Produce Reports for Members, Offers and Requests, Exchanges, Birthdays, and more

Updated for CW v2.2

From the Control Panel you can quickly produce a number of built-in, standard reports.

Please note that the data export to a CSV file includes all the Timebank's data for that section of Community Weaver.  The CSV file is not created from the search results. To search, sort or limit the contents of the CSV file, you will need to use a spread sheet program (MS Excel or OpenOffice Calc) or a database program or any other program that can read and work with CSV files.

If you do not see exactly the report you would like to produce:

  • You can always export the full member roster, member balances report, member activity summary, all current offers and requests report, or exchange history into any spreadsheet program or database program and sort and/or filter the data according to your own preferences.

In the Members section, in the top right-hand colum:

  • Use the Admin Member Rosters (RSS CSV) and Reports to find members based on name or username or to see all members that belong to certain affiliations or neighborhoods.  Export your custom search to a .csv file or an rss feed by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.
  • Use the Member Balances (CSV) report to see hours sent and earned by user.  Sort by clicking on the column headers.  Export your custom search to a .csv file by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.
  • Use the Member Activity Summary (CSV) report to see the number of exchanges, balance of hours, and last access by user.  Search by member first, last or full name, neighborhood, or affiliation.  Sort by clicking on the column headers.  Export your custom search to a .csv file by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.
  • Use the Upcoming Birthdays (CSV) report to see members with upcoming birthdays.  Export your custom search to a .csv file by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.
  • Use the Members Without Exchanges report to see all members who have not recorded any exchanges.

In the Service Ads section, in the middle of the right-hand colum:

  • Use the All Current Offers and Requests (RSS & CSV) report to find all current service ads based on date, category, neighborhood, affiliation, or keyword.  Export your custom search to a .csv file or an rss feed by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.  This is the essentially same report as the View All Service Ads report available to all members, except that the one available to all members does not have a date range, active and roles search filters and cannot export .csv files.
  • Use the Offers (RSS & CSV) report to find all current offers based on date, category, neighborhood, affiliation, keyword, or username.  Add additional fields to your report and hold down control or the apple command key to select multiple fields.  Export your custom search to a .csv file or an rss feed by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.  This is the essentially same report as the View All Offers report available to all members, except that the one available to all members does not have a date range search filter and cannot export .csv files.
  • Use the Requests (RSS & CSV) report to find all current offers based on date, category, neighborhood, affiliation, keyword, or username.  Add additional fields to your report and hold down control or the apple command key to select multiple fields.  Export your custom search to a .csv file or an rss feed by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.  This is the essentially same report as the View All Requests report available to all members, except that the one available to all members does not have a date range search filter and cannot export .csv files.
  • Use the Expired Service Ads report to find all expired offers and requests based on time, category, neighborhood, affiliation, keyword, or username.  Add additional fields to your report by holding down control key or the apple command key.  Reactivate an expired service ad by clicking on it, changing the expiration date to a new date in the future, and saving the service ad.  Examples of specifying how long since the service ad expired:  "4 weeks ago" or "1 month ago".

In the Exchanges section, in the bottom of the right-hand colum:

  • Use the Exchange History (RSS & CSV) report to find a list exchanges ads based on date range, neighborhood, affiliation, keyword, provider, or recipient.  Sort by clicking on the column headers.  Export your custom search to a .csv file or an rss feed by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.
  • Use the Frequently Exchanges Services (CSV) report to exhange numbers and hours totals by category.  Export your custom search to a .csv file by clicking the icon in the lower left-hand corner.