Basic reports (no search or sort capability)

Click here to watch a video explaining how to use these reports.

Visual ReportNote: When you click on a report link below, you should see gray “scroll bars” that let you scroll up / down and left / right.  Some browsers (e.g., certain versions of Safari) seem to have trouble with these scroll bars, and therefore you can’t see all the report information.  If you have this problem, try using a different browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Chrome) or a different computer.

 

 

These reports show only the signups associated with the particular event.  The rows in each report are in alphabetical order, by the first name of the “Name 1” Column.  So you would find Abigail Smith’s registration near the top of the report; Zachary Adams’s registration would be near the bottom:


Web reports (with search and sort capability)

Click here to watch a video explaining how to use these reports.

When you click on a link below, you will see a row for EVERY registration, not just for the specific event.  To find the registrations for a specific event:

  • Move your cursor to the Attendees column heading for that event:
    • e.g., see the “Bowling Night (BN): Attendees” column, for the Bowling Night event.
    • The title of the column may be truncated; it should be the 5th column.
    • Each entry in this column will be blank, 1 or 2, depending on whether 0, 1 or 2 of the names on that row are signed up for the event.
  • Click on the “down arrow” and select Sort Descending.
  • Non-blank entries towards the top of the column show who has signed up for that event.
  • Blank entries towards the bottom of the column show who has NOT signed up for that particular event, but have signed up for other event(s).

While viewing a report, you can:

  • Find just the registration(s) for a particular person: Enter a name (e.g., Smith) in the “Search in Submissions” box at the bottom of the page.
  • Sort by any column: Move your cursor to the column heading and select Sort Ascending / Descending.
  • Re-size a column: Move your cursor to the right edge of the column heading and drag left or right.

Links for the web reports:


Excel reports (good for copy / paste of attendee email addresses)

Click here to watch a video explaining how to use these reports.

When you click on a link below, you will download an Excel spreadsheet.  As above, you should sort by the Attendees column for the particular event, then delete all the blank rows in that column.

Also, the downloaded spreadsheet will not be updated with future signups and edits; download another copy to get the latest data.  Open the new copy; look at the Submission Date column of the first (most recent entry) to see if anything has changed since your previous download.


Web report with edit submission capability (for JotForm adminstrators only)

The following report includes every single field in the JotForm database.  It’s too much information to be useful for browsing, but it may be helpful if you’re trying to edit a particular member’s submission.  Enter their name (e.g., Smith) in the “Search in Submissions” box at the bottom of the page, find the submission you’re interested in, then scroll to the far right and click on “Edit Submission”.  This allows you to make changes without actually logging in to JotForm.

Click here for a web report with edit submission capability.


If you’re having trouble after following these steps, contact the Vail Club 50 webmaster via email.