Accountability Reports

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How does Covenant Eyes report websites? Is it possible to have sites show up in the accountability report that were not visited? For example, if ESPN was visited, could a link from that page show up as visited, even if it wasn't?
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Janet Tavernier

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Posted 3 weeks ago

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Matthew Ramsussen

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Is it listed as secondary content?
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Janet Tavernier

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It's listed under Mobile and Tablet Activity.
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Matthew Ramsussen

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Did you read the text at the very top, just under the header for that section, in italics?
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Syd, Official Rep

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Hi Janet, 
     Thanks for posting! Activity that shows up in the Mobile and Tablet App Activity section of the Accountability Report can be activity that was not directly sought out and accessed by the user. As Matthew Ramsussen helpfully pointed out, the section description may be used to understand this section of the report:




I hope this helps,

Syd