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How to Export Viewtracker Data

There are three ways to export the data Viewtracker collected. Either via built in CSV export, REST API or by SQL.

If you are looking for the documentation on exporting Viewtracker configuration information please see here.

CSV Export 

You are able to export the views from the current filter in the global or the space reporting.

Global Report

 → General Configuration → Viewtracker → Report → More → CSV

Space Report

Space → Space Tools → Viewtracker → Report → More → CSV

The CSV export contains following data:

Visit ID


Full Name

Content ID

Content Title

Content Type

Device Type

Space Key

Space Name

Visit Date


ID of the view itself

Username of the user who made the view

Anonymous if Extended privacy is enabled

Full name of the user

Anonymous if Extended privacy is enabled

ID of the viewed page or blog postTitle of the page or blog postType of the viewed content, i.e. blog postDevice the view was made through, i.e. desktop or mobile appSpace key of the space the content is located inName of the spaceDate the view was made onDate and time the view was made in as UNIX timestamp

This feature was introduced in Viewtracker 5.3.3 and is not available in earlier versions.


An advanced option, mostly interesting to integrate Viewtracker with other applications, is the Viewtracker - REST Reporting API.


The third option to export data gathered by Viewtracker is to utilize the table inside the Confluence database via SQL.
To learn about the Viewtracker table please refer to Viewtracker Datastructure.