The auditing options in the QMC allow you to do this. With v11 Auditing can be enabled for individual documents.
The Audit Logs can then be loaded into QlikView to allow you to analyse the user activity.
There are more details in the server reference manual
Hi Kevin, I assume you use QMC and publish documents to AccessPoints. If yes, you can enable Audit logs in QMC (it is off by default) and then build another QlikView app (QVW) to actually read audit logs generated by QlikView server. you will be able to identify users by their user account id (windows login) and you will see events there for pretty much every click they make - like switiching tabs, making selections etc.
You can take a look at prebuilt QlikView Governance dashboard as mentioned above but I personally found it too complex and confusing so I built my own small app to read audit logs.
Another type of log files you might be interested is session log. That log will tell you how much time users actually spend on Qlikview server - my cllient was impressed by a metric I was able to build using this data.
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