See what matters: measure user engagement based on views, likes and comments
Plays nicely with other content
The PageScore macro can be inserted into pages among other content.
Several pre-defined formatting options are available. The result can be further styled using external CSS rules.
Can be used in excerpts to be displayed elsewhere
A quick visual scan makes decision-making easier by saving time and effort on reading pages with lesser user engagement.
Can be styled to your desires
The resulting gauge can be styled using provided parameters and external CSS to match the look of your pages.
What is PageScore?
PageScore automatically calculates a page metric for a page within Confluence to express the level of user engagement, based on the views, likes, and comments.
A macro is provided to illustrate the score as a colourful gauge, to easily indicate how "hot" a page is.
Why use it?
For Confluence spaces that are used for idea generation it is necessary to assess ideas based on the engagement of the audience. Most people do not have the time to go through every single page in order to make a decision, and rather just read pages that would only have relevance or importance in the decision-making process.
PageScore automatically calculates a score for audience engagement and provides means to visualise that. A quick visual scan makes decision-making easier by saving time and effort on reading pages with lesser user engagement.
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