Exporting the Parent Pulse Check™ Report as a CSV

Learn how to export a CSV of your Pulse Check™ Report.

 

Need instructions for exporting the District Report as a CSV? Read this Help Article.

 
Exporting the school Pulse Check™ Report as a CSV

STEP 1: Log in to https://www.weeklypossip.com/login and select "reports."

STEP 2: Click the "export CSV" button next to the Pulse Check™ Report you'd like to download.

The reports page, with the "Export CSV" button circled and a message that says "Success! Please check your email for the requested export."

STEP 3: Check your inbox for an email with your CSV export. 

Don't see your CSV export? It will send a file directly to your email. If you do not see it after refreshing, make sure to check your spam or junk folder.

The CSV Export Headers:

The first part of the export includes school, student, and parent data, with headers such as:

School Name | Campus Name | Department | District Name | School Type | School Level | Title I Eligible | Contact First Name | Contact Last Name | Phone Number | Phone Type | Email | Language | Student Names | Student IDs

An excel export that includes the column headers: School Name | School Name | Campus Name | Department | District Name | School Type | School Level | Title I Eligible | Contact First Name | Contact Last Name | Phone Number | Phone Type | Email | Language | Student Names | Student IDs

If a respondent decided to comment anonymously, you will not see their name or contact information in the export. Want advice for responding to anonymous feedback? Check out this Help Article.

The second part of the export includes student grade data. 

The second part of the export includes student grade data, with grades PK-12 listed.
The third part of the export includes Pulse Check™ responses. You will be able to see if a parent decided to share their name or not, you'll see when their response was created, how they answered the sentiment question, any translations, responses to Bonus Questions™ if there was one asked, any praise or feedback.
The third part of the export includes Pulse Check responses with column headers such as "share name | answer created at | sentiment question | translation | bonus question | translation | praise | translation | feedback | translation | comment