Queue Item Process Count Best practices

What are the best practices to keep track of how many times a queue Item has been postponed?

Our business logic for a project is the following:
1)pull queue item
2)check status
3a)postpone the process if status check meets certain criteria
3b)label Item as Success if status check meets other criteria
4) Keep track of how many times the queue Item was postponed.

In other words, we want statistics at the queueItem level for how many times a robot had to process it before we got the status we needed.

This feels like something that could be done through the Output Data or Analytics data sections, but the only way to get to those through an activity is using Set Transaction Status which also requires setting it to Success/Failed

Through the Orchestrator API, the put request QueueItems{key} ->Put → Model only shows access to SpecificContent. While i can put this info there, it seems more intuitive to be putting this in the other two fields (Output/Analytics)

Anyone else have this issue and is my only realistic option to track this info in the SpecificContent?

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