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Feature #11941

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CSV export for Reckoning data

Added by Boone Gorges about 3 years ago. Updated about 2 years ago.

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Resolved
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Category name:
Reckoning
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2019-10-03
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From #11937:

2. Can we build in an option to export the Reckoning data to CSV? We probably only need to export info from the user summary overview, not the second page with full length posts.

Laurie, can you please provide some more specifics on where you'd expect the interface to appear and what it should include?
- I'd assume, for example, that we only need the ability to export Reckoning data for an entire site, not on an individual user basis - but it could be that I have this the wrong way round.
- What info would be included? User names, display names? Would the export just have total counts for each user? Or would it be more specific, with links and/or content to specific items? If the latter, it would probably be necessary to have a separate CSV for counts, since the export columns would be along the lines of 'User name', 'post URL', 'comment URL', and the export would contain a row for each item instead of each user. Or maybe we need three exports: counts, posts, comments? To answer this, it would be helpful to describe the gradebook workflow you envision. (Presumably we'd also include WP Grade Comments info if available, but this would also be on a per-post/comment basis.)


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screen 1.png (298 KB) screen 1.png Laurie Hurson, 2019-10-03 02:27 PM
Screen 2 Extended User Summary.png (624 KB) Screen 2 Extended User Summary.png Laurie Hurson, 2019-10-03 02:27 PM
reckoning-csv.png (22.6 KB) reckoning-csv.png Raymond Hoh, 2020-10-28 07:00 PM

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Related to CUNY Academic Commons - Feature #11937: Integration between WP Grade Comments and ReckoningResolvedBoone Gorges2019-10-03

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