LabStats Training Resources
August 17, 2021 | Product
We offer training, technical support and consulting services at no additional charge.
We want to ensure you get the most out of LabStats computer monitoring software. Browse through our video tutorials or schedule a training session. We offer training, technical support and consulting services at no additional charge.
LabStats 101 Video Tutorials
LabStats 101 was designed to help you and your team get up to speed quickly on essential features. Get familiar with reports, tags, groups and more with these short tutorial videos:
- Reports Overview
- How to Invite Users
- How to Create Groups
- How to Build a LabMap
- How to Track Applications
- How to Create and Import Tags
- How to Run Reports with User Tags
- How to Use Tags in Reports
- How to Set Up LabFind
- How to Determine Ideal Lab Hours
- How to Import User Lists
There are also step-by-step videos on our Support Site:
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Request a tutorial video by emailing email@example.com.
Individual and Team Training
If you need a refresher on how to run reports or would like to get the rest of your team up to speed, we offer training and tutorials at no additional cost. Training sessions are customized to fit your interests and questions, and usually include a screen share and video chat.
Are you working on a complex challenge at your university or college? If you think LabStats usage data may be able to help, but you’re not sure where to start or what’s possible, you may be a good candidate for consulting services.
Our product development team takes on a limited number of consulting clients each quarter. They listen to your challenges and needs, scope out a project-specific to your university’s environment, gather and analyze relevant data sets from your LabStats instance, and present findings back to you in a friendly format, or even partner with you to co-present the findings to your stakeholders.
Consulting services are available on a limited basis, at no additional charge. Contact John Felushko at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in learning more.