Public means that anyone with the link to your course, quiz, or Engage interaction can access it. You just need to provide the link to your users or publish it on a website, and your users can click the link to see your content without having to log in.

^I am aware of the above statement. However, can we still ask for full name, email, and other identifiers even if it is on public. I need to track reports for individual people

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Alyssa Gomez

Hey, Lisa!

If you host your course on a learning management system (LMS), you can capture all kinds of data like the user's name, email, date the course was accessed, etc.

If you're planning to host the content on a web server instead, you'll want to get a little more creative with capturing that kind of data.

For example, would it be possible for you to embed a Google Form or another form tool on the first slide of your course? That way, learners can enter their information before proceeding. 

The community may have other ideas for you, as well!