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Are there any built-in reports that can be printed out regarding forum activity?

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mbongiov wrote:Are there any built-in reports that can be printed out regarding forum activity?


No "built in" reports ..

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No "true" reports, but there are some screen that give you basics stats. Like the main admin screen shows:

Number of posts, topics, users and
Post, Topics, Users per day

Also, the main forum index page has some stats in the Who is Online sections.

Finally, the data tables are pretty straight forward so putting together some queries / code to generate reports isn't that hard. Or another alternative is to just use some standard web log analysis tools to get overall access info.

Just curious, what info would you want "reported"?
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