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I am creating a private Google site page for a university project, and only my project's teammates can access the site. (of course) But I want to make sure that everyone participates by coming to the site. Is it possible to check whether your private members access the site or not?

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There's no automatic logging of the specific users that visit your site. You can, however, get general metrics from Google Analytics. If you need to know whether people visit a page, you could try requesting an action by all users which is logged. For example, they could comment on the page or submit a form.

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