Understanding analytics reports

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Pluralsight Skills offers analytics web reports and CSV report downloads to help you track your teams' progress. These analytics reports offer a wealth of information and insights into your team.

In this article you'll find a breakdown of analytics reports to help you get started using analytics for your team.

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Types of users in analytics reports

Sometimes, organizations remove learners from plans, but still want access to those learners' analytics. See How analytics data follows learners to learn which data is visible to you in these situations.

Removing a user is different from deleting users. See Deleting my personal data to learn about deleted users.

Here are the differences between removed users and deleted users:

  • Removed user: A user who is no longer on the plan, but whose history still exists. Only plan admins can view removed users. To view removed users, the plan admin must filter by "All Users." This is true for all analytics reports.
  • Deleted user: A user whose account and history are erased permanently, most commonly due to a GDPR request. Once a user is deleted, their data can no longer be viewed.

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Real-time analytics data

Most analytics data is updated in real time, as shown below. You can refresh your browser to get the most up-to-date analytics data.

Note: See How analytics data follows learners to learn how users moving in and out of your plan and from team to team can affect your analytics data.

Analytics experienceWeb report and CSV download
Channels, Content, Skills inventory, Subjects, Usage, Users
Real-time
RolesUp to 15-minute delay

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Most commonly used analytics fields

These are the most frequently used fields within the analytics reports:

Completion

Completion and Average completion allow you to see the completion rate of a channel, subject, or course. This can be useful when specific content is required for compliance. Depending on the report, you can view this at the user, team, or organization level. Completion captures all content including video courses, interactive courses, and projects.

View time

View time allows you to see how much time your users are spending viewing content on the Skills platform. View time only captures video courses. See Course progress vs. view time to learn more.

Note

Many organizations use the Note field to record the employee ID of each learner. This is especially useful for organizations large enough to have more than one user with the same name.

To include the Note field in your reports, go to the People page. Find the user you’d like to edit, then click Add in the Note column. If there’s already a value in this field, you can edit it by clicking the blue pencil icon that appears when you hover over it.

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Glossary of analytics terms

# of courses
  • Subjects: Number of video courses pertaining to respective subject completed by the respective user (Users subreport only).

Above average

See Skill level composition.

Account name
  • Content, Skills inventory-advanced, Subjects, Usage, Users: Name of the Pluralsight Skills plan (CSVs only). This will match the name provided in the top navigation buttons beside “Account”.
Active users; Started roles; Total active users
  • Roles-basic: Number of users who have started the respective role (i.e., completed at least one skill assessment within the role).
    • All-roles overview: “Active users”.
    • Role overview: “Total active users”.
    • Role IQ overview CSV: “Started roles”.
Assessed users

See Engaged users assessed.

Assessment name

See Skill IQ.

Assessments taken; Total assessments taken
  • Roles-basic: “Total assessments taken”. Number of skill assessments taken within respective role by users on the plan (or team, if filtered) (Role overview only).
  • Skills inventory-advanced: “Assessments taken”. Number of skill assessments taken on respective skill by users on the plan (or team, if filtered) (User table only).
Assigned
  • Roles-advanced: Whether or not the respective user has been assigned the role (User Role IQs CSV only). Values include “yes” and “no”.
Assigned roles started
  • Roles-basic: Number of roles started (i.e., at least one skill assessment completed within the role) by users who have been assigned the respective role (Role overview only).
Assigned users
  • Roles-basic: Number of users who have been assigned the respective role (Roles table and Role IQ overview CSV only).
Average

See Skill level composition.

Average completion; Avg. completion; Avg completion time
  • Channels-basic, Channels-advanced: Average channel completion by members of channel.
    • Channels-basic (web report): "Avg. completion".
    • Channels-basic (CSV): "Average completion".
    • Channels-advanced (web report overview only): "Avg. completion".
  • Content: "Average completion". Average content completion by users on the plan (or team, if filtered) (Content page dashboard only).
  • Roles-basic: "Avg completion time". Average time that learners on your plan (or team, if filtered) take to complete a role (All-roles overview only).
Average level

See Skill level.

Average proficiency; Avg proficiency

See also Average proficiency level.

  • Roles-basic: Average proficiency score of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) who have taken an assessment on respective skill (Skills table and Role skill levels CSV only). Five unique user scores are required to present average skill score data.
    • On the CSV, this is a numerical value on a scale of 0–300.
    • On the web report, the “Average proficiency” and “Average proficiency level” are combined and labeled “Avg proficiency”.
Average proficiency level

See also Average proficiency.

