Understand the date filter on exports

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You can filter export files with a start and end date.

The exact meaning of those dates depends on the granularity. The general idea is to filter events that happened between the start date and end date.

OPCO Logs

Adding a start date removes lines corresponding to attempts whose connection started before that date.

Adding an end date removes lines corresponding to attempts whose connection ended after that date.

By sessions

Adding a start date removes lines corresponding to attempts that ended before that date.

Adding an end date removes lines corresponding to attempts that started after that date.

By courses

Adding a start date removes lines corresponding to attempts that were finished before that date.

Adding an end date removes lines corresponding to attempts that started after that date.

The export file can include attempts that started before the start date, and were finished after the end date if the user played at least one activity within the timeframe.

The completion rate displayed in the export file is that of the course at the end date selected in the filter.

By questions

Adding a start date removes lines corresponding to answers that were sent before that date.

Adding an end date removes lines corresponding to answers that were sent after that date.

By classrooms

Adding a start date removes lines corresponding to learners that were registered to a Classroom slot that started before that date.

Adding an end date removes lines corresponding to learners that were registered to a Classroom slot that started after that date.

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