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The Analytics App is a powerful tool you can use to have an overview of who is using what on your platform. You can check how many hits sites are getting, who has set assignments as well as who is logging in and how long they are spending logged in to the platform. You can search for Sites and Assignments by Tag or Author and can filter your results easily to drill down to the information you want to see. To give one example, this might be useful if you wanted to know how many Year 11's are logging in and visiting a new GCSE resources site or if you wanted to know how many GCSE test assignments had been set for Year 11's throughout the year and which teachers have set them. On each search (apart from the dashboard), the results are displayed with an easy to read line graph as well as a pie chart but there is also the ability to export the results to a CSV file which you can then use to display the data in any format you would like. 

On the left hand side of the Analytics window you can see the options: Sites, Assignments and Users. If you click on Assignments, you are immediately shown the amount of assignments created over the last 30 days by all users. The Overview shows you the assignments created during the time period specified via a line graph and a pie chart. The 'All Assignments Statistics' at the bottom of the page allows you to filter the assignments by Titles, Authors and Tag. As with sites, you can select which profiles you would like to search on and you can specify a start date and and end date to your search. Furthermore, you can also export all this information to CSV. 

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