To understand how reports work, we just need to explain one example - the mechanism works the same way everytime.
For example, to create a report regarding e-learning courses, you need to choose "Reports for the e-learning course" and then choose one of the available ones.
To see results from a course, choose "Reports for users" and then "Teaching results for users".
To configure a report, follow these four steps.
Step 1. E-learning course selection
In the first step you need to choose the course you want to see a report from. Just choose one (or search for it) in the "Available e-learning courses" section and move it to the right side.
Step 2. Users selection
In this step you choose users you want to see in your report. As with courses in the previous step - just choose them or search for them.
Step 3. Columns selection
In step three you need to define which columns with data you want to see in your report. Just choose from those on the left side and move them to the right.
Step 4. Save or generate the report
The last step is to generate your report. You can generate it on demand or save it as a cyclic report.
If you want to generate a report on demand, you have to choose its format and then click "Generate the report". You can also save this report to use later, just click "Save as a new report". If this report is already saved and you've made some changes, click "Save the report". Saved template will be visible in "Your reports".
Configuration of a cyclic report
To create a cyclic report, go to the "Cyclic and fixed-time report" tab in the last step ("Save or generate the report").
You can define recipients and date and time.
You can send the report to both users from the platform and e-mail addresses that are not in our database. To choose existing users, search for them on the left side and move them to the right. If you want to add e-mail addresses, just fill the field at the top.
When you define recipients, go to the other tab and set the date and time when the report will be sent.