Since PocketQuery 3.3.0 you can find the option to "Enable PocketQuery usage statistics" in your global PocketQuery configuration. When activated, PocketQuery will record some meta data each time a PocketQuery macro is executed.
This data is stored within your Confluence database in a new table (using the "Active Objects" mechanism) - which means, that you can use PocketQuery itself to further analyze and visualize this data! The following pages will demonstrate you how to do that.
Using this data there are many interesting things you can do. Have a look at the examples that we created for you:
- Prerequisites / Basic Set-up
- Examine Table Content
- Most recently viewed macro
- Query Info
- Views over time
- Top Queries