I have added some users to one of my docs but I am not sure if they have actually logged in and/or started to familiarise themselves with the doc.
I only know of one user because I was logged in at the same time. She is also the only one how is registered with her full name not just the email address.
Is there a way to see general activity in a doc or can I only see activity per table row?
I don’t know if this is possible as a function within coda that would already exist.
One trick would be to give the link of a special « welcome dashboard » page in your doc to all your user, and to have several buttons in that dashboard for theme to navigate in the doc. Those button will send your user to the good page but ALSO fill a table with now() and the current logged user. Then you can track this table to check every button push…
That requires your user to know this procedure because if they use the side panel you won’t have the information…
Or you can hide the other page that would be accessible ONLY with your main dashboard.
@Quentin_Morel, my friend!
I expected that you would chime in on this as well. Since there does not seem to be a proprietary solution for this I like your suggestion, especially since the users in my case are completely new to Coda.
And here you go, your user will navigate to the page, and you get your secret logged fill, with the tracking of their action. If your hide all your pages except for the main welcome dashboard, it will also work, preventing your user to access directly to the pages without tracking them.