Is there a way to see the number of page views?

This would help us determine which pages are being used the most.

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Nic's right about the access logs but there's an easy workaround which we use.

The "popular Content" macro (which is definitely part of Confluence Cloud) allows you to identify the most popular pages in your spaces - or across the whole site. There are a few options, such as timeframe, number of pages to report on etc. We use it in my organisation and we find it very useful. Just create a page with the popular content macro, and restrict it so that normal wiki users can't see it. 

Just a thought - it *might* rely on the space activity plugin, which is disabled by default. We raised a support call with Atlassian to get them to enable the space activity plugin. Certainly haven't noticed any performance hit since it was enabled.

I'd like to try out the Popular Content macro, but I don't see it in the full macro list. How can I find it?

You may need to raise a support request and ask Atlassian to activate the space activity plugin. See

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Not on Cloud - you can't add the addons you need to be able to do it internally, or get to the access logs to analyse them

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