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Revision as of 13:29, 8 September 2007

Location: Administration > Reports > Logs

A log can be thought of as a list of information, some might call it a table. Each line or record in the log usually contains a timestamp plus one or more fields that holds information about activity at that instant. Filters selectively reduce or focus the information shown in the report.

The log reports can also be downloaded in 3 file formats: text, ODP and Excel.


See also

  • Reports in Moodle 1.6 for Teachers (formerly called Logs)
  • Logs in Moodle 1.5