I was wondering if it was possible to tell whether or not all the pages in a wiki space are included in the Google Analytics pageview stats. I've been searching around the internet to try and find the answer, but have had no luck. Does anyone know the answer, or where I might be able to find the answer? I've been searching through the Atlassian forums, but haven't been able to find anything so far.
As far as I know Google Analytics does not read the content of your Confluence wiki pages, and honestly I'm not sure if is possible to tell which pages are included.
However, I guess using this following pluging:
and checking this documentation might help you to achieve your goal:
Cristina, I'm guessing you're asking this because you have not added GA to your Confluence pages yet? Are you using OnDemand or standalone Confluence?
If the former, I don't know if you can add GA.
For the latter, you can add the GA-generated code to the HEAD section of all pages on Confluence. You do this by going to the Admin, clicking Custom HTML, and clicking Edit. Then add the GA code to the section labelled "At end of the HEAD".
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