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How to Create a Capacities Report
How to Create a Capacities Report

How to generate a report showing the number of Enrollees enrolled in a Class or Program

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Written by Serena Edwards
Updated over a week ago

To generate a report on the number of individuals enrolled in a specific Program or Class, you can use the Capacities Report feature. First, head to your Dashboard and click on the Capacities tab, then follow the steps below.

Choose Location

On the left side, you will see Capacities by Location. If you have more than one Location, you can use the Location selector in the top right of the application to see the Capacities for each of your Programs and Classes in each Location.

Capacities in Enrollsy

Choose Enrollment Period

Capacities are organized by Location first, then by Enrollment Period. If you have more than one Enrollment Period, whichever one you have checked will be the one Capacities are shown for. Click the Enrollment Period you want to see (you can only view Capacities one Enrollment Period at a time).

Capacities in Enrollsy

Percentages by Day

You'll see a blue box with a percentage in the middle of the page. This is the current percentage of Capacity for all Programs at that Location. Hovering over the "i" will show you the percentages by day (days Programs run).

percentages by day (Capacities in Enrollsy)

Capacities by Program

Click the "By Program" tab to view the Capacities by Program. In the By Program section, you can view the following:

  • Program Capacities by percentage

  • The number of Enrollees enrolled in each Program

Capacity by program in Enrollsy

Capacities by Class

Click the "By Class" tab to view each Classroom's Capacities at a glance. Here you can view the following:

  • Class Capacities by percentage

  • The number of Enrollees enrolled in each Class

Export Report

Click the export icon to export the Capacities by Program or by Class to a spreadsheet.

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