Everyone loved data! Our reporting tools will help you track user engagement, progress, and certifications earned by the team. It’s important that you feel comfortable locating and using these!
1. Locate your report options at the top of your admin dashboard.
2. Choose the right report.
Each option serves a different purpose and it’s important to know which one you need.
Courses: Displays all of the courses that your users have started.
Certifications: Provides a bird’s eye view of how many certifications are being earned and uploaded throughout your organization.
Engagement: Details how many users are currently engaging with the platform, both at the organizational and individual level, along with lessons being completed .
Onboarding: Shows how many invited users have actually activated their accounts, started a course, and completed a course.
Reporting Groups: A cohort of users that you can define within the admin dashboard for tracking and reporting purposes. If you haven’t created any Reporting Groups yet, please take a look at this helpful article.
3. Organize and export.
There are different options you’ll see throughout the reports when available.
Summary vs. Individual Activity
The first item you may notice on some reports in the upper left corner is the option to organize based on an overview summary or individual user activity.
** Pro Tip: In the course engagement section, you will notice that you can see the individual exam and quiz results. A great way to see if individuals needs additional support. **
If you’d like to only see the data for a specific Reporting Group you’ve created, you can do so here. You’ll find this on the right hand side of the report next to the time frame option below.
When available, you will see this option on the right hand side of the report. Choosing the timeframe to report on allows you to present accurate data for only the amount of time you need. You wouldn’t want 6 months of data if you’re only discussing the last quarter!
Exporting your Final Data Set
Anytime you see this button on the right of your reports, you have the option to export your desired data into a CSV file for further drilling down on your side. You can open this on Google Sheets, Microsoft Excel, Numbers, etc.