Currently the only options to allow review of content analytics is to assign a Group or individual the Role of Author. This has two secondary effects:
- Authors have the ability to view analytics on content and draw conclusions about the content.
- Depending on whether the knowledge management methodology in practice focuses on activities rather than behaviors, access to action-level analytics can potentially bias the understanding of content value and / or activities within the knowledge ecosystem.
- Analysts working to understand and report on content have the potential to influence metrics such as viewed, copied, etc.
- Depending on whether users with analytics access are supposed to be contributing to the knowledge ecosystem and how careful they are when taking actions within the knowledge base (ex. reviewing content for quality / copying card links) this may or may not introduce bias to the analytics data.