Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 11:45
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Have you ever completed a training a wondered whether usage of your CiviCRM database changed as a result? Have you ever wondered who were the major database users in your organization and who might need more prodding?

The Progressive Technology Project is please to announce that now, with the Database Health Report, you can find out.

The report breaks down CiviCRM usage by users who have logged in - showing how many contacts they have modified and how many activities they are involved in. You can filter by user, role, or date range. .

Although packaged as a CiviCRM native extension, it currently depends on Drupal (patches welcome!). Also - the latest release depends on CiviCRM 4.4. If you'd like to give it a try before it makes it into the extensions directory, you can download it directly.



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Thanks for sharing.

This looks cool.  I know an organisation that produces monthly activity based civireports which are used during staff supervisions - you could potentially use these for a similar use case.