Articles Tagged 'activity'

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Creating a Report of User Activity and Effort

A customer asked us if we could provide a report of all the activity by users across all projects and programs. In the future we plan on having built in screens for resource managers to be able to see user activity across all projects without needing to run a report. However this report will give you the information in the meantime.

My Actions are Not Recorded

By design Rapise tries to record user activity on the highest possible level. This makes recorded actions more readable and universal. However that sometimes means that certain actions that a user performs won't be automatically picked up. This guide explains ways to handle situations when a specific user activity is not recorded.

My Actions are Not Recorded
By design Rapise tries to record user activity on the highest possible level. This makes recorded actions more readable and universal (often several lower-level user actions are combined)

Rapise uses a heuristics to distinguish meaningful activity from low level actions. In some cases this leads to a result that some user activity is not automatically recorded (for example, a mouse click before entering  text in a box). There is a broad range of available UI platforms and libraries. The variety of graphical widgets makes user interface robust and beautiful. Rapise tries to recognize as much objects as possible. However this range is growing and there are always widgets that are not being recorded.
Recording Mouse Activity
This guide describes the different types of mouse events and how they are recorded in Rapise.