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📡Radar: Evaluate how well your course is performing
📡Radar: Evaluate how well your course is performing

See learners moving through the Path and identify where they may be struggling.

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Written by Laurie Garcia
Updated over a week ago

With our "Radar" feature, you can tell where learners are on the Path, where people might be getting stuck, and how many people have completed the course and each lesson and step in the course. 

See where they are

The presence of a learner's avatar, or profile image, on a step indicates that this is their next step to take. In other words, it's the next incomplete step on their path.

For example, out of 570 people who enrolled in this course so far (see top right), 236 completed the entire lesson (bottom). The rest are either actively working through the course, or have exited without completing. For example, there are 91 whose next step is the first step in the course (they haven't started yet).

As learners move through the course, you'll see the numbers adjust accordingly - in real time! 

See where they're getting stuck

You can use the Cohort Stats tool to see how your learners are doing on a particular Step, Lesson, or your entire Path:

Tap on the Stats icon to see more detail about how many have completed the item and the average score (if points are assigned).

Hover over a particular learner and click or tap their profile picture to jump directly to their profile card.

💡Tip: Avatars may appear on a locked step, since the next incomplete step on their path may be a locked step; this doesn't necessarily mean they are currently viewing the content of the step.

If you notice a much lower than average completion rate for a particular Step or Lesson, that could indicate that your learners need some extra help understanding the concept. Consider sending a message to your class or to individual learners to help them get unstuck.

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