I like that I can enter someone's name in the Content CMR report and see how much content they have created. However, I submit that comments are valid content, too. I'd like those to be added as a content type. Similarly, posts in discussions should count, too. I would not mind if comments and responses in discussions were lumped together -- both are responses to someone else's content, but they are content that person has created, too.
I agree, not just from an analytics perspective, but also because our end users view comments as their content. There are often terrific exchanges made as comments on an idea, document, blog etc. They count!
Yes, Karl. I noticed this omission as I am working on a leaderboard for all of our senior executives. Some are prolific commenters and it truly adds value, as they can guide their teams, ask questions to get them on track, etc. So I wanted to include that activity, too.
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