Attached Excel workbook is able to download data from Canvas (using Get API calls) to create a progress report of all students in a course with modules to which requirements are added (see How do I add requirements to a module?).
(no data means not yet downloaded while download is in progress)
MS Office 2010 on MS Windows (higher versions work most likely, but are not tested)
MS Office 2011 on Mac OS X (version 2016 for Mac barely supports VBA and is therefore not supported)
Enable editing and content
In case Excel displays the following warnings, enable editing and content for the Workbook to work properly:
select the desired content for column A and column B
Run progress report
To run a progress report:
find the course ID of the course from which the report needs to be generated in the address bar
fill in the Course ID in the worksheet at cell B2 (e.g. 210)
click the button Download data from Canvas to create the progress report
Depending on the amount of students and module items this may take a some time (about half a second per student).
In the top-left corner the download progress is displayed in percentages.
To cancel the download progress click the button Download data from Canvas again (only while download progress is less than 100%, otherwise downloading would start again).
1.11 (July 29, 2020)
Updated the processing of API pagination (Instructure changed the method regarding the enrolments API) to accommodate for both the old and the new method.
Changed some Excel formulas to prevent #DIV/0! from being displayed
1.13 (November 9, 2022)
Added a row "Requirement" below the module item names
If a module item has no requirement, the completion information per student stays empty and a comment is added for explanation (note: When no requirements are configured for a module, Canvas assumes progress as Complete, whether students interacted with the content or not at all)
Disclaimer: use this workbook at your own risk (I cannot be held responsible for any undesired consequences). This Excel workbook only reads from Canvas, never writes to it and should not have any negative effect on Canvas in terms of integrity or performance.
First try it on your test environment https://yourinstitution.test.instructure.com (slow performance is expected and may cause time-out errors) before using it on production
Check samples from reports with actual data in Canvas or in case your student(s) get accounted for their activities in modules as Canvas is the most reliable source
Suggestion: save the workbook as a template (xltm file) after entering the settings so you can always start with a fresh and clean workbook so you will be prompted to save it. Keep in mind that if you don't save the file in a macro-enabled workbook format (xlsm), running the report again will not work any more as it requires the macro functionality to run.
I created this workbook largely in my own spare time (for fun, to learn, to share and because I can), so huge amounts of support can't be expected
Leave your comments in case you are using it, if it makes your work easier or more fun