reporting on user traffic and logins


My group is building a product manual with Confluence and our customers will, of course, have access to this. We would like to be able to track how much traffic each page gets, as well as who's logging in and using the provided resources and who isn't. I've been tasked with finding out if this is possible and what the best way to do it is. I know there's a couple plugins for reporting, but I'd like to get a better idea of which method would be best before we go testing plugins out. It's pretty important that we be able to do this with ease, and out of sight of the customers.



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You might have a look at the Usage Tracking plugin:



There's a great little macro in the following post for listing last login date/time for all users. Will also indicate clearly who hadn't logged in yet.

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