CEND - Scheduled Reports - Canvas LMS

SCHEDULE YOUR REPORTS

Click HERE to watch the video about how to schedule a report.

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Boxed Items: Based off the report's filters, the initial steps of building a scheduled report will change.   Each step will need to be successfully completed and then the next step will automatically populate. NOTE: To send the scheduled report to multiple people, please use a space or a comma.  Use "Enter" to move on to the next step.

1 - Courses: Use the box to choose which courses will be included to the report when it's scheduled.

2 - Report Date Filter: Use the box to toggle on/off the Date Filter.  The Report Date Filter here correlates to the Date Filter inside the Report.  To choose "All Time" simply leave the Date Filter disabled.  To choose a specific time period, select the number value and the time value from the drop downs.

3 - Name: Name of the report, can be edited if necessary

4 - Subject: Edit Subject line, if necessary

5 - Status: Status relates to whether or not the Schedule Report is active (sending the report) or inactive (not sending the report).

6 - Notification Expiration Date: Set the expiration date; leaving blank will run the report continuously. For example, you may want set the expiration date to correlate with a holiday break, the end of Fall Semester, or the end of Q4.

7 - Attachment: Select Attachment type: XLS, CSV, or PDF.

8 - Frequency: Select how often you'd like the email to be sent. NOTE: If you select "Yesterday" in Report Date Filter and then set this drop-down to be sent daily at 4am, the report will take the data from 4am the previous day to 4am this day. The same works for the "Last Week", "Last Month", etc.

9 - Send Empty Report: Select this file if you would like to receive notification even if it's empty.

10 - Message: Create and format the Message which will appear as the email body.

11- SAVE: Save Scheduled Report (or Cancel).


For additional assistance, please email helpdesk@IntelliBoard.net.

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