Extracting a PDF , Excel , PPT Report & Attachments
||At various stages of analyzing the reports you will also have an option to extract different types of reports from different windows, leveraging a few filters.
||To begin with, from row 1 of the 1st reports screen you can download the screen view of this screen in a PDF format by clicking on the “Export to PDF” option. Moreover, this PDF report can be downloaded on every records and deep dive screen.
||However, if you want to extract the data in the form of excel, you can download it by clicking on “Export to Excel”. Once you click on this option, the next window will give you 2 ways in which you can dowload the data, “Screen view” & “Report for date range”. First option, will once again allow you to download the screenview on an excel file. Whereas using the second option, you will be able to download the excel report based on a set date range which you can preset by setting the from and to date on the calendar. Once the dates are set you will need to click on “Export” button to download the report.
||As soon as this report is downloaded, you will be able to see the “Periodicity”(for which the report was downloaded), “Passed Candidate” (count of Assessees who passed the Assessment), “Failed Candidate” (count of Assessees who failed the Assessment), and “Unevaluated Candidate” (count of Assessees whose submissions are yet to be evaluated by the Evaluator).
||Furthermore, if you choose to download the excel report from the questions performance screen, then the downloaded report will showcase QuestionId, Question, Question Type, Question Score, Responses, Total Appeared, Total Attempts, Total Passed and Total Failed data across users for this Assessment
||Finally, next to the PDF & Excel export options, on every screen you will also have an option to “Print” the report. Once you click on this “Print” icon, then the following screen will allow you to configure your print preferences, and finally print the reports.