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CCLI Rehearsal License Reporting

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WorshipPlanning.com allows you to easily generate reports on audio files that have been streamed or downloaded from your church's WorshipPlanning.com account.  To access this report, log in to WorshipPlanning.com and navigate to Libraries >> Files Library >> File Access Reports sub-tab

The default Report Type is the "CCLI Rehearsal License", which will also default to the past week as your reporting range.  This report is arrange in a way that makes it easy to find the statistics CCLI is looking for.  File access numbers are grouped by song, and the CCLI number is displayed if that info is included in the song details in your library.

It is important to note that for this reporting to be accurate, the audio files must be associated with songs in your song library on WorshipPlanning.com.  If you simply attach an MP3 to a service (rather than a song), WorshipPlanning.com has no way of knowing to which song it should be associated, and thus won't be reported.
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    Ryan Clark

    This doesn't help me for rehearsal reporting.  This is from the CCLI website:

    For churches that store and stream a library of audio files on web-based worship planning software, you will base your copy estimates and your reporting on the “first listen” per song for each person. So even though all your musicians and vocalists may have access to your weekly set list and audio files, and some people may listen to a specific song multiple times, you only need to count the first time that each person listens to a song as an actual “copy.”

    So I think the report should show downloads/streams in a date range for users that HAVE NOT previously downloaded or streamed.  There's no way others are reporting properly unless they are complaining about it as well.  It takes waaaay to long to sift through multiple exports that don't have consistent reference columns to do vlookups in Excel as well as other methods to establish what needs to be reported.  if user "A" listened to the song 6 weeks ago, i'm not supposed to report them this week.  There's no way for me to sensibly achieve this with what is provided.  Please help!!!

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