What the Space Report does for you
- See the total number of views, likes, edits etc. of this space.
- See the number of attachments of this space and their number of views.
- Grant a specific group access to the Space Report.
- Filter the data by source (desktop, mobile, Jira Service Management etc.) and by content type (page, blog post).
- Filter the data with the additional CQL filter.
- Determine the most popular (most viewed) content in your space.
- Determine the most active users (with most visits) in your space (depending on your privacy settings).
Accessing the Space Report via Analytics Cockpit
You can access the space report by navigating to a specific space and choosing Space Tools → Analytics Cockpit.
The Space Report contains the following sections:
- Tab "Content" (default):
- A graph displaying the number of views, edits and creates
- Analytics on the number of likes, blog post views, etc. These can be filtered (see below).
- Table with sections "Viewed content" and "Viewers"
- Tab "Attachments":
- A graph displaying the number of attachment views
- Table with the list of attachments in this space and the number of their views.
- Tab "Settings": settings to disable tracking and grant access to the report (see below).
- Tab "Support": How to create a Support Zip
If you want to see all the data of your Confluence instance (access right provided), access the Global Report.
Granting access to the Space Report
You can grant access to the Space Report for users without space administrator rights. This is a new feature since version 7.
- Click on Space Tools → Analytics Cockpit → Settings.
- In the field "Report Access", start typing the name of a Confluence user group. The group will be saved automatically.
- Members of the selected group can now access the Space Report by clicking on Space Tools → Analytics Cockpit. They can, however, not access the settings.
- If you need more than one user group to see the Space Report, you can use the Space Analytics Macro anywhere you like. However, this macro only shows the graph without the table "Viewed content" and "Viewers".
- If you want to grant users access to the Global Report instead, read the Global Report documentation.
Filtering the Content Space Report
If you are interested in specific sources or other metrics, you can use the pre-defined filters:
- Filter by source, see Source Tracking
- Filter by content type (page vs. blog post)
As of Viewtracker version 6, you can also enter your own filter, based on CQL.
Just click on the "Filters" button and enter a valid CQL query. You can read all about advanced searching using CQL on Atlassian's documentation.
Example: Filter for pages carrying the label "meeting-notes".
Info on CQL Filter
- To avoid performance problems, the CQL filter will only work for a maximum of 10 000 results.
- The filter(s) will be present in the Data Export as well.