What is the best way to track scroll depth on a Confluence page?

We currently use Woopra which allows us to see analytics per page by user.

As our pages are getting longer, we are wanting to track scroll depth and jumps to anchors.  What is the best way to do that? 

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Maybe using the Google Analytic's  for Confluence plugin (which is paid add on), besides that I don't recall a way to extract that kind of statistic sad.

Good luck buddy.
Thanks and Regards,
Lavitz - the guy that uses Confluence on Windows as a Hobby!

 

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