There is a profile configuration that will track all the clicks of all the users but should be used sparingly since it can introduce a huge amount of contention in the database due to all the additional inserts this will cause. In desktop applications this is set in the .ini file with profile=TRUE, in the web application this kind of usage control is better achieved by external container monitoring like IIS logs.
The more common need is to monitor a specific set of critical user functions, and that can be achieved with the logbook pattern. You can specify an Id for the menu entries you wish to monitor and set that Id in the "logbook" property:
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