Master page reports

Master page reports are like Booking page reports, only instead of having to view each Booking page separately, the Master page report provides a consolidated view of all activity under the Master page.

Master page reports address the following needs:

  • Understand overall Master page activity for a given period of time – Allow understanding of the overall activity and how it is divided between the different Master pages.
  • Understand detailed activity for a single Master page – The Master page can represent a person, a resource or location, and there is a need to understand its activity.
  • Provide an agenda by Master page – You can easily export your Master page report to Excel, CSV, or PDF.

Rules for Master page reports

  1. The report only displays the activity in included Booking pages when bookings are made via the Master page. Booking page activity for included pages that is booked outside the Master page is not displayed.
  2. In the summary report, the default sorting is by Activity, placing the Master page with the highest number of activities on top.
  3. If a Master page was deleted, we will still show all the activities that were generated from this page, provided that they were generated during the reporting date range. The deleted Master page will show in gray text with [deleted] next to it.
  4. In the detail report for a specific Master page, the default sorting places the earliest Meeting time on top. 
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