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How can I see daily use of software?

I have put in notifications in dashboard, but not receiving any emails that notify me of low usage

Posted on: May 02 2018
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  • In Next Gen, you can look at the Participation Report. You can customize it to look at a week, a month or a grading period. I set it for the day of class and a week ahead. Then, I just refresh to see how time increases. Otherwise, my kids just get off whenever they feel like.

    AskDee

    I am going to see what I can find out about this. Reports generally do not reflect a daily usage total but they show an average over a period of time. Which report are you requesting? Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    AskDee

    I just now saw tclark's answer. I agree with what she said. We will certainly miss her next year. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    Thanks Dee, I appreciate it!

    You provide invaluable information. thank you , AskDee !

    Dee, What you do is good.

    AskDee

    I still haven't heard back. I'm going to ask again to see if I can get a reply now that vacation season is almost over. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    AskDee

    I was told about something that I have never tried before. You can narrow the READ 180 Next Generation Reading Progress Report down to one day. I don't know if that would work for what you need, but there is an Average Session Length column as well as a Time (min) on that report. I'm guessing that you could print it for one day only and see that day's usage. I can't test it right now as I don't have any data in my database at this time. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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