Views: The accumulated visits of a specific report in the selected date range. Tap the bar chart icon in the “Report” column for a detailed view.
Viewers: The Confluence users that accessed a specific Confluence component in the selected date range.
Status: Tracking all the specific Confluence reports is disabled by default. An administrator or a user with the necessary permission can use the toggle in the “Status” column to activate tracking for a specific report.
Report: Tapping the bar chart icon will open a detailed view of the selected report. Details see below .
If you are looking for a specific report not covered in this overview, please tap the “+ URL to track” button and tell us about your requirement in the contact form. We will expand the URL tracking according to customer needs.
Specific Report: Detailed view
Tapping the bar chart icon will open a separate report of the specific Confluence URL. It contains the following:
Graph with views and viewers in the selected date range. The graph can be grouped by days, weeks, months, or years.
Table “views” with “all views in the selected date range” and “Viewers”
Table “viewers” (expandable) with the individual viewers, sorted by the number of views and the last view date.
Export option of this particular report (see below )
It can take up to 1 minute before views are displayed in the report.
It's impossible to track anonymous users accessing specific components via URLs. This is due to technical restrictions.
You can switch between the reports by selecting a different report in the drop-down menu.
You can also use the “← Go Back” button to access the URL report overview again.
Drop-down to switch between specific reports
Saving and sharing reports
Once you’ve changed the report's date range, the report’s URL will adapt with parameters like ?dateValue=this.week.
This is useful for the following reasons:
You can copy and share the URL with other administrators.
You can save the URL on a Confluence page or in your bookmarks to access a customized report quickly.
You can export the data of each of the reports as a CSV file: Either as a list of each individual view or the aggregated views per user as listed in the report. The aggregated data export is only available if the privacy setting allows Viewtracker to track and list individual users.
The individual view export contains: "Account Id", "Date and Time"
The aggregated view export contains: "Account Id", "Views", "Last Viewed"
Are you looking for a specific report not covered in the list, perhaps to track 3rd-party app content? Please tap the “+ URL to track” button and tell us about your requirements in the contact form. We will expand the URL tracking according to customer needs and by collaborating with other app vendors.