Relay – Reports

The Reports section of Relay provides you with a variety of reports that report on all aspects of Relay usage. Reports is the most robust and main section of Relay. All other Relay sections work together to feed information into Reports.

Relay features a variety of reports, including Blocked, Flagged, Overridden, Apps, Searches, and YouTube Videos. Together, Reports will give you absolute control over your network and an overall and in-depth overview of all user behavior.

All reports can be exported in .CSV format.

You can access Reports by navigating to Reports in the main Relay left-hand navigation menu selecting any report.

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Blocked

The Blocked report lists all blocked websites, the category to which the websites belong, the number of blocks, and the number of users who attempted to access each blocked website. You can open the Blocked report by navigating to Reports > Blocked. You can use this report to see which blocked websites your users are attempting to access, to see how the top blocked websites are categorized, and to see exactly which users are accessing blocked websites.

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You can set the date range for the report by clicking the data box on the top right and selecting one of the presets (Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days) or inputting a custom date range. Click Apply to apply the date range.

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You can export the report in email form by clicking the export button. You will receive a confirmation that the report is processing.

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The report lists blocked websites under the Website column, the category to which each websites pertains under the Category column, the number of blocks under the Blocks column and the number of users who attempted to access the blocked site under the Users column. You can sort the results in ascending or descending order by Website, Category, Blocks, or Users by clicking the corresponding column header.

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You can use the gray navigation keys at the bottom of the report to navigate between report pages.

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You can search for a specific website or category by clicking the dropdown menu to the left of the search box, selecting Website or Category, and then typing in the desired website or category and pressing Enter on your keyboard.

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We searched for facebook.com in the example below. Note how Relay gave us all search results containing facebook.com as part of the URL. Click the gray “x” to the right of the search term within the search box to cancel your search.

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Clicking on the number under the Users column will show you exactly which users navigated to the blocked site.

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Here are our uses who navigated to www.youtube.com, a site we have blocked under the Adult category.

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Flagged

The Flagged report identifies all search terms and page content that has been flagged as inappropriate, their danger level, the number of flags, and the number of users who searched for the specific term. You can open the Blocked report by navigating to Reports > Flagged. You can use this report to see what your top flagged terms are, which flagged terms are associated with which danger level, the number of times each flagged term gets searched, the which specific users searches for each flagged term.

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You can set the date range for the report by clicking the data box on the top right and selecting one of the presets (Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days) or inputting a custom date range. Click Apply to apply the date range.

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You can export the report in email form by clicking the export button. You will receive a confirmation that the report is processing.

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The report lists flagged under the Terms column, the danger level to which each websites pertains under the Danger column, the number of flags under the Flags column and the number of users who attempted to access the blocked site under the Users column. You can sort the results in ascending or descending order by Terms, Danger, Flagsor Users by clicking the corresponding column header.

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You can use the gray navigation keys at the bottom of the report to navigate between report pages.

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You can search for a specific term by typing it in the Search field and pressing Enter on your keyboard.

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We searched for Bomb in the example below. Note how Relay gave us all search results containing Bomb as part of a search or web page. Click the gray “x” to the right of the search term within the search box to cancel your search.

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Clicking on the number under the Users column will show you exactly which users searched for the flagged term.

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Here are our users who searched for Suicidea flagged term in the High category.

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Clicking on a flagged term will show exactly where the flagged term generated.

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The following are sites that generated a flag for Suicide. Clicking on any URL from the list will take you directly to the site.

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Overridden

The Overridden report identifies all blocked websites that were overridden by users with Override privileges, as well as the category into which the website is categorized, the number of overrides, and the number of users who generated the override. You can open the Overridden report by navigating to Reports > Overridden. You can use this report to see what your most common overridden websites are, which categories contain the most overrides, and which users are overriding the blocked websites.

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You can set the date range for the report by clicking the data box on the top right and selecting one of the presets (Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days) or inputting a custom date range. Click Apply to apply the date range.

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You can export the report in email form by clicking the export button. You will receive a confirmation that the report is processing.

