How to track individual access to pages?

We would like to both see the info on the page, as well as be able to create a report.

We used to use "viewtracker", but that seems to have died in confluence 3.5, and no longer available through the Marketplace. In addition, I do not believe one could get any reports on it.

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David Simpson Community Champion Jun 01, 2012

Repeating this answer, you could consider the Confluence User Engagement plugin which AppFusions recently released on Atlassian Marketplace.

It tracks:

  • Create, read, update and delete (CRUD) events are captured for all content types
  • Supported content types: Spaces, pages, blogposts, attachments, comments
  • For each event additional data is linking the content to the space in which it belongs and the user performing the event

Additionally, user logins and search terms are tracked.

More details here:
https://www.appfusions.com/display/CONFENGAGE/Documentation

Here's an example screenshot:

Disclaimer: I am the author of the plugin.

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