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Use worklogs to time-track learner progress on projects.

Updated over a week ago

By utilizing worklogs, learners can log the time spent on tasks for each project they are working om. This allows educators and employers to track the tasks learners have been working on and the number of hours completed throughout the duration of the project.

Main benefits of having your learners use a worklog:

  • Help learners organize their time spent on tasks.

  • Provide transparency into the tasks being worked on, allowing administrators and other team members to see progress in real-time.

  • Serves as a personal documentation tool for learners, recording completed tasks for future reference during project completion or when pursuing new opportunities.

How to

Enable or disable the learner worklog

To enable or disable the worklog, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the experience you want to enable or disable the learner worklog for.

  2. Click on the experience's “Settings” tab.

  3. Select the “Features” tab under the “Project Management" section.

  4. Go to the “Learner work logs" section. Here you will be able to enable or disable the worklog for all learners on the experience.

Worklogs are enabled by default on each experience.

View a team’s worklog

To view a learner or team’s worklog, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the “Learners” tab of your experience.

  2. Then, click the “Teams” tab and select the team you want to view.

  3. When viewing the team, click on the “Worklog” tab. Here, you will be able to view the tasks logged by learners. You'll see the name of the user who logged the task, the task name, its description, the time spent on it, and the date it was completed.

Best practices

  • Encourage learners to log time entries as they work on tasks or immediately after completing them to ensure accuracy and avoid forgetting details about the work performed.

  • Advise learners to select task names that clearly describe the work performed, avoiding vague or ambiguous terms. For example, instead of "Meeting," use "Team kickoff meeting - Project X Planning".

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