Track general statistics for multiple path sessions

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Who can use this feature?

Users who can edit a path session can see its statistics, within the bounds of group visibility rules:

  • Owners/admins in the group that owns a path.
  • Coaches in the group that owns the session.
  • Path session instructors.

Accessible only on the Web Application.

You can activate an extended visibility feature to allow:

  • Group admins to see and export the statistics for the trainings that the learners in their group and subgroups did in the context of their group and publicly connected groups.
  • Coaches to see and export the statistics for the trainings that the learners in their group did in the context of their group and publicly connected groups.

To activate the extended visibility feature, contact your Customer Success Partner (CSP).

The Paths sessions list page compiles general statistics about multiple path sessions.

View the paths sessions' statistics for one group

To view the list of path sessions owned by one group or shared in the group's catalog, within the bounds of the group visibility rules:

  1. In the left sidebar, click on a group.
  2. At the top of the group’s page, click Paths.
  3. At the top left of the Paths page, click Paths chevronDown.svgPaths sessions.
  4. Optional: At the top left, click slider.svg Filter to filter the path list by Instructors, Skills, Session status, Session start date, and session end date.
    The filters applied to the list are displayed as labels at the top of the list. Click on an active filter label to edit it.

For more information about the statistics displayed, see About the general statistics for multiple paths sessions.

View the path sessions' statistics for multiple groups

To view the list of path sessions owned by different groups or shared in the catalog of multiple groups, within the bounds of the group visibility rules:

  1. At the top of the homepage, click Paths.
  2. At the top left of the Paths page, click Paths chevronDown.svgPaths sessions.
  3. Optional: At the top left, click slider.svg Filter to filter the path list by Instructors, Skills, Session status, Session start date, and session end date.
    The filters applied to the list are displayed as labels at the top of the list. Click on an active filter label to edit it.

For more information about the statistics displayed, see About the general statistics for multiple paths sessions.

Download the general statistics for multiple path sessions

  1. At the top of the homepage, click Paths.
  2. At the top left of the Paths page, click Paths → Paths sessions.
  3. Click MORE ACTIONS → Download.
  4. When prompted, click DOWNLOAD.

The downloaded file displays one line per path session. The columns are displayed in the default order of the path session list page.

For more information about the statistics displayed, see About the general statistics for multiple paths sessions.

You can also create a path session custom report with detailed information for each user per path session. For more information on custom reports, see Export platform reports.


About the general statistics for multiple paths sessions

The Paths sessions list page displays a table with one line per path session. The following columns can be resized and reordered: 

Column title Description
Title Name of the path.
Session title Name of the path session.

Session start date

Start date of the path session.
Session end date End date of the path session.
Instructors Number of instructors for the path session. You can click on the number to view the list of instructors.
Learners Number of learners enrolled in the path session.
Completion Percentage of learners having completed the path out of all learners enrolled in the path session.
Avg. score Average score of learners having completed the path session.
Displays - if no learner has completed the path session.

Median time

Median training time for learners having completed the path session.

Displays - if no learner has completed the path session.

Last modified Date when the path session was last modified.

 

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