Analytics – Game feed and student overview


*You need a school license to see the full analytics.

The Analytics (analytics_icon.png) section informs you about what’s happening in your class with your students. You have two different types of information, which you can choose from the upper part of the screen:

Game feed

Click on the “Game Feed” button (mceclip0.png) in the upper part of your Game Dashboard to view a complete list of events for your class. Unlike the information in your Activity Center, you can’t filter the game feed. Entries are listed chronologically from newest to oldest.

You can only delete game feed entries in the Activity Center. To do so, click the “...” icon to open the submenu and select “Delete.” Remove an entry will remove it from the Analytics but will not revert the consequences (for example, if your student leveled up after gaining XP.)


Tip: Try using the to-dos and notifications to get a clearer picture of what’s happening in your class.

Student Overview

The Student Overview is a behavioral scorecard that keeps track of  a student’s performance over time in comparison with the class average. Select a date range and choose whether you want to toggle on "Show Grade Converter Events" to see HPXP, and GP changes logged from the Grade Converter. You can also toggle on “Show Multi-Class Events” to see the student's performance across all the classes they're playing in.

Analytics keep track of behavioral data from Quests, Class Tools, preset values, and many other sources! (This does not include data around GP spent on gear, for example.)

When you click the green “Filter” button, the game will update the graphs for HPXP, and GP based on the info you set. These graphs will show you the student’s performance (the bold line) as well as the class average (the faint line). The “Top Events” list under each graph will indicate any frequent repeat behaviors.

If you prefer, you can view a list of events for the student you selected. To do so, click on the “Show List View” button in the top right corner. Like with the graphs, you can set filters to change what information you see.

Click on the “Print” button to preview the page in a printer-friendly format, whether you're using the Overview with graphs or the List View.

If you want to create your own table based on Analytics data, click on the green “Export All” button in the top right corner to download a .csv file.

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