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How can I track attendee names for an archived webinar?

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Apr 24, 2014 Apr 24, 2014

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Hello:

Tracking the names of attendees of a live webinar in Adobe Connect is no problem. However, what I want to do is track the names of people who access an archived webinar. We know how to track the number of views for archived webinars, but I want to know the names of the people viewing the archived webinar. How can I do this?

I do not want to use the more complicated Events Module if that requires people to sign in with an Adobe ID - that will add more confusion to finding the webinar which is a bad thing.

Thanks, in advance, for any help.

Brandon

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LEGEND , Apr 24, 2014 Apr 24, 2014

You may have asked this in the other Connect user form, but if not, here is the link to the answer there: http://www.connectusers.com/forums/topic/9507/tracking-views-of-recordings/

This isn't really possible without either require user authentication to the recording, the Events module or the Training module (both of which use user authentication). When the recording is publicly available, it never asks for any kind of user information, so there is nothing to track. This is true for all content

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You may have asked this in the other Connect user form, but if not, here is the link to the answer there: http://www.connectusers.com/forums/topic/9507/tracking-views-of-recordings/

This isn't really possible without either require user authentication to the recording, the Events module or the Training module (both of which use user authentication). When the recording is publicly available, it never asks for any kind of user information, so there is nothing to track. This is true for all content objects.

For what it's worth, the Events module doesn't ask for an Adobe ID, it is a tool to allow the users to create their own account within your Connect system. Though it does now offer the ability to use social media login credentials if you want.

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That's what I needed to know. Thank you Jorma!

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