How do I track per-user views in Confluence Cloud?

My boss would like to know which users have looked at specific pages.

There appear to be lots of plug-ins for doing this in JIRA server, but nothing that works with JIRA Cloud.

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/ch.bitvoodoo.confluence.plugins.viewtracker/server/overview

 

Is there any way to do this?

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The most similar thing to what you have described is Who's looking for JIRA Cloud, but just shows the list of users who are looking at the issue at the time you are looking into the issue.

Hope it helps.

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