Roll Call Reports
Updated over a week ago

Available for Public Beta on August 29, 2022

Verkada roll call reports allow you to obtain a report listing all the users currently within an area. You can use roll call reports to check that everyone is safe in the event of an emergency.

Roll Call reports allow you to track who is still in the building during a certain period of time. It allows the system administrator to get a report of all individuals currently within a defined area. It is designed to be used in the following scenarios:

  • People accounting during an emergency evacuation or scenario

  • In/Out tracking

  • Attendance purposes

How To:

  1. Navigate to the All Products > Access tab

  2. Select Access Reports in the left-hand menu

  3. Select Roll Call at the top of the page.

  4. You will see all existing roll call reports that have been created, you can opt to run one of them or select Add Roll Call Template in the top right-hand corner to create a new report.

  5. When creating a roll call report, provide the following:

    1. Name

    2. Site

    3. Time format

      1. You can specify Hours Ago (relative time) or Time of Day

    4. Start Time: how far back the report should start pulling data

    5. Time Zone

    6. Specify at least one exit door

      Note: An exit door is required

    7. Specify at least one entry door. Previously selected exit doors cannot be selected as entry doors.

      Note: An entry door is required

    8. Specify points of contact who should be notified when the report is run

    9. Click Done and the report will appear in the list of reports that can be run under the Templates tab.

    10. Once a report is created, you can preview it or actually run it. When a report is running individuals who badge out at the roll call point will be marked safe and individuals can be manually marked safe as well. The report will continue to run in the background until it is terminated. Once the report is terminated, the data can then be downloaded. Running reports can be viewed in the Running tab.

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