* Top 10 sites visited
* Top 10 blocked sites
* Time spent on the internet
The kicker here is there are about 12 employees in this group. As best as I can figure out so far I am forced to configure 3 reports for *each of the 12 users....or 36 reports. I dont think that number is conducive to meaningful or easy-to-read data for the GM.
I would like to find a way to generate 3 reports something like this:
* One report that includes all 12 users (known as "Group") - Top 10 sites visited
* One report that includes all 12 users (known as "Group") - Top 10 blocked sites
* One report that includes all 12 users (known as "Group") - Time spent on the internet
I called support and they suggested I post here to give you guys a poke at it. Any takers?
Also, if you have another innovative way to skin this cat, I am all ears!
Best answer by MikeRView original
Thank you for submitting this idea!
Can I ask that you post this in the "Feature Requests" section of our community? This enables other admins to give "Kudos" on the subject, others to discuss other alike reports they'd like to see and also helps to prioritize these enhancements.
After further testing, I was able to acheive this with the current product but you would have to click on one of the top ten sites to get a list of users.
I do see what you mean by not being able to export this information clearly in a "report" to give to your GM as it is more of an interactive report.
Thank you and I will pass my findings along to the Product Manager for further review.