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How to create custom reports using the Report Builder

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This article explains how to access and use the report builder.

Accessing report builder directly from a test

  1. To select a report builder from a test, go to “Tests/Manage” tests.
  2. To display a report builder for a specific test, select the test name from the “Name” column. There is also a search field to help you find your test faster.
  3. Once the test information is displayed, select the “Report Builder” tab.
  4. Create a new custom report by selecting options from the list and select the “Display report” button. You can save a specific report builder as a template and load the report builder configuration from one of the saved templates.
  5. Each selected option will be featured as a column in the report table when you display the report.
    • You can always go back to the report builder and change the option filters that you want to display.
    • There is an option to export the report as an Excel file by clicking on the “Export as Excel” icon.
    • Exporting a report as Excel is a great option that helps you save reports, and also gives you better visibility of the report.

Accessing report builder directly from quick actions

  1. To access a report builder from quick action options, go to “Reporting/Report builder.”
  2. To display a report builder for a specific test, select the test name from the “Name” column.
    • To find the test you need faster, you can search for it using ID and name of a specific test.
    • The “Displayed Columns” option allows you to show the following options for all tests:
      • ID
      • Name
      • Date of creation
      • Status
      • Creation type
      • Report displayed
      • Report content
      • Page format
      • Question randomization
      • Answer randomization
      • Network access
      • Pass mark
      • Pausing allowed
      • Retaking enabled
      • Browser lockdown
      • Answer feedback
    • You can also export the list of all tests as an Excel file by clicking the “Export as Excel” icon.

See steps 4 and 5 in the second section (Accessing report builder directly from a test).

 

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