The Daily Attendance Summary Report allows admins to easily pull a report for attendance based on room and status during any 32-day date range to see the number of students in attendance during that time.
If a student has check-in for a day, the report will count them as present.
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Log in on the web
Navigate to the Reports section
Click on the Daily Attendance Summary option under Room Reports
Select the Date Range
Please Note: The range cannot be more than 32 days
[Optional] Choose a Room to see students that were in attendance in that specific room, and/or Student Status
[Optional] To only report on attendance on weekdays, check the Exclude Weekend Days box
Click Create Report, when ready
Click Print or Export using the gray buttons on the right-hand corner of the report
Follow the steps above to create a report filtered for your needs
Click the gray Print button to access a printable version or Save as PDF
Click the gray Export button to email yourself a CSV of the report
Use the checkboxes or blank text field to add recipients to send to
When finished, click Send to 1 Person
In cases where a student has been checked-out but was never checked in (which can happen if the check-in record was deleted), or if the student was marked absent on a day that also has check-in/out information, you will see an error on this report. At the top of the report, you will see a banner with the total number of errors in the selected time period. You can toggle the switch to only show students with errors.
To review the type of error that has occurred and correct it:
Follow the steps above to Create a Report
Click Fix Error next to the highlighted record
Please Note: The date the error occurred will be located in the top right-hand corner of the edit box
Click the ✏️ icon to edit the record or click the 🗑 icon to delete the record
If needed, click Cancel to see the original error information
Once the banner at the top of the box reads Error Fixed, click Save changes
Please Note: This report may not capture all errors, which is why we recommend making corrections from the Student Activity Feed for a comprehensive view.