Gopher for Chrome offers user and device reporting, which relies on the capture of user login and session data. For this data to be available, your managed device settings for User Data must be set to Do not erase all local user data.
You can turn this feature on in the Admin console at Main Menu > Devices > Chrome > Settings > Device Settings > Sign-in settings > User Data.
Google's Chrome OS documentation also offers the following settings recommendations:
|Setting||What it monitors|
|Active Times||Shows up to the last 15 days of activity on the device, including when it was last used and for how long. The times and dates shown are based on the time zone of the device. You can turn this feature on in the Admin console at Main Menu > Devices > Chrome > Settings> Device Settings > User and device reporting > Device reporting > Enable/Disable device state reporting.|
|Recent Users||Displays the last users of the Chrome device. Public, kiosk, and guest-mode sessions are not reported. Email addresses for unmanaged users are not displayed; instead these display as User not managed by your domain. You can turn on this feature in the Admin console at Main Menu > Devices > Chrome > Settings> Device Settings > User and device reporting > Enable/Disable tracking recent device users. At this time, only users under the same domain that a device was enrolled in will be shown.|