This extension is intended for teachers (like me) who’ve had to rapidly transition to online classes and need a simple way to take attendance during a Google Meet. As you start your Meet, you can enter a list of expected invitees and the extension will automatically detect who joined the call and how long they stayed.. You can save multiple class lists (which are shared to all of your devices).
The extension records which students attended, when they arrived and how long they stayed with all of the information displayed in a tidy HTML report. The latest v1.0.x release has an entirely user interface to manage student information – including the ability to add student-specific comments in the reports – and offers a much more flexible and extensible framework for new features in the future.
See the latest `what’s new` video at https://youtu.be/3wtFS0cluXY
–> v1.4.5 updated a couple of default ignore strings; fixed an issue with sorting with accents
–> v1.4.4 added user configurable `ignore` strings to help address new & spurious entries from recent Google changes; fixed minor bugs
–> v1.4.3 removed references to Grid View Fix, minor tweak so that classes larger than 49 may still be supported, other small tweaks and small bug fixes
–> v1.4.1 & v1.4.2 small bug fixes
–> v1.4.0 improved in-Meet visualizations of who joined and who stayed
–> v1.3.3 more minor bug fixes
–> v1.3.1 minor bug fixes
–> v1.3.0 minor UI tweaks and small new features. See https://youtu.be/6rF2W0UuOoY
–> v1.2.8 fixes a number of sorting issues and display issues for rlt languages; adds support for Swedish, Hungarian and Turkish
–> v1.2.7 fixes a number of bugs and allows you to `ignore` (or hide) specific users in the HTML reports.
–> Among other things, v1.2.x allows you to `lock` your classes as well as manually mark students present and record participation
–> As of v1.1.x , the `history` of all of your Meets is saved
The extension already supports English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Bulgarian, Swedish, Czech, Arabic, Chinese and Romanian (and perhaps more). Most of the HTML reports and much more of the extension UI ready for translation. Please contact me if you’d like to help with this effort.
If you have any questions, join the discussion on the Google Meet Attendance FaceBook page:
For additional videos, check out https://youtube.com/c/AllanCaughey/
If you’d like to contribute, see https://paypal.me/AlCaughey/
I look forward to your feedback!