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The report lists overridden websites under the Origin Website column, the category into which the website is classified under the Category column, the number of overrides under the Overrides column, and the number of users overriding the website under the Users column. You can sort the results in ascending or descending order by Origin Website, Category, Overrides, and Users  by clicking the corresponding column header.

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You can use the gray navigation keys at the bottom of the report to navigate between report pages.

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You can search for a specific Website or Category by clicking on the dropdown menu to the left of the Search bar, typing in the desired term, and pressing Enter on your keyboard.

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We searched for Gambling under Category in the example below. Note how Relay gave us all search results that fall within the Gambling category. Click the gray “x” to the right of the search term within the search box to cancel your search.

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Clicking on the number under the Users column will show you exactly which users searched for the flagged term.

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Clicking on the URL under the Origin Website column will take you directly to the website the user visited.

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Apps

The Apps report identifies all apps that have been installed by your users, a description of the app, the app’s version number and the number of times it was installed . You can open the Apps report by navigating to Reports > Apps. You can use this report to see which apps your users have installed, which versions of apps your users are running, and the number of times each app has been installed.

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You can set the date range for the report by clicking the data box on the top right and selecting one of the presets (Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days) or inputting a custom date range. Click Apply to apply the date range.

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You can export the report in email form by clicking the export button. You will receive a confirmation that the report is processing.

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The report lists app names under the Apps column, a description of the app under the Description column, the app’s version number under the Version column and the number of users who installed the app under the Installs column. You can sort the results in ascending or descending order by Apps, Description, Version, and Installs by clicking the corresponding column header.

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You can use the gray navigation keys at the bottom of the report to navigate between report pages.

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You can search for a specific app by typing all or part of the name in the Search field and pressing Enter on your keyboard.

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We searched for Google in the example below. The results showed us all apps that contain google as a part of their name. Click the gray “x” to the right of the search term within the search box to cancel your search.

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Searches

The Searches report identifies all user searches, including the search term, the number of times it was searched, and the number of users who searched for it. You can open the Searches report by navigating to Reports > Searches. You can use this report to see what your most popular searches are, what your users are searching for, and which users are searching for specific search terms.

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You can set the date range for the report by clicking the data box on the top right and selecting one of the presets (Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days) or inputting a custom date range. Click Apply to apply the date range.

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You can export the report in email form by clicking the export button. You will receive a confirmation that the report is processing.

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The report lists search terms under the Search Terms column, the number of searches under the Searches column, and the number of users who attempted each search under the Users column. You can sort the results in ascending or descending order by Search Terms, Searches or Users by clicking the corresponding column header.

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You can use the gray navigation keys at the bottom of the report to navigate between report pages.

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You can search for a specific search term by typing it in the Search field and pressing Enter on your keyboard.

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We searched for how in the example below. Note how Relay gave us all search results containing how as part of the search term. Click the gray “x” to the right of the search term within the search box to cancel your search.

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Clicking on the number under the Users column will show you exactly which users searched for the flagged term.

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YouTube Videos

The YouTube Videos report identifies all YouTube videos watched by your users, including the video title, the number of views, and the number of users that watched the video. You can open the Video report by navigating to Reports > YouTube Videos. You can use this report to see which videos your users are watching, what the most popular videos are, whether or not your users are watching inappropriate videos, and which users are watching which videos.

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You can set the date range for the report by clicking the data box on the top right and selecting one of the presets (Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days) or inputting a custom date range. Click Apply to apply the date range.

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You can export the report in email form by clicking the export button. You will receive a confirmation that the report is processing.

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The report lists video titles under the Titles column, video views under the Views column, and the number of users who viewed each video under the Users column. You can sort the results in ascending or descending order by Terms, Danger, Flagsor Users by clicking the corresponding column header.

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You can use the gray navigation keys at the bottom of the report to navigate between report pages.

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You can search for a specific video by typing it in the Search field and pressing Enter on your keyboard.

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We searched for how in the example below. Note how Relay gave us all search results containing how as part of the video title. Click the gray “x” to the right of the search term within the search box to cancel your search.

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Clicking on the number under the Users column will show you exactly which users viewed the video.

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Clicking any video name under the Title column will take you directly to that video on YouTube.

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