Good afternoon, I am relatively new to the Confluence world but have a good understanding about wiki page development etc.
My question is this,
I have inserted a view tracker Macro, which counts the number of users that have visited my page. This gives me a good idea of visit numbers from a rolling 90 days etc.
What I would like though is a tracker that tracks the number of visits to individual pages and who has visited them.
I also want the ability to set a start date, rather than using a rolling number of days as the tracker.
These plugins referenced above are not available on OnDemand - so that and this response is for Download versions of Confluence only, at current.
There are some pluging that you can use.
Check those pluging out:
Also you can tweak the Goggle analytics report but it doesn't give you who accessed what.
Some pluging may not be available for the version that you are on.
I hope this helps.
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