Reports can be generated on the activities, or on the participants of the activities. These provide you with detailed information on the activities or their participants and their attendance statuses.
In order to create an activity attendance report, follow the instructions found in this article, and select "Activity Report - Activity" or "Activity report - Participants as the report type when prompted.
In order to customize your activity report, click on the newly created report in the reports list, then navigate to the Settings tab. If you've created this report on the global level, you now need to specify on which events' activities you'd like this report to be in the Settings section.
Also in the Settings section, you can select participants with which attendance status should be displayed in the report.
If you'd like to apply a filter to your participants list instead of listing all of them in the report, you can also do that here in the Settings section by clicking the Participant filter button.
Next up, you need to specify which columns (i.e. fields) will be added to the report. You can include the following field types:
- Participant fields
- Activity participant fields (e.g. Participant's status in the activity)
- Organization fields
- Activity fields
- Event fields
participant, event, and activity fields you'd like to be present in the report. Expand the Columns section and click the Columns button to reveal the Manage columns popup window to do that.
Here, you can drag and drop the columns you'd like to view in the report. For a basic report, we recommend adding the participant first and last name, participant email, activity name, and activity participant status and arrived at columns. When you're done, click Apply.
If you'd like to schedule this report to be created at a specific interval, you can do that in the Schedule section. For more information on scheduling events, see this article.
When you're done, click Save.
Once you click Save, this report is now ready to create and export versions of it. For more information on report versions, see this article.