Is there a way to order links on a page based on how many times they have been clicked

Hey guys,

I have links on a page that I would like automatically ordered. The ordering should be based on which links are used/visited the most.

Does anyone know if this is possible on confluence?

Edit: I found the following macro that allows you to use the functionality with Macros. The order=rank configurable is what I want for the links.


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David Simpson Community Champion Oct 03, 2011

Your example shows the popularity of labels based on the number of pages in the system with that particular label.

Confluence does not store the popularity of pages within the system, for that you'd need some kind of analytics package.

The Google Analytics Reporting for Confluence plugin contains a "Top Content" macro which lists the most popular page views in the space in the last week see here for a demo:

If the "Top Content" macro is not quite suitable, we could look at enhancing the plugin.

Disclaimer: I'm the plugin author :)

Thanks for the help David. I will take a look and post back soon.

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