Ever find yourself wondering what a reporting term actually means? Or, maybe you just want to make sure a CSV column is giving you the information you want.
This article breaks down the details of what common reporting terms mean, so you can easily interpret your Grovo activity!
Reports on Users
- Session: A user login or pageview.
- Active session: A user is "active" when he logs a session. If a user remains logged in but is inactive for over ten minutes, the next time they interact with Grovo a new session will start.
- Engaged session: A session in which a user views content (meaning they advance past the title card) or accesses the content creation tool.
- Engaged user: A user with an engaged session in the selected time frame.
- Time on site: Time of last page view minus time of first page view.
- Total learn engagement: The total number of times when a learner advanced past the title card of a lesson.
- Total create engagement: The sum of instances when a Creator accessed the Create tool.
- Total sessions: The sum of sessions the user logged in the reported time period.
- Total lesson views: The sum of lessons, assigned or browsed, that the user views in the reported time period.
- Total unique lesson views: The sum of different lesson views in the reported time period (i.e. if a learner watches two lessons three times each, they will have 6 lesson views but only 2 unique lesson views).
- Total lesson completions: The sum of distinct lessons where the user loaded the success card.
- Total estimated duration: The sum of system generated estimates for how long it will take the user to complete all pieces of content viewed in the reported time period.
- Total track views: The sum of tracks, assigned or browsed, that the user views in the reported time period.
- Total unique track views: The sum of different track views in the reported time period (i.e. if a learner watches two tracks three times each, they will have 6 track views but only 2 unique track views).
- Total actual time learning: Sum of time spent viewing lesson cards (any card except for title and success card) in the reported time period.
Reports on Assignment
- Campaign: A way for Admins to group content in order to assign it to users. Campaigns include content, duration, and assessment options.
- Assignment: Content sent to a group or single user with a due date.
- User assignment: A unique pairing of an assignment (content and due date) and a user.
Status: An indication of a user's progress on an assignment.
- Not started: The user has an assignment but has not viewed any lessons in the assignment.
- In progress: The user has viewed at least one lesson in the assignment but has not completed the entire assignment.
- Complete: The user has completed all required lessons in the assignment, regardless of whether they passed or failed.
- Assign date: The date the user receives the assignment.
- Due date: The admin specified due date on the assignment.
- On time: For “not started” or “in progress” assignments, the due date has not passed at the end of the period; for "completed assignments," they were completed before the due date.
- Overdue: For "not started" or "in progress" assignments, the assignment becomes overdue at 12 AM eastern time on the due date.
- Passed/ Failed: Completed graded assignment where the user achieved a score above or below the minimum passing score.
- Outstanding: The number of incomplete assignments at the beginning of the time period plus any new assignments in the period; this is the basis for the assignments included in an assignment report on a specific period.
- Attempt number: How many times did this learner retake the assignment.
- Assignor: The user that assigned the lesson to the user in question.
- Assessment: A sum of all questions across an entire assignment.
Reports on Content
- View: Loading of a content card (any card except for title and success card) inside of a lesson or objective. Two separate opens of the same lesson will count as two views.
- Unique view: A distinct lesson card view, regardless of how many times it's viewed in the time period.
- Unique learner: A distinct user view, regardless of how many times that user viewed the piece of content in the time period.
- Completion: Unique loading of the success card of a lesson.
- Time learning: Total time spent on content cards (any card except for title and success card).
Estimated duration: The system generated estimate of how long it will take someone to complete a particular piece of content. The total lesson duration is the sum of total cards.
We estimate duration as:
- Text Card: 20 sec
- Doc Card: 20 sec
- Image card: 20 sec
- Question Card: 20 Sec
- Video Card: Length of the video
- Average time learning: The average of total time all users have spent on lesson cards (excluding title and success cards).