Category Archives: Reports

Making the most of Excel when you export MuseMinder reports

Some of you may have encountered some frustrations when you export a number-based report to Excel. Here are some tips to help you. As of right now, reports spill out of MuseMinder as sets of strings. It is the default … Continue reading

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Keeping track of private-lesson make-ups

Some of our music conservatories asked that we provide a way for them to record make-ups of private lessons. We listened, and now the system has private lesson make-ups in place. When we first introduced make-ups the intention was to … Continue reading

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New account-related reports

On suggestions from the community we recently enhanced the Accounts with Non-Zero Balances report. Here instead of simply showing a column for the balance, we added two columns: one for debits and one for credits. The balance column is still … Continue reading

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Ready access to your favorite reports

Museminder offers over 60 reports, and we know that based on our clients’ business models and personal accounting styles, each of you uses a different subset of the 60. One of your colleagues recently suggested that we provide a way … Continue reading

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Report related to enrollment levels (student head counts)

– This post was originally dated November 2009 We have recently published a new MuseMinder report that will allow you to track your total enrolled students over time, either by month or by year. This report is called Enrollment Levels … Continue reading

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Features related to events — emails & reports

– This was sent in October 2009 to alert clients of new event-related features You now can send e-mail messages to lists of students according to their event participation. Previously you could send e-mails to lists by class, or you … Continue reading

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