Knowledge Guru Drive includes a variety of reports you can use to track player progress. The authoring tool describes your report options, so this article will not detail all options. Instead, we will focus on the types of information you might want to gather – and which report is the right one to use.
Reports Available for Drive
- If you want to verify that people are staying engaged and mastering the content, access the Drive Overview report. Here you can verify the number of players you have in the game and what their progress is within the game. You can also see quick stats and charts on players’ confidence and engagement levels. This is a useful report to showcase to managers and stakeholders who want to see how a game is going at a glance.
- If you want to know how a specific player is performing in the game, access the Player Progress Report.
- If you want to see overall player performance across topics (how well are people doing as a big group), access the Topics and Objectives Report.
- If you want to compare performance across groups, you can access up to three different reports. Each of these reports will mirror whatever name you created for your first, second, and third custom user registration fields. Example: The default name for Field 1 is Location. So if you did not change this field name and you set up multiple location options, then you can pull a report called Location Performance vs Overall that lets you see how people performed in specific locations. For more information on creating custom user registration fields, click here.
- The Inactive Players Report provides a list of players who have become disengaged based on time away from playing. (Note: This report does not include players who have achieved Mastery.)
- The Players with Mastery Report provides a list of players who have achieved Mastery status in the game. The ultimate goal is for all players to achieve Mastery.
PDF or CSV?
Each report can be downloaded as a PDF or as a CSV file. You can click EXPORT next to the report you want to export on the View Reports screen, or click EXPORT REPORT on the top right of your screen when you’re viewing a report. Choose the CSV option if you think you might want to do further manipulation of the data. By downloading as a CSV, you can then re-save the report as an Excel spreadsheet, reformat it to your taste, and then sort the data to suit your needs.
Custom Report Builder Option
You may have a need for some very specific data – and not care about other data. You can use the Custom Report Builder to choose what information you include/exclude from a report.
Send Automatic Reports
You can send reports to your stakeholders automatically with the Auto Report Sender. Learn how here.