Following up on September's theme of data & analytics, we wanted to share a few improvements our teams recently made to the Performance dashboard:
Excellent update, thank you @Bella and the rest of the Udemy team.
Is it possible to get that data more than 12-months back (meaning the new practice exam data)?
Hi @Thor, great question! We’re actively looking into this and hopeful we’ll be able to provide it. While it’s unlikely that we’ll end up with an all-time lookback, we’ve heard repeatedly that looking back longer than a year lets you better account for seasonal trends and make use of the data provided.
Hi @Bella ,
thank you very much for the update!
But I don't understand it, how do I get "minutes consumed per active learner"?
Here is an example of one of my courses, do I have to calculate 4463/101 = 44,1 (minutes per active user) myself or where could I find that number 44,1 in the dashboard for this example below?
Thank you in advance!
Hi @SebiGloeckner, thanks for asking! You should see this information directly below the graph shown in your screenshot. Could you take another look and let me know if you were able to find it? If you need further assistance, I'll be right here! 😊
Hi @Bella , could you please clarify how the time consumed per-practice test, quiz, etc. is calculated (based on browser time, text size, or any other criteria)?
I'd like to remind you that the time consumed per quiz, and practice test i.e. can change for each student.
For example, a student may complete a quiz within 15 minutes whereas the other may complete it within 100 minutes. How Udemy calculates the consumed time?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Hi @OracleMaster, that's a very good question!
It’s calculated much like video content, using the actual time a learner spends engaging with each quiz. There isn’t any kind of standard formula using the length of the question or the number of answer choices — just how long a student in the app or in their browser spends taking the quiz.
I hope this helps!
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