The simplest way to track page views in Confluence
The simplest way to track page views in Confluence
Use the Viewtracker macro to track page views, gaining valuable insight into visitor behaviour. Makes it easy to see which text is appreciated by your colleagues!
Use the Viewtracker macro to display specific details of who visited the page, when, and how many times.
You can use the Global or Space specific built in reporting to analyze your tracked data.
A big part of Viewtracker has been rewritten for the new 4.0 release. Update now and enjoy much better performance, especially on large Confluence instances!
The Viewtracker add-on provides more information than just counting page hits. It provides important user behaviour details, of who has viewed which Confluence pages, and how often the page has been visited. By knowing which pages attract the most attention, users can better focus their writing and page content to meet the interests of colleagues.
- track page views
- display user trends
- list recently viewed pages
- Global or Space specific built in reporting.
- filter by spaces, devices and content type
- take a look into different time ranges and how your content performed over time
- compare spaces based on their views
- see which content is the best or worst performing content in your instance (based on views)
Also give it a try in combination with the bitvoodoo Enterprise Theme.
We a sorry to loose you as our customer. Because we know that changing into a paid mode is a big change we sent a mail to all our customers by the mail given at the one klick registration of the Viewtracker. This mail contained a promocode for 50% discount and next to this we informed all about that change in our documentation.
I'm sorry that you haven't seen one of these notifications.
Thank you for the feedback. The add-on itself is marked as data center because the Reporting functionality is an optional feature you could use if you bought the Service Rocket Reporting add-on. The 2 bundled add-ons are just libraries to make this work.
The normal features of the viewtracker are data center compatible and the add-on is full functional without this external reporting possibility.
If you have more questions - just contact us at email@example.com
Hi BalvantThank you for that review. The purpose of the Viewtracker is at the moment to track views only. At the moment we have no plans to add such features like edit tracking, last edit. If you see potential for such features in the Viewtracker, you are very welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsored development.
Thank you Oli
Thank you for that kind words. Yes you are right, if you are using the Viewtracker a while and you need to migrated over millions of tracked views the upgrade task of our add-on from version 3 or 4 to the new data structure in version 5 is running maybe very long because of heavy database interactions.
Thank you again
Not the amount of content is that important, more how many views are tracked. we tested it with over 20Mio tracked views.
If you have more questions, just contact our official support channel http://support.bitvoodoo.ch
Thank you :) We are happy to help!
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Version 5.2.2 • Confluence Server 6.0.1 - 6.9.0 • Released 2018-04-30
- Space selection doesn't filter top active users/contents
- Possible Nullpointer during migration
- Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
- Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
- Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
- Locate Viewtracker via search. The appropriate app version appears in the search results.
- Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Viewtracker. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Viewtracker begins to download.
- Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
- Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Confluence instance.
To find older Viewtracker versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.