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Gain valuable insight into who is visiting your Confluence pages. The Viewtracker macro provides more information than just counting page hits. It provides important user behaviour details: Who has viewed the current Confluence page, and how often has the page has been visited? The info is displayed in a collapsed version that can be opened by clicking on the arrow sign.
Use the Viewtracker macro to track page views per users if Auto Tracking is disabled.
|Name||Description||Type||This is a required field||Default||Values|
|Hide||Allows you to hide the tracked results||boolean||false|
|Expandable||Enables the expansion of the list. If the Extended Privacy Mode is activated or the data is hidden from the user, the Viewtracker macro is not expandable.||boolean||true|
|Render User Names||Enables the creation of links to user profile pages in the list. Disable for better performance.||boolean||true|
|Sort||Sorts the list by date or name||enum||date||date, name|
|Time frame||Specifies the time frame for displaying the tracked data. The time frame can either be a specific date or the number of days (for example: 12would display all elements tracked in the last twelve days). By default, all tracked elements are displayed.||string|
|Date format||Define the format of the date specified in timeframe if it is in a different format than the default Confluence format (defined in the formatting/international settings). Specify a format that matches the simple date format.||string|
Simply place the Viewtracker macro on a Confluence page or blog post and your counter is ready to go:
Only display views tracked in the last 10 days:
Only display views tracked after 01/01/2000 (if MM/dd/yyyy is your default format in Confluence):
or to specify it in a different format: