These are all metrics that are available in Usage Statistics for Confluence at the moment. If you have an idea for a metric that you can’t find here, let us know!

Metric Name

Description

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Number of pages

Displays the number of all non-archived pages in the current Confluence space.

Number of blog posts

Displays the number of all non-archived blog posts in the current Confluence space.

Number of attachments

Displays the number of all attachments attached to a page or a blog post in the current Confluence space.

Most recently edited pages

Displays the five pages that were last edited in the current Confluence space.

Dustiest pages

Displays the five pages that haven’t been edited for the longest time in the current Confluence space.

Latest comments

Displays an excerpt of the five latest comments in the current Confluence space, when they were created, by whom, and on what page.

Top contributors

Displays the five users that were the most involved in the creation and modification of pages and blog posts in the current space.

Attachment types

Displays a pie chart, showing the distribution of attachment types in the current space.

Tip: Hover your mouse over the graph to see more details.

Biggest attachments

Displays the 5 biggest attachments in the current space.

Note: This metric can only display the size of the current attachment version. You might have old attachment versions in your space that are different sizes from what this metric can display.

Content created in the last six months

Displays a bar chart. This chart shows the number of blog posts and pages created each month.

Tip: Hover your mouse over the graph to see more details.

Content growth over the last six months

Displays the overall content of pages and blog posts aggregated over the last six months. This allows you to see how fast your space has grown.

Tip: Hover your mouse over the graph to see more details.

Most used labels

Displays the five most used labels on pages and blog posts in the current confluence space. Labels of attachments are not considered.

Most active content

Displays the five pages (including blog posts) in the current Confluence space that received the biggest number of edits over their lifespan.

Most popular content

Displays the five pages (including blog posts) in the current Confluence space that have the biggest number of likes.