There they are – the refreshed progress reports for your clients. Now they look 100% professional and attractive, in case your client would like to stick their progress charts on the fridge – for a motivational boost (and perhaps an occasional brag).
Some more about the reports
They really look much better than they used to, so it’s a big deal. In the web version on 52C, you can set up the period from which you want to generate the report plus pick the categories you want to put in it. This way the chart looks clear to the client and involves only the crucial information.
To set the order of categories put in the report, use the drag-and-drop function before you click the ‘generate report’ button. This way, the most attractive and motivating charts will be put at the top of your report. (This drag-and-drop function was available before, in fact, but it’s a good moment to remind you of that.)
When you’re done rearranging and choosing, you can send the report directly to your client’s email address, print it out, or export it to PDF. Additionally, the report will include your photo, signature and logo – just for your clients’ friends to know, who helped them achieve the great results.
How to generate a progress report in 5 simple steps
1. Log in to your 52C account at https://pt.52challenges.com.
2. Go to CLIENTS an choose your client’s profile.
3. Choose Progress from the menu.
4. Set the period of time you want to put into your report.
5. Click the red “Generate report” button in the top right corner.
Now you can write a couple of words from your self in “Your message” field, choose the categories you want to be included in the report, and it’s all set for the report to be sent via email, printed out or just exported to PDF file.
Let us know what you think
Check the novelties and feel free to share your opinion with us here in the comments section or via email. Those are the long awaited improvements and we hope they’ll let you present your clients’ progress data more effectively this year and ahead. But the new report design is not the only thing we improved so stay tuned for the upcoming articles about more new functions.