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Normal and Extended Axis Website Reports

When you're adding content to your courses, the Browse > Course Widgets section has both a Report Card and a Report Card Extended. This Extended Affix is also available for Quiz History and Course Activity. But how do you decide which is the right one to include in your course?

Course Reports

Here's a chart of what you gain when you use the defaults of one over the other.

Report Card
Normal View
  • List of all current learning activities for parent course
  • Each listed activity shows the user's score, a pass / fail status, and when they completed the activity
  • Users can see their current score (using only completed learning activities) and a comprehensive score (all learning activities)
  • Users can print their report card
Extended View
  • List of all current learning activities for parent course
  • Each listed activity shows the user's score, a pass / fail status, and when they completed the activity
  • Users can see their current score (using only completed learning activities) and a comprehensive score (all learning activities)
  • Users can print their report card
  • Users can see score details on an activity-by-activity basis
  • The score activity allows users to print a certificate
  • Users can see their results by slide category as a percentage
  • Users can see all of the questions they got wrong, which includes the user's selected answer and the correct answer


Quiz History
Normal View
  • A list of learning activities for the course
  • Each activity displays the completion status, and when it was completed
  • A graph with the user's score is also displayed for quick viewing
Extended View
  • A list of learning activities for the course
  • Each activity displays the completion status, and when it was completed
  • A graph with the user's score is also displayed for quick viewing
  • Users are able to see a detailed summary for each activity
  • The detailed summary includes the ability to print their certificate
  • Users are able to view their results by category as a percentage
  • Users can see all the questions they got wrong, which will include the answer they chose and the correct answer


Course Activity
Normal View
  • A list of all the interactive material in your course is displayed
  • Everything that is listed displays how long the user has spent using the material, and the last time that they interacted with it
Extended View
  • A list of all the interactive material in your course is displayed
  • When a user views the details of a listed item, they can see all the times they interacted with the item
  • Users can see how they opened an item for every occasion(open or resumed)
  • Users can see how they ended the module for each occasion (Paused, Completed, or Auto-Saved)


The extended detail report is a template, and what is listed are the defaults. If you'd like your users to be able to print their certificate, but not view the questions they got wrong, you can submit a ticket to Atrixware requesting your template be adjusted.
The features discussed in this article may or may not be available on your LMS system.
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