Just a quick questions is there any Macros that will display the "most clicked" or most viewed pages on Confluence ? i have had a search for them, however the only ones i can find restrict performance of Confluence itself.
It's not a macro, but you can view "Most Popular Content" in the Space Admin > Activity section of a space to see which pages of that space are most popular.
There is the Viewtracker Plugin, but it displays data on a particular page or blog, it doesn't compare pages to display popularity.
Hopefully someone else answers with what you are looking for, but maybe one of those would assist you in the meantime? :)
Hi Natalie Hobson, of course you are able to create such an overview with the Viewtracker (not only on the page /blogpost ).
You can use the Space reports: http://bitvoodoo.ch/plugins/confluence-viewtracker-plugin.html#space-usage-reports
Oh, thanks Oliver! My instance doesn't have the Reporting Plugin that you speak of installed, so I wasn't aware of that. The functionality is a lot like the activity section of Space Admin, however (although the graphs shown in the screenshot you provided look nicer). :)
please take a look at our app Favorite Pages. This app continuously your page visits and display the list of top visited pages. You can set hotkeys for their quick access from any place in Confluence. Additionally it shows the list of pages saved for later. So you can instantly transition to their editing without any additional browsing through spaces.
Vadim Rutkevich [StiltSoft]
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