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The Inactive Users in System report displays all users’ creation date inside the Moodle system well as first and last access. There is a filter for inactivity based on days.
Location: Reports > User Reports > All Users
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- Filter your data and/or dates! Most reports include several filters (to the right of the search box) and a time filter.
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SPECIFIC REPORT INFORMATION
THIS REPORT'S FILTER(S):
- Inactivity Period: Select how many days users must be inactive (not access an LMS) to appear on the report (i.e. Selecting "Inactive 1 Day" means users will not have accessed the LMS in the past 1 day)
- User Role: Select the role in Moodle to appear in the report (i.e. Selecting "Mentor" will only show the users who have the Mentor role)
THIS REPORT'S DATE FILTER(S): Time will filter by User's Creation Date in the LMS system (i.e. Selecting "Last Month" will only show users who have been created in the LMS system in the last month)
THIS REPORT'S COLUMNS:
First Name: User First Name, as entered in the LMS system
Last Name: Last Name of user, as entered in the LMS system
Email: User Email, as entered in the LMS system
Creation Date: Date when User was created/added to the LMS system
First Access: The date the user first accessed the LMS system
Last Access Date: The date the user last accessed the LMS system while logged in
Last Login: The last time the user actually logged with the user ID and password
Note the difference between Last Access Date and Last Login: If user used his/her credentials to login, it may be saved in the browser, so he/she doesn't have to "sign back in", because he/she hadn't been logged out. If he/she gets "timed out", and signs back in, the last login would have new date.
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