Setting the Date Range

By default, reports are set to report data from the previous 30 days. The reports date range can be updated to reflect a specific time period of interest. Preset filters are also available for common reporting periods, such as the last 7 days, the last 90 days, or a specific month or year.

Once the preferred date range is identified, be sure to select UPDATE to refresh the data displayed on the Reports Dashboard.

Using Filters

One of the most powerful features of NobleHour Reports is the ability to filter your Report on any desired combination of Member(s), Group(s), Opportunity(ies), or Community Partner(s) if applicable.

Consider these goals, each of which can be achieved using report filters:

  • A business wants to understand the impact of a specific group of volunteers.
  • A high school wants to report on the hour statuses of all members in a particular graduation year.
  • A university wants to track progress against a volunteer requirement for specific groups of students participating in service-learning courses.
  • A member wants to check their approved hours in a specific group at their organization. 

Filters can be identified via type-ahead search or by selecting the desired filter term(s) from a checklist of available items (select All>>). Multiple filters can be applied within the same category or combined across multiple categories. Once the preferred filters are identified, be sure to select UPDATE to refresh the data displayed on the Community Reports Dashboard.

The filter options may be different depending on which report you are viewing. Listed below are the filters available for each NobleHour report. 

Community Administrator Report

  • Members
  • Groups
  • Opportunities
  • Community Partners

Organization Administrator Report

  • Members 
  • Opportunities

Group Administrator Report

  • Members
  • Opportunities
  • Host Organizations

Member Impact Reports

  • Groups
  • Opportunities
  • Community Partners
  • Communities

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