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How to the view count of a page in confluence using Rest Api?

I want to get the details of how many views of my page using Rest Api, is this possible?

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Darryl Lee Community Leader Nov 15, 2021

Huh, it looks like there is an API for analytics, even for the Free plan (I just tested on my free test site): Confluence Analytics APIs 

These are the two endpoints available:

GET /wiki/rest/api/analytics/content/{contentId}/views

Get the total number of views a piece of content has.

GET /wiki/rest/api/analytics/content/{contentId}/viewers

Get the total number of distinct viewers a piece of content has.


Because my first search found this, I'll in include this info about paid options: 

This bug (CONFCLOUD-67453 ) notes that there is not an API for the Analytics for Confluence Cloud feature that is  available for Premium and Enterprise Plans:

Lastly, there are two paid add-ons for Confluence Cloud, one of which advertises that raw data can be exported via a REST API:

The other add-on does not mention any API access:

@Darryl LeeDoes this work for both Confluence Cloud and Confluence Server?  Are there even separate APIs for Cloud vs Server? Thanks!

Darryl Lee Community Leader Dec 13, 2022

Hi @Brandon Valley --

It looks like Analytics, including Page Views were added to Confluence Data Center (not Server) in version 7.11.

(This was I assume a result of the acquisition of Good Software, who made a popular Analytics add-on for Confluence.)

This is not available in Confluence Server.

Furthermore, I do not see any information about this data being available in the official Confluence (On-Prem) REST API documentation.

Interestingly, I found this a bug about some undocumented Analytics APIs: CONFSERVER-76071 

And this KB article includes some possible full paths you might poke around with:

I tried this on our Server instance:


And got:

"error": {
"reason": "InvalidAddonLicense",
"message": "Add-on license is not valid."

Which makes sense, since we had never purchased the Good add-on.

I think many (frugal) users have long relied on Old Street Software's free Page View Tracker, which does not have an API that I am aware of, but does offer a CSV export and some SQL queries that you could run as well.

Hello @BAVITHRA R  and @Brandon Valle 

Our app Viewtracker - Analytics for Confluence is available for all hosting types and plans and comes with an API (on-premise / cloud).

Best regards


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