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Track Attendance

Keep track of everyone who attends a class, meeting, or event.

Whether you're an elementary school teacher, event organizer, or team lead, keeping track of who attended an event is important. The problem is, anyone who has ever tracked attendance knows it can feel like herding cats. Ditch the pencil and paper, and use this doc to track attendance instead!

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In some instances like business meetings, you'll want to ask attendees to self report. And other times, like in a classroom, you're better off doing a roll call. This doc includes examples for both situations, but feel free to mix, match, or build your own system!

Example 1: Self Reporting
Press the button below to mark yourself as an attendee.

I'm here

Attendees
0
Search
Who
Date
1
AD
Adam Davis
4/16/2020
2
PR
Polly Rose
4/16/2020
3
FM
Felix Marlin
4/16/2020
There are no rows in this table
3
Count

Example 2: Roll Call

Instructions
Add people
to the
Choose a meeting date 👉
4/17/2020
Mark in whether each person attended on that day, adding rows to 👇

Roster
0
Search
Who
Yes
No
1
AD
Adam Davis
Yes
No
2
FM
Felix Marlin
Yes
No
3
PR
Polly Rose
Yes
No
There are no rows in this table
3
Count

Attendance
0
Search
Who
Date
Attended?
1
AD
Adam Davis
4/15/2020
2
FM
Felix Marlin
4/15/2020
3
PR
Polly Rose
4/15/2020
4
FM
Felix Marlin
4/17/2020
5
PR
Polly Rose
4/17/2020
6
AD
Adam Davis
4/17/2020
There are no rows in this table
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