To gain insights into your audience’s performance and target instruction, you can access advanced, visual reports for all your game data.
Please note: Reports include each player’s nickname and streams of data collected on each player. But we do not collect/store identifiable information on players. Aside from a 15-character limit and a profanity filter, we impose no requirements or restrictions on nicknames. Nicknames cannot be used as a reliable identifier. Reports are intended for formative assessment purposes only.
An advanced report consists of five core sections:
Here, you can understand how difficult your game was. You can switch to other reports of the same game (if it was hosted at different times), as well as download a basic spreadsheet report of the data.
- Accuracy: The percent of correct answers submitted.
- Haven’t finished: The number of players that didn’t, or haven’t yet answered all questions.
- Need help: The number of players whose accuracy was 35% or less.
- Difficult questions: The number of questions with a correct response of 35% or less.
Here, you can see players ranked by score. There are three leaderboards you can review:
- All: Full leaderboard of all players.
- Haven’t finished: Players who haven’t answered all questions.
- Need Help: Players whose accuracy was 35% or less.
Here, you can review accuracy and mean answer time for each question. Click on a question to see expanded details.
If you click anywhere on a question, you can preview any attached images or YouTube videos, as well as review answer options. Correct answers are indicated by a green checkmark.
You’ll also see an expanded breakdown of accuracy (correct-incorrect answer ratio).
Finally, you’ll see a chart that plots all answer times. The question’s time limit is broken up across 10 “response time” intervals (e.g.: 20 second limit = 10 x 2 second intervals).
After hosting a live game, you have the option to click “Get results” in the top right corner of the screen. If you do this, players will be given a short feedback form to fill out. This feedback section shows you those results. We don’t store individual player feedback, but this is a quick and easy way to pulse-check your audience on how they perceived your game.
Player Progress (Top 10)
This chart shows you the question-by-question progress of the top 10 players.