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Usage Statistics: Evaluation Tracker

The Evaluation Tracker report will give you statistics about the use of the Evaluation Tracker Workflow in TES.

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Select the report type radio button.

Enter your date range and/or your User filter.

Click a link to see the selected infographic.

Click VIEW to see the selected statistics.

 Select a Report Type: TES GENERAL USE or EVALUATION TRACKER.

 Enter a FROM and TO date.

 Select WHO you want to run the report for; Everyone or one user in particular.

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 Click the button.

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The Parameters selected for the report. In this example it was an Evaluation Tracker Use report run for Everyone from 1/1/2016-1/31/2017.

CLOSED TASKS: These are all the tasks that were closed during the timeframe selected. (They may have been created prior to the date range selected.)

ALL ACTIVITY: These are all the activity that happened during the timeframe selected. (Some may have been created prior to the date range selected.)

ALL ACTIVITY PER USER: This

detail numbers should add up to the All Activity Total just above it.

DENY BREAKDOWN: This

details the reasons for denials during the timeframe selected.

 There are four (4) main sections of the Evaluation Tracker Use report:

o TOTALS: CLOSED TASKS – These are the numbers of any evaluation tasks that were closed or posted to an equivalency for the selected time period. Some of the tasks closed during this period could have beed opened prior to the period, so the total closed will likely not match the CREATE number. An average of Median Turn-Around to complete these tasks is also provided.

o TOTALS: ALL ACTIVITY – This lists all of the Evaluation Task activities that happened during the selected timeframe.

o PER USER: ALL ACTIVITY – This breaks down all of the Evaluation Task activities that happened during the selected timeframe by User.

o DENY BREAKDOWN – This breaks down all the denials by the denial reason used.

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