Is there a plugin for tracking how many people visit my confluence page?

Hi,

I am using confluence 3.5.9. I was wondering if a plugin was available for tracking the number of people visiting my confluence page. Something similar to the view count you find on youtube. Any solutions? plz help!

Thanks!

3 answers

Hi Avinash,

Many customers find that the Google Analytics plugin is very good for this purpose, so that is what I would suggest you try first: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/me.davidsimpson.confluence.plugins.googleanalytics

All the best,
John

Hi,

You can use this plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/271

or if you already have the Scaffolding plugin installed you can use the tracking-info macro: http://wiki.customware.net/repository/display/AtlassianPlugins/tracking-info

Hope it helps

Laurent

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You can also enable the user access logging: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF41/How+to+audit+Confluence+-+enabling+user+access+logging

It won't show exactly how many users have accessed your instance, but it will generate a basic log indicating which users are accessing which pages in Confluence.

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