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Viewtracker Content & Usage Report On-Premise
Viewtracker on-premise customers have a powerful new report at their fingertips: The Content & Usage…Oct 17, 2022
We’re excited to introduce a new feature in Viewtracker, our analytics tool for Atlassian Confluence. After the Cloud release, we’ve incorporated the Confluence URL Report for Viewtracker Data Center. Let’s explore this feature together!
We’d like to present to you the Confluence URL Reports. This feature digs deep into the analytics of Confluence components. From the Dashboard, Space Directory, to the Calendar and People Search, we’ve got you covered. Not only can you monitor those standard Confluence elements, but you can also see visits to specific profiles, spaces or calendars. And if there’s a URL we haven’t covered yet? The “URL to track” function explained below ensures easy addition.
The Confluence URL Reports consist of default tracking URLs we’ve already set up for you and only need activation. This includes “All User Profiles”, “Blog Overview” for each Space, “Dashboard” and more. In the past, none of these overviews were trackable by any tool.
At any time, an administrator can choose which components to track. Users can also access a full URL report that contains detailed information: A graph of views over time, the viewer’s username and the timestamp of each view.
In addition, you can export the report’s data to a CSV file, making it simple to incorporate this information into your broader data analysis processes. For each piece of content you track, you can share its report via the designated share button. There’s also an option to limit access to these shared reports.
🎉 At the outset, we support two apps by other Marketplace vendors in Viewtracker Data Center.
We will work on including more and more 3rd-party app content. Should you wish for us to integrate an additional app, please let our app support know.
If you want to track any other Confluence content with a distinct URL, click the “+ URL to track” button. This will show you a form where you can enter the link of any Confluence content you want to keep an eye on.
Our latest feature allows you to track content that previously couldn’t be tracked by any analytics tool. The detailed analytics will help you determine its relevance. Our documentation will guide you through the URL tracking.
Thank you for your support and feedback as we improve Viewtracker. We’re excited to hear how these updates improve your Confluence experience. More improvements are coming soon. Enjoy analyzing! 📈
Last updated on October 12, 2023