Track website activity

Track website activity

StaffCop allows you to monitor what web sites were visited by an employee, as well as what web sites employee visits during this type of monitoring. This function stores web site’s URL, page title, time when web site was accessed, and user’s active time on a web site. Activity is tracked in all browsers, including: Internet Explorer, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Aggregated data is stored for further analysis. The technology, implemented by StaffCop to aggregate web site statistics, is different from technology used for browser history analysis. This way, employee cannot delete this information by deleting browser history.

  • Stores date, time, URL, tab title and browser application of web-site visiting events;
  • Tracks search queries in Google, DuckDuckGo,Yandex and YouTube;
  • Scheduled reports on websites visiting;
  • Block access to websites according to black or white lists;
  • Statistics on usage of websites by categories (e.g. entertainment portals, news, governmental).

Web-sites monitoring

Scheduled reports on web-sites activity

You can get a scheduled report on all web-sites visited for a day (week, month) to your e-mail. Each event from the list will contain details including duration of the visit and URL. If we consider enterprise-size usage, we can set separate reports for the head of each department containing the list of web-site activities only of the employees of the corresponding department.

Scheduled reports on web-sites activity

Take screenshots for specific web-sites

You can get aa list of screenshots related to a web-sites visiting to see the exact picture of employee activity there, in case URLs don't suffice (e.g. the webpages have been deleted). Moreover, we can get a specific web-site (or a group of websites on special monitoring) to take screenshot with a higher frequency when a user has it open. This can be usedful in case you have some corporate resourece with snsitive data (e.g. customers database).

Special monitoring for web-sites

Block access to websites

Block particular websites Allow only particular websites

Black list. Add domains or URLs of web-sites that will be blocked. In this example we blocked aceess to Facebook, Pornhub and Casino-online. All other web-sites can still be accessed.

White list. Add domains or URLs of web-sites that will be allowed. In this example, we allowed access to, Bitrix24 and Capterra. ALL other web-sites will be bloked. White lists are useful in case corporate policy allows working ONLY with a narrow range of web-sites.

Block particular websites Allow only particular websites

Track search queries

Do you want to know what your employees search for on the Web during their working day? Are they interested in getting answers on job-related issues or in the funny videos on youtube? You can understand this easily with StaffCop. First of all, we can get a piechart of search engines showing the amount of searches for each user. In the example below we see that a user named "serge terekhov" used DuckDuckGo 5 times. If we click it, we will see the list of events as shown below.

Pie chart on searh engines

If we choose an event from the list we will see the details of the search query including date, time, browser application, page title and URL.

List of search queries