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Identify most active Confluence users


I'd like to know which users are most active on our Confluence install.

What is the best way to do that?

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Hello @Niek Neuij,

What do you mean with most active?
If it is active according to the number of contributions, you could use the Contributors macro which shows the number of times each user made a contribution. 

Best regards,

Thanks @Caroline Herzig, yes, the number of contributions.

However, the contributions macro only displays per page or space. I want something that shows the top contributions for the whole of our Confluence installation. You know some way to do that?

Like Anh Tran likes this

Never mind, I put \@all for "Space name", and it worked smile

Like IT Infrastruktur likes this

Would you write this as an answer and accept that?

Tom Crespi Community Leader Apr 17, 2018

@Niek Neuij's solution didn't work for me.  I placed \@all in the Spaces field in the Contributors macro and nothing came up.   What am I missing?

Don't include the backslash. @Niek Neuij probably included because the comments will autocomplete with persons in this question.

I added my own answer hoping it will help others.

karen kim I'm New Here Sep 30, 2020

Hi @kbettin / @Tom I've just tried to put @all in the Spaces field, but getting the following error message.  It seems that I can only insert the macro from a page level and not all space... Do you mind sharing a screen shot of your 'Contributors Summary' macro? 

Error rendering macro 'contributors-summary' : There was an illegal request passed to S&S Content Search API : HTTP/1.1 400

To show contributors for all Spaces in a Confluence instance using the Contributors macro, input @all in the Space(s) field.

Tom Crespi Community Leader Apr 17, 2018

Ah ha! That did it. Thanks @Kevin O'Brien.

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