I am working on a POC where i need to capture the pages(standard and vf pages) that are frequently using by an community user.

i am thinking the approach would be google analytics but i don't know it works or not.

it would be very helpful if you could suggest me the solution fot it

Thanks, Raghav.

  • I think that you can get this functionality from reports and dashboards. – ChristianJuul Oct 16 '18 at 12:08

You can do this with google analytics, which allows you to track page views.

Documentation link

To do this you need a Google Analytics account and then to add the Analytics Id to the Community using the Community Builder.

The Community Search Basics trailhead module includes getting started with Google Analytics.

To report on this in Salesforce you need the Google Analytics for Salesforce Communities package on the Google Analytics Gallery.


I think that this might help you https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=networks_reporting_dashboards_package.htm&type=0

Along with google analytics, you simply add the google analytics trackingId https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=community_builder_google_id.htm&type=5

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