|NotesTracker can be used in all sorts of ways and provides all sorts of benefits such as:|
Generate comprehensive document history trails
Creates, Reads, Updates, and Deletes of individual documents, as well as document pastes and mail-ins.
Analyze all the active users of your Notes databases
View contributing users (those who create / update content) vs those who are only viewing content.
Field audit trails
Determine who made what changes to individual field values in each document.
Discover what sort of document content is most popular, or "hottest"
You can see the percentage usage of each document in your database.
Determine which documents have low usage rates and thus are good candidates to be archived or purged.
NotesTracker can be applied to any sort of database, but one popular application is the tracking of activities occurring in users' Notes Mail databases – typically for compliance, data secrecy or privacy reasons (e.g., when a user's mail is delegated to any other person).
When and where did it happen
Examine the date, time and server for each "hit" if needed, once a database's design has been enhanced by adding NotesTracker to it.
Identify usage patterns and trends
Over a period of hours, days, weeks, months or years, in easily-understood categorized Notes views. Equally valid for Web-based Domino applications or Notes Client access.
Determine detailed user navigation patterns
How and when each user shifts from document to document, and database to database.
Application performance effects
Are specific document actions (such as updates) contributing most to Domino server loading?
Track "special" documents
You can designate some documents as being particularly interesting and/or important for some reason.
Get notified via e-mail as soon as documents are updated, deleted, and so on (even when certain fields that you select are updated), or as soon as a document that you nominate as "special" is used.
Track "generic" events
You can track events such as button clicks and otherwise untrackable application actions with minimal application design changes.