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By default, Bot Commits are filtered, however, you can include the filter value by navigating to the filter section of dashboard. For details, see Add and Manage Data Filters.
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The Confluence dashboard is available from the Documentation drop-down list, and represents a set of metrics that shows information about confluence pages.

Overview

Overview shows information about Confluence documentation reviews, including editions, revisions, editors, organizations, and projects.
Filter lets you filter the dashboard data by author name and organization name. Select values from the respective drop-down lists, and click Apply changes to filter the dashboard as per selection.
Summary shows the total number of Pages, Comments, and Editors.
Top Edited Pages shows a table that lets you sort values by Page, URL, Editions, and Editors. Click + Info to open the corresponding page.
Activity shows a stacked bar graph that represents the number of New Pages, Page Edits, and Blog Posts for the project over time. Mouse over a color in the graph to see the total number of new pages, page edits, and blog posts for a date.
Editors Per Day shows a bar graph that represents the number of editors for the project over time. Mouse over a color in the graph to see the total number of editors for a date.
Top Editors shows a table that lets you sort values by Editor, Page Edits, New Pages, Comments, Blog Posts, Attachments, and Last Action Date.
Last Actions shows a table that lets you sort values by Summary, URL, Action Type, and Action Date. Click + Info to open the corresponding page.
Last Created Pages shows a table that lets you sort values by Last Created Page, URL, Creation Date, and Editions. Click + Info to open the corresponding page.
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