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Event report
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Written by Daniel Wolf
Updated over a week ago


Strigo provides a report for finished events.

The report allows you to analyze various aspects of the event.

This can be valuable in many cases:

  1. Improve delivery by re-watching and analyzing the event.

  2. Improve curriculum by tracking how engaged the learners are throughout the event.

  3. Track specific learners by detecting the high and low performers.

What does the report include?

The report has several sections:

  1. High-level information about the event.

  2. Activity timeline:

    1. Shows learner engagement over time.

    2. If the event was recorded, it also shows the recording of the event.

  3. Learner highlights - high and low performers.

  4. Chat participation - segmentation of learner and trainer participation based on chat messages.

  5. Enrollees table - more detailed information about each learner in the event.

  6. Chat transcript - the transcript of the public messaging channel

High-level information

The top section provides general data about the event:

Notice the "Exclude from reports" check box - it allows you to exclude this specific event from aggregated reports. This is useful if you know this is a test event and you don't want it to skew your live event reports.

Activity Timeline

The activity timeline helps you analyze curriculum and delivery based on how engaged learners were throughout the event.

It provides two key pieces of information:

  1. At any point in time, it shows the number of learners that were considered active, based on Strigo's activity tracking.

  2. At the bottom, it shows the main activity of the class.
    It's based on an aggregation of the majority of the learners.

    There are three possible statuses:

    1. Following the presenter (probably in a lecture).

    2. Self-work (probably lab time).

    3. Inactive (a break or a drop in engagement).


For events that last more than 12 hours, the graph will show multiple pages that you can navigate:


If a recording was activated for the event, it will show as part of the activity timeline.

The recording represents the perspective of a generic learner.

More about recordings can be found here.


The recordings will be split into clips of 4 hours.

Chat participation

This section allows you to analyze how engaged learners are based on their participation in the chat. The data is split into two parts:

  1. User overview - shows the ratio between learner and trainer participation. It allows you to understand how much learners are engaged in general.

  2. Learner chat sent - shows a breakdown of how engaged learners were in tiers. Each bar indicates a more engaged tier - starting with sending 0 messages (i.e. not engaged at all), sending 1-20 messages, sending 21-40 messages, etc. The more messages sent, the more engaged a learner had been. Each bar then shows what portion of the learners belongs in that tier. The fewer learners in the left-most tier, the better.

Learner highlights

This section allows you to get insights about specific high and low performers.

The breakdown is based on Strigo's activity tracking for every learner.

The most active learners will be in the "Champion learners" section, and the least active ones will be in the "Learners at risk" section.

This can allow you to find your champions, or learners you want to focus on, in a glimpse.

Enrollee table

A the top, change the Analytics tab to Enrollees Table.

This section shows more details about each attendee:

  1. Role.

  2. Join time.

  3. Activity - based on Strigo's activity tracking.

Chat transcript

A transcript of all messages in the public channel is available for download in JSON format

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