@ajglenn42 , as of now, below are the Reports available for Webinar.
Attendee Report: Displays details about each attendee, such as when they joined, left, total time in session. If registration is enabled, the attendee report will provide if registrants attended or not. Attendees listed in theOther Attendedsection typically include dial-in phone attendees and Zoom Room participants.
Performance Report: Displays engagement statistics on registration, attendance and feedback.
Q&A Report: Displays questions and answers from the webinar. Answers are arranged vertically under the question. This report also displays the participants that asked questions along with the question/answer times.
Poll Report: Displays each attendee's poll result.
These reports can be exported in a CSV format for further analysis. Reports are available for the previous year.
You should generate attendee, performance, Q&A, poll, and surveyreports after your webinar has ended. If you generated a report before starting the webinar, you should re-generate the report to obtain the data collected during the webinar. Onlypolling reportscan be generated during the live session, after the poll has ended.
If a poll is relaunched in a webinar, the poll report will only display the last poll occurrence. If you know you will need to launch the same poll twice and want both sets of data, consider creating a second poll with the same questions as the original to avoid relaunching.
If the host or co-host changes their name, the name of a panelist, or the name of an attendee in a webinar, the updated name will be shown in the attendee report with the original name in parentheses. This does not apply to Zoom Rooms.
Other information like prerequisites for generating report and how to generate reports are outlined here .
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