Tracking page views on Scroll Viewport managed sites with Archiving Plugin

We at Midori put a lot of effort into making our apps compatible with other widely used apps, in order to create even more value from these integrations to the end-user. In the case of Archiving Plugin, it means being compatible with all popular theming apps.

Thanks to the effective help of our partners at K15t, now a slightly different kind of app, Scroll Viewport is also compatible with Archiving Plugin.

Archiving Plugin integrates with Scroll Viewport for Confluence

For the uninitiated: Scroll Viewport is a Confluence (Data Center compatible) app, which lets you convert your Confluence pages and blog posts into custom websites. It gives great control over the output and also allows the use of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Tracking page views is one of the most important and most popular features of Archiving Plugin. That’s also the case for Scroll Viewport users: they would like to see the "last view date" getting refreshed for the originating Confluence page every time when the exported page is visited!

In turn, you can see the popularity of the page’s content at the Confluence side, even after being exported.

If your organization is an avid user of both Scroll Viewport and Archiving Plugin for Confluence, you can now make the two work together. In this knowledge base article, the good people at K15t give a step by step explanation of how you can integrate the two functionalities.

Many thanks for the K15t team for detailing this Archiving Plugin - Scroll Viewport integration!

Implement page view tracking on Scroll Viewport sites


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