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Hi, we want to upload a video, and want the whole team to watch it. We would like to check, who already watched the video, and who is still missing.
There is a paid plug-in that will let you do view tracking system wide:
The other route that is a bit more complicated: google analytics
As @Bill Bailey said (thank you!), our app Viewtracker is able to track the usage of Confluence. On Server and Data Center Viewtracker even tracks attachment views separately from page views.
If you don't need to track page views and just attachments (such as videos) we also offer this functionality standalone in Attachment Tracking for Confluence
By the way, if you are using Confluence Cloud, we are evaluating whether we will also offer this as a dedicated app for the Cloud.
When you say watched a video, this becomes a question of what time of video?
If the video is embedded from say YouTube or Vimeo, then you cannot add event listeners because they are embedded from elsewhere.
So here's the rub. In Confluence Cloud, developers have no access to the DOM to add event listeners to the page, so none of this can be done.
In Confluence Server/DC, adding event listeners are possible, so you can start monitoring all kinds of interactions.