Wondering what each of those reports on your site are about? Here you can find descriptions for each report available to you! To learn more about exporting, filtering, or finding these reports on your site, click here. We've separated the reports by the categories in which they appear on your site.
- Standard Reports
- Data Explorers
ⓘ So you know: If you favorite a report, then those appear at the top in a Favorites category. We don't cover Custom or Favorites in the glossary, since what appears in those categories is dependent on each organization's individual reporting needs.
Volunteer Attendance Report
|Do you need to see who attended specific shifts for your volunteer Needs? With this report you can see who attended and check the hours they submitted too!|
|Want to check in on your Needs? This report details how your Needs are doing so you can see which ones have the most volunteer engagement and which ones may need some attention.|
Volunteer Hours Logged
|This report shows you the impact your volunteers have made in the community! See who responded to which Needs and the hours they submitted for them! The Source column shows you how those hours were logged and who logged them. |
Details of Individual Hours
|Here you can find details about individual hours submitted to your site—the hours that weren't associated to a specific volunteer Need posted on your site.|
|Needs Summary||This report gives you a breakdown of how much interaction your Needs have received within a selected month.|
|Here you can view information about Needs that were added to your site within a selected date range.|
|Want to see how many views your Needs have received within a selected date range? This is great for determining which Needs may need a bit of promoting to boost volunteer awareness and engagement.|
Need Responses by Initiative
|Here you can view all responses to Needs within a specific Initiative.|
|Want to review data about your site's Initiatives? This is the report for you! You can check how many responses an Initiative has and how many separate users responded too!|
|Do you need to see who's volunteering today or within a specific date range? You can see how many shifts have been filled, which shifts need more volunteers, who has responded, and even who's available!|
|This report gives you a detailed breakdown about responses submitted for shifts within a specific date range. You can also see hours that were submitted when a volunteer checked in to a shift or that they logged manually.|
Volunteer Hours Summary
|Here you can find a summary of individual volunteer hours submitted to your site. This report includes the volunteers names, emails, and hours reported. It's a great way to review how much time your volunteers have contributed individually to your organization!|
|Hours by User Group||This report shows you how many hours your User Groups have contributed to your organization! You can use this report to determine which User Groups are the most active and which might need a little encouragement for more engagement.|
|FEMA: Volunteer Data for Reimbursement||This report captures important details about volunteer contributions during disasters and is intended to provide key information for reimbursement by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).|
|Virtual Needs||Here you can review details about your virtual Needs, like hours, responses, and status!|
|Curious about the volunteer responses to your custom registration questions? This report shows you how many volunteers have responded to your custom registration questions and their responses too!|
|Here you can review the statuses of qualifications submitted on your site! You can see who submitted a qualification, their contact information, their response, and the status of it. This is great for reviewing who's currently qualified and who might need to resubmit a qualification.|
|This report is great for reviewing important metrics about your user groups. You can see who your user group leaders are, which Needs are the most popular and most viewed by the user groups they're assigned to, and which volunteer has the most hours and responses for their assigned user group.|
|This report shows you which email domains are the most common on your site that aren't already assigned to a user group. You can then determine which users might be potential prospects for a new user group!|
|You can export this list to a spreadsheet to then print name tags for your volunteers!|
|This report was designed for Dollars for Doers. Volunteers can only specify their favorite Agencies if you've enabled that field as part of their profile setup.|
|Here you can see which days saw the most new volunteer signups on your site!|
|This report lets you see where you volunteers are located. This can help you pair volunteers with Needs in their area!|
|Are you curious about how long it takes for a new user to respond to a Need? This report shows you that data, which is great for better understanding how quickly your volunteers interact with Needs on your site once they've signed up!|
Note: The numbers shown in the columns of this report include deleted users and responses.