  • Roles-basic: Average proficiency level of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) who have taken an assessment on respective skill (Skills table and Role skill levels CSV only). Five unique user scores are required to present average skill score data.
    • On the CSV, the values include “novice”, “proficient”, and “expert”.
    • On the web report, the “Average proficiency” and “Average proficiency level” are combined and labeled “Average proficiency”.
Average view time/user; Avg. view time/user
Avg skill growth
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Number of skill ups divided by number of reassessments from plan start date to the specified end date (web only).

Channels; Name
  • Channels-basic: Name of channel.
    • Web: “Channels”.
    • CSV: “Name”.
Channel completion %; Completion %
  • Channels-advanced: Completion of channel by respective member of channel.
    • Web: “Completion %”.
    • CSV: “Channel completion %”.
Channel content

See Content title.

Completed roles

See Role IQs achieved.

Completion; Completion %; Completion percentage; Content completion %

For all reports, completion captures interactive courses, labs, projects, and video courses.

  • Channels-advanced: Completion percentage of respective content by respective member of channel. For non-video assets (e.g., document, PDF, slide deck, website, etc.), the value will either be 0 (link not visited) or 100 (link visited).
    • Member drawer: “Completion %”.
    • CSV: “Content completion %”.
  • Content: Completion percentage of respective content. For non-video assets (e.g., document, PDF, slide deck, website, etc.), the value will either be 0 (link not visited) or 100 (link visited).
    • Web: “Completion”. Completion rate of those on  the plan (or team, if filtered) who have begun the course.
    • Web, content page: “Completion %”. Completion rate of the respective course by the respective user.
    • Courses summary CSV: “Completion percentage”. Completion rate of the respective course by the respective user.
  • Users: “Completion”. Completion percentage of the respective course by the respective user (User subreport only).
Content completion %

See Completion.

Content duration; Content duration (hours); Duration; Duration (hours)

Content duration includes video courses, interactive courses, and projects.

  • Channels-basic: Duration of video courses in channel.
    • Web: “Duration”, listed as hours and minutes.
    • CSV: “Duration (hours)”, listed as hours in decimal format.
  • Channels-advanced: Duration of respective piece of content. For non-video assets (e.g., document, PDF, slide deck, website, etc.), a default value of one minute is listed.
    • Web report (Overview and Member drawer): “Duration”, listed as hours and minutes.
    • CSV: “Content duration (hours)”, listed as hours in decimal format.
  • Content: Duration of respective piece of content.
    • Web: “Duration”, listed as hours and minutes.
    • CSV: “Content duration”, listed as hours in decimal format.
  • Users: “Duration”. Duration of respective piece of content, listed as hours and minutes (User subreport only).
Content duration (seconds); Duration (seconds)
  • Channels-basic: “Duration (seconds)”. Duration of video courses in channel, listed in seconds (CSV only). Note: this field is being deprecated; use Duration (hours) instead.
  • Channels-advanced: “Content duration (seconds)”. Duration of respective piece of content, listed in seconds (CSV only). Note: this field is being deprecated; use Content duration (hours) instead.
Content ID
  • Content: Unique identifier for course, used in URL (CSV only).
Content interactions; Interactions; Total content interactions
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Aggregate of individual video course clip views, project tasks, interactive course challenges, and skill assessment completions.
    • Skills inventory-basic, web: “Content interactions”.
    • Skills inventory-basic, summary CSV: "Total content interactions”.
    • Skills inventory-advanced, user table: “Content interactions”.
    • Skills inventory-advanced, user drawer: “Interactions”.
Content last viewed

See Last Viewed.

Content title; Content name; Channel content
  • Channels-advanced: Title of respective piece of content, or the content’s path, if applicable (CSV only). See also Course title.
    • Member drawer: “Channel content”.
    • CSV: “Content title”.
  • Content: Title of respective piece of content.
    • Web report: “Content title”.
    • CSV: “Content name”.
  • Skills inventory-advanced: “Content title”. Title of respective piece of content (User drawer only).
Content type; Type
  • Channels-advanced, Content, Skills inventory-advanced: Content type for respective piece of content. Values include “course”, “external link", “interactive course”, “path”, and “project”.
    • Channels-advanced Member drawer: “Type”.
    • Channels-advanced CSV: “Content type”.
    • Content: “Content type”.
    • Skills inventory-advanced: “Content type” (User drawer only).
Content viewed
  • Content: Number of pieces of content viewed during the specified time frame (web report overview only). Content types included here include video courses, labs, interactive courses, and projects.
Course
  • Subjects: Name of course pertaining to respective subject (Courses subreport only). Clicking on a course name will open the respective course in Content analytics.
  • Users: Name of respective course (User subreport only).
Course related to [subject]
  • Subjects: Name of course pertaining to respective subject, taken by respective user (Users subreport only). Clicking on a course name will open the respective course in Content analytics.
Course title
  • Channels-advanced: Title of respective course (CSV only). See also Content title.
Created by
  • Roles-basic: Name of role creator (Roles table and Role IQ overview CSV only). This may be the name of a person, or the name of the organization for company-created roles.

Date; Date range; Month; Year
  • Usage: Date or date range of usage. The CSV report contains one record per date (within the filtered date range) per team.
    • Web: “Date” or “Date range”, depending on specified date filter.
    • CSV: “Date”. This is also broken down into the “Month” (January = 1, February = 2, etc.) and “Year” columns.
Date added
  • Channels-advanced: Date the member was added to respective channel.
Duration; Duration (hours); Duration (seconds)

See Content duration (Content, Users) or Content duration (hours) (Channels-advanced, Channels-basic).


Email
  • Channels-basic, Channels-advanced, Content, Roles-advanced, Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced, Subjects, Users: Primary email listed for the user's account.
    • Channels-basic: Channel owner (CSV only).
    • Channels-advanced: Channel member (CSV only).
    • Content: User (learner).
    • Roles-advanced: User (learner) (CSV only).
    • Skills inventory-basic: User (learner) (Detail CSV only).
    • Skills inventory-advanced: User (learner) (Users CSV only).
    • Subjects: User (learner) (CSV only).
    • Users: User (learner).
Emerging

See Skill level composition.

Engaged users; Total engaged users
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Number of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) who engaged with content and assessments related to respective subject from plan start date to the specified end date.
    • Web: “Engaged users”.
    • Summary CSV: “Total engaged users”.
Engaged users percentage
  • Skills inventory-basic: Engaged users divided by number of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) (Summary CSV only).
Engaged users assessed; Assessed users
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Number of engaged users who have completed a skill assessment.
    • Web: “Assessed users”.
    • Summary CSV: “Engaged users assessed”.
Engaged users not assessed; Unassessed users
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Number of engaged users who have not completed a skill assessment.
    • Skill assessment table: “Unassessed users”.
    • Inventory table, Summary CSV: “Engaged users not assessed”.
Engaged users not assessed percentage
Expert

See Skill level composition.


First name

See Members (Channels-advanced), Name (Content, Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced, Subjects, Users), or Owner (Channels-basic).


Guides

Guides are not included in analytics at this time. Learn more about guides.

Interactions

See Content interactions.

Is on account
  • Skills inventory-advanced, Users: True indicates the team member is on the account and active. False indicates the member is not currently on the account (CSV only).

Last activity

Last activity includes video courses, interactive courses, and projects.

  • Channels-basic: Date of last view activity—by channel members—of content within the respective channel.
  • Channels-advanced: Date of last view activity—by respective channel member—of content within the respective channel.
  • Roles-basic: Date of last view activity—by active role members—of content within the respective role (Roles table and Role IQ overview CSV only).
  • Roles-advanced
    • Role IQs CSV: Date the respective user last took a skill assessment with the respective role (CSV only). See also Last measured for the corresponding field in the web report.
    • User skill level CSV: Date the respective user last took the respective skill assessment (CSV only). See also Last measured for the corresponding field in the web report.
  • Skills inventory-advanced: Date of last interaction with respective content (User drawer and users CSV only).
  • Users: Date of the user's most recent activity. This includes joining a plan; logging in; and viewing content in video courses, interactive courses, and projects. This could be different from the user's “View date” field.
Last assessment date; Last assessed
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Date and time when the respective user last took the respective skill assessment.
    • Skills inventory-basic: Last assessment date (Detail CSV only).
    • Skills inventory-advanced: Last assessed (User table only).
Last measured

See also Last activity for the corresponding field in the “User Role IQs” and “User skill levels” CSVs.

