Google Analytics for Atlassian Confluence®Supports Confluence 3.5 - 5.X
Plug and play integration. Light configuration required.
Install the Integration Plugin and License
- Download the AppFusions add-on from Downloads and Notes.
- Go to your Confluence admin panel.
- Click on "Manage Add-Ons" in left menu.
- In upper-right, click on "Upload add-on".
- In the Upload Add-on dialog, select the downloaded add-on file to be uploaded to Confluence.
- Click on "Google Analytics for Confluence" in the AppFusions Add-Ons left panel.
- Copy in your AppFusions provided license - no white spaces.
- Request a license from here, if you do not already have one.
Information that the Plugin Accesses
The Analytics Plugin uses the Google Analytics API to query the following reports
- Top Content
- Depth of Visit
- Internal Search
- Browser and OS
- Browser Version
- Screen Resolution
- All Traffic Sources
- Search Engine Keywords
None of this data is stored locally or cached. It is retrieved each time from Google Analytics using the API
Storing Google Analytics login credentials
The plugin does not store your Google credentials within Confluence. Previous versions up to 3.x did store credentials within the
BANDANA table in the Confluence database.
From version 4.0 the plugin uses a token based system using OAuth 2 to authorize access to Google Analytics. The access can be revoked at any time from the plugin configuration screen.
Who can see the analytics reports?
This is entirely up to you. Use Confluence page level restrictions to restrict viewing permissions for the page. Or allow all users. You can decide.
Must provide a page that clearly describes what Google Analytics data your application accesses, how it's used and, who has access to that data.
Compliance with Google Analytics Terms of Service
Google Analytics for Confluence is fully compliant with Google Analytics Terms of Service. Of particular note is section 7:
You will not (and will not allow any third party to) use the Service to track, collect or upload any data that personally identifies an individual (such as a name, email address or billing information), or other data which can be reasonably linked to such information by Google.
This plugin does not store the user's name, email address or any other information which can be linked back to the user. Instead, a universally unique identifier is passed to Google Analytics for each user.
Configuration Steps - Video
Archival Setup Information
- How do I track search terms used within a space?
- What does the Google Analytics External macro do? How can I use it?