How to View Progress

With AccessAlly Pro you can view progress stats for your users.

How it Works

AccessAlly Pro (formerly ProgressAlly) allows you to view the aggregate statistics of the users on your membership site, based on the progress tracking checklists you’ve created for your individual courses and pages.

The statistics can be viewed in three main ways:

Progress reports – This displays an overview of user completion stats for all pages/posts.
Show detailed statistics in the “Statistics” tab on each post / page
By user in the users area


ProgressAlly > Reports

In your Reports page, you’ll see two different tabs:

  1. Overview
  2. Detail

1. Reports “Overview” Tab

ProgressAlly Reports Overview

In the “overview” tab, ProgressAlly provides reports on your users progress and provides their completion statistics.

Here, you can:

  • Search for page/post statistics with ease
  • See overall completion of objectives/quizzes
  • See the number of unique users who have viewed a page/post

2. Reports “Detail” Tab

Clicking deeper into a page from the “overview” tab will bring you to a more detailed view of the progress reporting/statistics associated with that particular page:Detailed Progress Report by Page

You will notice there are three tabs at the top. Progress shows a list of your objectives with how many users have completed each and a list of users who have completed all objectives as shown above.

Quiz shows how many people have accessed the page and how many have completed the quiz. as shown here.

Quiz Results

Page Views shows how many times a page has been viewed and will give a list of each time the page was viewed and by whom as shown here.

Page Views

By User

Go to Users in the WordPress admin area and select a user.

ProgressAlly Tab

From this tab you can see the users progress per page on the top. This shows overall progress per age based on objectives defined on each page. On the bottom, you can now easily see Logins, Page Access, Quizzes, Private Notes, and Downloads. You can select to show all, or each item and review everything the user has done.

Updated on November 24, 2021

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