  • Roles-advanced: This field appears twice in the web report:
    • Inline with user’s name: Length of time since the respective user last took a skill assessment with the respective role (web report only).
    • Inline with a respective skill when a user is expanded: Length of time since the respective user last took the respective skill assessment (expanded web report only).
Last name

See Members (Channels-advanced), Name (Content, Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced, Subjects, Users), or Owner (Channels-basic).

Last taken
  • Users: Date when the respective user last took the respective skill assessment (User subreport only).
Last view date; View date; Month; Year
  • Content: Date when the content was last viewed. This is also broken down into the “Month” (January = 1, February = 2, etc.) and “Year” columns. See also View date for the corresponding field in the CSV.
    • Web: “View date”.
    • Courses summary CSV: “Last view date”.
    • Courses detail CSV: “View date”.
Last viewed; Content last viewed
  • Channels-advanced: Date when respective content was last viewed.
    • Member drawer: “Last viewed”.
    • CSV: “Content last viewed”.
  • Content: “Last viewed”. Length of time since the content was last viewed  (content page only). See also Last view date for the corresponding field in the web reports.
  • Subjects: “Last viewed”. Length of time since the content was last viewed (expanded Courses subreport and expanded Users subreport only).
  • Users: “Last viewed”. Length of time since the content was last viewed by the respective user (User subreport only).
Level

See Skill level.

Link type
  • Channels-advanced: File type for external link, if applicable (CSV only). Values include “article”, “channel”, “external link”, “slide deck”, and “video”.
Link URL
  • Channels-advanced: URL for external link, if applicable (CSV only).

Members; Member count; First name; Last name
  • Channels-basic: Number of members within channel.
    • Web: “Members”.
    • CSV: “Member count”.
  • Channels-advanced (overview): "Members”. Number of members within specified channel.
  • Channels-advanced (member listing): List of members within specified channel.
    • Web: “Members”. Clicking on a name will open the respective user’s subreport in Users analytics.
    • CSV: broken down to “First name” and “Last name”.
Minimum proficiency
  • Roles-basic: Minimum proficiency required for respective skill in order to achieve Role IQ (Skills table only).
Month

See Date (Usage) or View date (Content, Skills inventory-advanced, Users).


Name; First name; Last name; Full name

See also Channels (Channels-basic) or Roles (Roles-basic).

  • Content: Name of user (Content page and CSV only).
    • Web, content page: “Name”. Clicking on a name will open the respective user’s subreport in Users analytics.
    • CSV: broken down to “First name” and “Last name”.
  • Roles-advanced: Name of user.
    • Web: “Name”.
    • CSV: “Full name”.
  • Skills inventory-advanced, Skills inventory-basic: Name of learner.
    • Skills inventory-advanced, user table: “Name”.
    • Skills inventory-advanced, users CSV: broken down to “First name” and “Last name”
    • Skills inventory-basic, detail CSV: broken down to “First name” and “Last name”.
  • Subjects: Name of user (web subreports and CSV only).
    • Courses subreport (expanded): “Name”.
    • Users subreport: “Name”. Clicking on a name will open the respective user’s subreport in Users analytics.
    • CSV: broken down to “First name” and “Last name”.
  • Users: Name of user.
    • Web: “Name”. Clicking on a name will open the respective user’s subreport in Users analytics.
    • CSV: broken down to “First name” and “Last name”.
Note
  • Content, Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced, Subjects, Users: Space for you to include extra information about the user, such as an ID number (CSV only). This can be used to help you identify users and integrate them into other systems. See Note for more information.
Novice

See Skill level composition.


Objective
  • Channels-basic: Objective assigned to channel.
Owner; First name; Last name
  • Channels-basic: Name of channel owner.
    • Web: “Owner”.
    • CSV: broken down to “First name” and “Last name”.

Permission
  • Channels-advanced: Channel permission level for respective member. Values include “owner”, “can edit”, and “can view”.
Plan ID
  • Skills inventory-basic: Plan ID of the Pluralsight Skills plan (Summary CSV only).
Plan total licenses

See Total licenses.

Proficiency

See Skill level.


Quintile
  • Skills inventory-basic: Proficiency level for the respective user for the respective skill (Detail CSV only). Values include “novice”, “emerging", "average", "above average”, and “expert”.

