Tin Canny LearnDash Reporting
Important: This plugin requires PHP version 5.6 or higher as well as the latest version of LearnDash. Tin Can use is optional; this plugin can be used exclusively for advanced LearnDash reporting.
The Tin Canny LearnDash Reporting plugin adds a Learning Record Store to your LearnDash site as well as powerful reporting tools. The reporting tools can be used with or without Tin Can, and use of the optional Pro suite of modules for the Uncanny LearnDash Toolkit adds time metrics to the reports.
This paid plugin adds the following features to your LearnDash site:
- Tin Can and SCORM Statement Tracking: Track Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, iSpring and H5P statements inside your native WordPress LRS.
- Dashboard Report: See LearnDash course completion and Tin Can statement trends at a glance.
- Course Reports: Monitor course activity at a glance.
- User Reports: Drill down to review LearnDash and Tin Can activity by individual user and course.
- Storyline, Captivate and iSpring Uploader: Upload your Tin Can modules and have them displayed by on-page embed, lightbox, or even in a new window.
Before you start using the plugin, we strongly recommend you review the Tin Canny LearnDash Reporting Knowledge Base articles. Read through the plugin overview, installation guide, Uploader instructions, the list of supported elearning authoring tools as well as detailed articles about the 3 main report types.
Because this plugin tracks a lot of new data in a Learning Record Store and includes server-intensive report generation capabilities, we strongly recommend you consider this in your choice of WordPress hosting. Generic shared hosting is not recommended. WP Engine is a good fit for small and mid-sized sites.
Please note that licensing is on an annual basis and includes plugin updates and support. Early renewals receive a 30% discount.
== Installation ==
1. Verify that the site is using PHP version 5.6 or higher and the latest version of LearnDash.
2. Upload the contents of the plugin zip file to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory.
3. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.