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How-To: Getting students who signed in on a specific day

There are many different ways to get that information. The easiest way to look at them is using the Session Log, where you can filter, sort and export the results if you want.

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If you need a more advanced customization, click on the Reports link under Center Attendance (as shown in the image above).

There you will find a bunch of reports, all related to the sign-ins made by students.

  • Visitor History
  • Attendance by Student

  • Attendance Summary
  • Attendance by Tutor
  • Attendance by Subject Area
  • Attendance by Services
  • Attendance by Services (incl. Subject Area)
  • Attendance by Professor
  • Weekly Visits
  • Zero Visits
  • New Visitors
  • Session Comments
  • Traffic Analysis

The first 2 reports show the basic information you need. Please take a look to the others if you need to do further analysis.

For example, take a look to the information included in the Visitor History report:

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Hope this how-to post helps you to boost your productivity today!

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