Discover how virtual meeting tools, like Collaborate Ultra, are used at your institution by instructors and students. You can compare meeting length, attendance, and frequency across different time periods.
Primary and comparison date range
The report displays data according to the time periods you select. At the beginning of the report, you can select your primary and comparison date ranges.
The Primary Date Range is the period you want to set as a base. The Comparison Date Range is the period you want to compare your base to.
By default, Primary Date Range spans the last 30 days, and Comparison Date Range is the 30 days prior the Primary Date Range. Make sure to select your preferred date ranges to update the data presented.
Use date ranges of the same length for accurate comparison
Reset date ranges to default
Select the date range.
Select the More options menu, on the top right-hand corner.
Repeat steps on the other date range you want to reset.
Indicators are useful to get a quick snapshot of an activity you need to keep track of. This report uses as the indicators’ base the Primary Date Range value. Nevertheless, when the title references a specific date range, this date range is the indicator’s base.
Up arrow: The value, or number, increased compared to the Comparison Date Range.
Down arrow: The value, or number, decreased compared to the Comparison Date Range.
Rightwards: There is no change between date ranges.
DIV/0: There is no data available for the selected Comparison Date Range.
Line graphs show the pattern of data by day in the Primary Date Range. To look at the day-to-day numbers, point to a data point in the line graph.
You can download the data in a CSV file to view it in a table format.
You can use the language selector to choose your preferred language. There are terms that aren't currently localized and will remain in English after you’ve selected another language. The localized version of these terms will be delivered in a progressive manner throughout 2021 and 2022.