Similar to the User Engagement Report, the Content Engagement Report is a detailed breakdown of any or all of the content on your Continu instance.

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This article will focus on the columns that are unique to the content engagement report.

Content ID: Unique ID, helpful if you use the Continu API.

Content Title: Title of the particular piece of content.

Content Type: Identifies whether the content is an article, file, video, workshop, track, SCORM, or imported. 

Content Tags: A list of the tag(s) added to the content.

On Explore: Yes or no depending if the content is marked to show on Explore. This can be controlled in the content creation settings.

Published: YES or NO depending if the content is live for learners.

Archived: YES or NO depending if the content has been marked archived in the admin settings.

Containing Track: YES or NO if the particular piece of content is part of a learning track.

URL: The unique URL of the content. Useful for linking or sharing content.

Created On: The time-stamped date the content was created.

Last Updated: The time-stamped date the content was last updated.

Total Views: Total views the content has received. 

Total Likes: Total likes the content has received. 

Total Shares: Total shares the content has received.

Total Comments: Total comments the content has received. To see individual comments, go to the content-level report in Admin > Content.

Average Rating: Average rating the content has received. Ratings are based on 0-5 scale. 

Pending Assignments: If the content has been assigned to a learner, but has not yet been completed.

Completed Assignments: If the content has been assigned to a learner, and has been completed.

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