Reports allow you to get actionable insights, reinforce important knowledge, fine-tune content and instruction based on questions a group found difficult, and identify learners who need help.
Reports are broken down into 4 sections:
Before we look in-depth at each section, let’s cover some report options.
Let’s have a look at the following options.
- Rename report
- Download report
- Print report
- Other reports
- Delete report
- Play again
- View and share podium
Click the pencil next to the report name to rename it - this will allow you to organize reports better if you played the same kahoot several times.
- If you download it to your device, it may take up to 60 seconds to download the file (depending on file size).
- If you want to save to Google drive, make sure you’re signed in to the right account at https://drive.google.com/. Our platform will save to the Google account you’re signed in to.
- If the report contains more than 40 questions, the report will only include “raw” data which you can assess by creating your own tables, charts, and pivots.
Access a printer-friendly version of this report that includes a leaderboard and question summary.
View a list of other reports on the same kahoot.
Deletes the report from your list of reports.
Play the kahoot again. You can choose if players compete against previous “ghost scores” from this report.
View and share podium
View the final podium - especially helpful for challenges. You can share a link to a challenge’s podium with others to announce winners remotely.
Here’s what you can see in the Summary section of a previous live game or challenge.
Here’s what you can see in the Summary section of an active challenge.
The bottom three sections give you valuable actionable insights.
Click on “Players” to see a detailed leaderboard with correct answers (%), unanswered questions, and final score. You can click on a player to view their results. You can also click ⋮ on a player to remove them.
You can look at analytics question by question to see how the entire group performed.
At the end of a live game, click to send out a standard feedback survey to players. Responses will be aggregated here.