In Docebo, each user has their own activities area where they can check info, statistics, course to-do lists, and social and external activities. In order to access this area, select the Main Menu icon from the top left corner of the platform, then select the My Activities item. This area is divided into various sections with graphs, information, to-do lists, and activity reports related to your learning experience.
This area summarizes general user information, such as user level, email, any groups in which the user is placed, subscription date, last access date, total time spent in the platform, and the number of active courses in which the user is enrolled. Below, you can find graphs related to course progress and activity, course views (calculated by total time spent in the course), and various performance numbers for courses.
In this section, users will find the list of courses in which they are enrolled. Each row will display the course name and code, the user’s status in the course, the dates for which the user was enrolled and completed the course, the number of credits associated with the course (if applicable), the total time the user has pent in the course, and the user’s final score for the course (if applicable). Note: If the expiration date is red, the course does not have a soft deadline, meaning the expiration date will effectively block the user’s access to the course.
In this tab, you can find a list of classroom course sessions in which you are enrolled. Each row will display course and session information, the date of enrollment, the number of hours attended, the status of the user in the session, and the user’s score. By pressing the course and session information, the learner will be directed to the classroom’s page. Superadmins, Power Users, or Instructors for that course will be redirected to the course’s management area.
In this section, users will find the list of learning plans in which they are enrolled. Each row will display the learning plan name and code, the number of courses in the learning plan, and the learner’s progress in the learning plan (displayed as a percentage).
External Training Activities
Sometimes, your company may want you to report training activities performed outside your platform. In your platform, you’re able to upload your external training activities and certificates. To learn more about reporting and managing external training activities, refer to this article.
In this tab, you can find the badges that have been awarded to you based on your various achievements inside of the platform. Each row will display the name of the badge, the points associated with the badge, the date of issue, and the event for which you earned the badge.
Here, users can find a summary of their social activities related to forums, which includes the total number of posts, the number of opened discussions, average post rating, post rating details, and weekly forum activity.
In this tab, you can find a list of webinar sessions in which you are enrolled. Each row will display course and session information, the date of enrollment, and the status of the user in the webinar session. By pressing the course and session information, the learner will be directed to the webinar’s page. Superadmins, Power Users, or Instructors for that course will be redirected to the course’s management area.
In this area, you can view all of the certifications you’ve earned. Each row will display the certification’s title, description, date of issue, date of expiration, and the amount of time in which the certification should be renewed.
Questions & Answers
This tab provides an overview regarding quality, quantity, and timing of both questions and answers. Statistics include: number of questions asked and answered; number of answers that have likes, dislikes, or the Best Answer marker; activity per channel, and where the user falls in the rankings for answer quality, first-to-answer rate, and participation rate.
This tab provides an overview of the assets shared by the user. Statistics include: the average rating of all of the user’s shared assets, the number of shared content, the total number of views of all of the shared content, the average watch page, activity per channel, and graphs displaying the timelines of asset shares and views.