Reassessed users
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Number of engaged users who have completed a skill assessment at least twice (web only). This includes assessment retakes, but not do-overs.
Role IQ
  • Roles-advanced: Role IQ level for the respective user. Values include “beginner”, “level 1”, “level 2”, and “level 3”. If the user has not completed the Role IQ, this will show “X out of X skills measured” for web reports, or “N/A” for User Role IQs CSV. See also Role Progress.
Role IQ engagement
  • Roles-basic: Number of unique learners who have self-selected a Role IQ level, been assigned a role, or received a Role IQ in at least one role—out of the total number of learners on your plan (or team, if filtered) (All-roles overview only).
Role IQs achieved; Completed roles
  • Roles-basic: Number of users who have completed the respective Role IQ (i.e., completed each skill assessment within the role) and received a Role IQ level.
    • Web (All-roles overview, Roles table, Role overview): “Role IQs achieved”.
    • Role IQ overview CSV: “Completed roles”.
Role progress
  • Roles-advanced: Number of skill assessments completed by the respective user, divided by number of skill assessments required for the respective role. For example, “2 / 5 skills” (User Role IQs CSV only).
Roles; Name
  • Roles-basic: Name of role.
    • Roles table: “Roles”. Clicking on a role will open the respective role skill levels report.
    • Role IQ overview CSV: “Name”.

Skill
  • Roles-advanced: Skills for the respective role for which the respective user has taken a skill assessment.
  • Users: Name of the respective skill (User subreport only).
Skill IQ; Assessment name
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Name of Skill IQ assessment.
    • Skills inventory-basic: "Skill IQ" (Detail CSV report).
    • Skills inventory-advanced: "Assessment name" (Skill assessment table).
Skill level; Avg skill level; Average level; Level; Proficiency

Values include “novice”, “proficient”, and “expert”. If the user does a do-over, the higher score will be used. However, if the user retakes an assessment at a later date, the most recent score will be used. See How can I re-measure my Skill IQ for more information.

  • Roles-advanced: Proficiency level for the respective user for the respective skill.
    • Web: “Skill level”.
    • User skill levels CSV: “Proficiency”.
  • Skills inventory-advanced
    • User table: “Avg skill level”. Average skill level for respective user of all assessments related to respective skill.
    • User drawer: “Skill level”. Skill level for respective user for respective assessment.
  • Users: “Level”. Proficiency level for the respective user for the respective skill (User subreport only).
Skill level composition; Above average; Average; Emerging; Expert; Novice
  • Skills inventory-basic: Distribution of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) within five skill level quintiles related to respective subject. On the web report, the five levels are displayed as a bar chart. On the summary CSV, each skill level is listed in its own column, as follows:
    • Novice: 0–19.9th percentile.
    • Emerging: 20–39.9th percentile.
    • Average: 40–59.9th percentile.
    • Above average: 60–79.9th percentile.
    • Expert: 80–100th percentile.
Skills; Skill name
  • Roles-basic: Name of skill (Skills table and Role skill levels CSV only).
    • Skills table: “Skills”.
    • Role skill levels CSV: “Skill name”.
Skill ups
  • Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced: Number of times a user reassessed and achieved a higher skill level (web only). This includes assessment retakes, but not do-overs.
Start date
  • Content, Skills inventory-advanced, Users: Date user began on the plan (CSV only).
Started roles

See Active users.

Subject; Subjects
  • Content: “Subjects”. Subjects pertaining to respective video course (CSV only).
  • Skills inventory-basic, Subjects: “Subject”. Content being consumed by learners on the plan, aggregated by similar technology areas.

Team; Team name
  • Channels-advanced, Content, Skills inventory-basic, Skills inventory-advanced, Subjects, Usage, Users: Name of the team to which the user is assigned. This is blank for users not assigned to a team.
    • Channels-advanced: “Team”.
    • Content (content page): “Team”.
    • Content CSV: “Team name”.
    • Skills inventory-basic detail CSV: “Team”.
    • Skills inventory-advanced users CSV: “Team name”.
    • Subjects courses subreport (expanded): “Team”.
    • Subjects users subreport: “Team”.
    • Subjects CSV: “Team name”.
    • Usage: “Team name” (CSV only). The report contains one record per date (within the filtered date range) per team.
    • Users web report: “Team”.
    • Users CSV: “Team name”.
Total active users

See Total users.

Total assessment taken

See Assessments taken.

Total content interactions

See Content interactions.

Total hours

See also View time for the corresponding field in the web reports.

For all reports, Total hours only captures video courses.

  • Content: Total hours viewed of the respective content by the respective user, displayed in decimal format (CSV only). Content analytics has both a detail and a summary CSV. The detail CSV aggregates view time on content with a row per day, and the summary CSV aggregates view time by content with a row per content.
  • Skills inventory-advanced: Total view time of unique courses pertaining to respective subject, displayed in hours and minutes (Users CSV only).
  • Subjects: Total view time of unique courses pertaining to respective subject, displayed in hours and minutes (CSV only).
  • Usage: Total hours of video courses viewed by members of the respective team on the respective date or within the specified date range, displayed in decimal format (CSV only).
  • Users: Total hours of courses viewed by the respective user within the specified date range, displayed in decimal format (CSV only).
Total licenses; Plan total licenses
  • Usage: Total number of licenses on the plan (or team, if filtered).
    • Web: “Total licenses”.
    • CSV: “Plan total licenses”.
Total members
  • Usage: Number of users on the respective  team on respective date (CSV only). The report contains one record per date (within the filtered date range) per team. See also Total users for the corresponding field in the web report.
Total taken
  • Users: Number of times the respective user has taken the respective skill assessment (User subreport only).
Total unique roles
  • Roles-basic: Total number of roles at least one learner has engaged with on your plan. This includes self-selecting a level or having a role assigned to them (All-roles overview only).
Total users
  • Content: Number of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) who have viewed the respective content (web report only).
  • Usage: Number of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) on respective date or within date range (web report only). See also Total members for the corresponding field in the CSV.
Total view time

See View time.

Type

See Content type.


Unassessed users

See Engaged users not assessed.

Unique courses
  • Skills inventory-advanced: Number of courses viewed by respective user on the respective date (Users CSV only).
  • Subjects: Number of unique courses available for respective subject (web report only).
  • Usage: Number of courses viewed by all users on the plan (or team, if filtered) on the respective date or within the specified date range.
  • Users: Number of unique video courses viewed by the user within the specified date range. This only includes video courses that are clicked in to play. Video courses taken by an individual prior to joining the team will not be included—only video courses taken during their time on the team will show here. When a user leaves the team, the user's data will not be available.
Unique users
  • Content: Number of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) viewing content during the specified time frame (web report overview only).
  • Subjects:
    • Web: Number of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) consuming content in the respective subject.
    • Courses subreport: Number of users on the plan (or team, if filtered) who have viewed all or a portion of the respective course.
Username
  • Skills inventory-basic: Unique identifier for the user (learner) (Detail CSV only).
Users assessed
  • Roles-basic: Number of users assessed for respective role (Skills table and Role skill levels CSV only).

Video course view time
  • Content: Total view time of video courses during the specified time frame, displayed in hours and minutes (web report overview only).
View date; Month; Year
  • Content: See Last view date.
  • Skills inventory-advanced, Users: “View date”. Date on which content was viewed (CSV only). The report contains one record per date in which the user viewed content. This field is also broken down into “Month” and “Year”.
View time; Total view time

For all reports, view time only captures video courses. It does not capture interactive courses, labs, projects, or sandboxes.

  • Content: Total view time of respective course over the specified time frame, displayed in hours and minutes (web report only). See also Total hours for the corresponding field in the CSV.
    • Web: “View time”. Total view time by all users on the plan (or team, if filtered).
    • Web, content page overview: “Total view time”. Total view time by all users on the plan (or team, if filtered).
    • Web, content page: “View time”. Total view time by the respective user.
  • Subjects: Total view time of respective content over the specified time frame, displayed in hours and minutes (web report and subreports only).
    • Web: “View time”. Total view time of unique courses pertaining to respective subject. See also Total hours for the corresponding field in the CSV.
    • Courses subreport: “Total view time”. Total view time of respective course by users on the plan (or team, if filtered).
    • Courses subreport (expanded): “View time”. Total view time of respective course by respective user.
    • Users subreport: “View time”. Total view time of unique courses pertaining to respective subject by the respective user.
    • Users subreport (expanded): “View time”. Total view time of respective course by respective user.
  • Usage: “View time”. Total hours of video courses viewed by all users on the plan (or team, if filtered) on the respective date or within the specified date range, displayed in hours and minutes (web report only). See also Total hours for the corresponding field in the CSV.
  • Users: “View time”. Total view time by the respective user over the specified time frame, displayed in hours and minutes.
    • Web: Total view time of video courses. See also Total hours for the corresponding field in the CSV.
    • User subreport: Total view time of the respective course.

Year

See Date (Usage) or View date (Content, Skills inventory-advanced, Users).

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