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Hi Everyone,


I would like to track activity of specific user for last 3 months.

1, what all spaces and pages the user has accessed,

2, what are the attachments the specific user has downloaded

3, what are pages or spaces are created or deleted by a specific user


our confluence is hosted on windows server and DB is MYSQL

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Confluence has analytic capabilities, but does not track individuals directly.

If you have been using Confluence behind a proxy, that may have activity logs which can tell you where they looked at (but did not edit) pages and attachments.

But in general, you can't do this unless you've set up user tracking of some sort (which needs their consent to do in some places)

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