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Explorer ,
Dec 20, 2016

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I have been trying to create a custom report that shows ALL training assignments for EVERYONE with assigned training that will be due (overdue/late) in 7 days. I don't really care about a chart, just the Learner's Name, Training (Certificate, Course, etc.) and the date it is due. Is this doable?

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 16, 2017

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Phil,

Sorry to see that this thread had been overlooked. I'm afraid it must not have been seen during our winter shutdown. I've asked Jesse or Hema to get back to you with some suggestions. They may have a few questions about the desired report. At first pass it would seem that you could use the courses assigned / completed - but I think that what you are looking for is to display only those courses that are due within the upcoming week, is that correct?

--Allen

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Jan 20, 2017

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Yes. I'm looking for reports that will enable me to be proactive when trainees/students are approaching missing assignments. I need 1) Name of certification or course, 2) Name of trainee/student 3) Due date. In the form of a chart. Graphs aren't as helpful. Thanks!

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