And i was wondering if it is possible to track which users/ email address's blog posts where shared with.
I can only see the first user or email address the blog post was shared with (on the blog post email received in outlook when a page is shared with a user) and I cannot find any of this information in the Tool > Info section of the blog post.
Any ideas where this information is logged?
AppFusions' Mixpanel Engagement Analytics for Confluence allows you to track all activity in Confluence and displays/ reports it within Confluence.
This doesn't so much let you track which emails a blogpost/page has been shared with, but lets you know exactly who has seen the blogpost and when. It's also real-time, so you know whats happening instantly.
I've put ademo on YouTube - take a look: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Enx3VJQb_xc
I don't think this information is stored in the database unfortunately. You can audit Confluence by enabling user access logging as described in https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF41/How+to+audit+Confluence+-+enabling+user+access+logging, but I'm not entirely sure if it will track down which users/ email address's blog posts where shared with, you can give it a try and see how it goes. :)
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