|Here you can find information about how many times volunteers respond to your Needs!|
|This report shows you data for volunteers with multiple responses to your Needs—great for seeing how active your volunteers are and who keeps coming back to contribute to your organization!|
|User Group Summary||Want to compare data about your user groups? This is the report for you!|
|User Qualification Summary||This report gives you a quick summary about your qualifications. It includes the number of volunteers with active, pending, or expired answers to the qualifications, the number of Needs with qualifications, and more!|
|Top 50 Volunteers||This report shows you the top 50 volunteers that have responded to the most Needs. This report is great for celebrating your most active volunteers!|
|This report lets you review which Agency's Needs are the most popular. You could use this information to mimic the success of that Agency's Needs with others.|
|Here you can see which Agencies are very active on your site and which might need some encouragement.|
|Want to know when an Agency was last updated and how well they're doing? This report can help with that!|
|Want to see when an Agency was added, how many Fans it has, and the number of Needs it's posted? This report can help with that!|
|This report can give you an idea of which Agencies draw the most attention from visitors to your site. If one Agency has more views than the others, you might consider updating the ones with less views to try and boost engagement.|
|Want to see which events are receiving the most attention from your volunteers? This report shows you the number of "Yes", "No", and "Maybe" RSVPs your events have received!|
|If your site has the Disaster Response Module (DRM) included, then you can use this report to quickly see which of your volunteers have the skills and services needed in the event of a disaster.|
|This report lets you view all the user donations made on all sites connected to your own. It includes the user's information, the site domain they donated on, how much they donated, and more!|
|Here you can see the number of donations made to your site from each site connected to it.|
External CRM Reports
ⓘ So you know: These reports were created to make it easier to export data from your site to import into another CRM, like Raiser's Edge or other Blackbaud products. These reports only pull data specific to your site.
|This report exports data about users in your system and formats them for an import into Blackbaud. The Import ID is the Connect ID, and the Constituent ID is the External ID.|
|This report exports data about relevant address information for all users on your site. The Import ID is the Connect ID.|
|This report exports data about all information relevant to a user's company for all users on your site. The Import ID is the Connect ID and the Constituent ID is the Reference ID.|
|This report exports all of the users on your site so they can be imported as "Volunteers". The Import ID is the Connect ID and the Constituent ID is the Reference ID.|
|This report exports all the hours data from your site. The Constituent Import ID is the user's Connect ID, the Time Sheet Import ID is the Hour ID, the Job Import ID is the Need ID, and the Department is the Agency they volunteered with. The location is pulled from the address information for the Need. All hours are given an "individual" value for VolType, and the Category is the Agency ID.|
|The report exports all of the Needs on your site. The Job Category is the Agency Name. Completed status is determined by whether or not the Need has ended. The Job Import ID is the Need ID. All jobs are assigned a Volunteer Type of "Individual".|
|This report pulls all active users in your system and formats them for an import into eTapestry. The Account Numbers field is drawn from the External ID. We recommend that you add the Volunteer Field Set to your system.|
|This report pulls all non-inactive, non-denied hours in your system so that they can be imported as a Volunteer entry type of Journal. The Account Numbers field is drawn from the External ID. The Project and Subject are both based on the Need title. The Location is based on the Need address. We recommend that you add the Volunteer Field Set to your ssy|
Site Activity Reports
|Want to see specific data about your site's daily activities within a specific time range? This is the report for you! You can see how many new Agency Needs were submitted to your site, how many views your Agencies have received, the number of new users, and more!|
|This report lets you quickly view your site's activities for any specific calendar month!|
|This report lets you quick view your site's activities for a specific quarter!|
|This report shows your site's activity from the first week your site went online and on!|
|This report shows you which days your site is the most active. This is great for planning social media announcements to boost volunteer engagement or share news and updates!|
|Want to know which skills are the most important to your community? This is the report for you!|
Your Agency Data Explorer report shows you:
- How active your Agencies are and which ones might need encouragement to boost volunteer engagement.
- Up to one year's worth of data at a time—which you can filter the specific date range you want to review.
- Important details about the Agencies on your site!
Your Need Data Explorer report shows you:
- How your Needs are doing!
- Up to one year's worth of data at a time—which can be filtered to a specific date range.
- Important details about the Needs on your site!
Your User Data Explorer report shows you:
- How active your volunteers are on your site.
- Important data about the users on your site.
Your Response Data Explorer report lets you review responses to your organization's Needs—including who responded, what Agency the Need is associated with, response status, and more!
Your Hours Data Explorer report details the volunteer hours submitted to your site!
Your Fan Data Explorer shows you information about the volunteers that have fanned your Agencies!
- This is great for determining which Agencies are popular with your volunteers and which might need attention to boost engagement!
Want to see a breakdown of who has donated to your organization and the status of their donation? The Donation Data Explorer can help with that!
Want to see how many RSVPs have been submitted for your events? Your Event Data Explorer includes important details about your events, what Agency it's associated with, the status, the number of RSVPs, and more!
Want to see who has submitted RSVPs for your events? Check out your RSVP Data Explorer for that information and more!
Want to learn more? Click here for more details about Data Explorers!
Some sites have language overrides in place. You might see Agencies on one, and Agencies on another. Or, you might see Needs on one or Needs on another. If you would like to discuss language overrides for your site, please contact our Customer Experience team for details.So you know: