@anonymous-piwik-user opened this Issue on August 3rd 2010

Since content is king, I want to propose a feature that allows me to track content that is copied off my sites. It has been done before (see [http://www.tynt.com]), but I still think it would be a very nifty feature for piwik.

Sadly, I am not a developer, only a web controlling guy. But I would guess that this is something that would need to be done in Core, not as a plugin. But that you know better :-)
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@robocoder commented on August 3rd 2010 Contributor

This just requires client (browser) code to call the JavaScript tracking API.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on February 24th 2012

It seems to me the original reply to this ticket referred to enabling tynt.com's services to be tracked within Piwik. However, I think the original ticket's language suggests it is indeed a feature request to track copy + paste within piwik itself. This could be a hefty extension and out of scope, but thought it was worth thinking about again because I would love this feature and tynt has absolutely no competitors, especially no open source ones. It may be the case that a new entire project is required for this issue.

This Issue was closed on February 24th 2012
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