Report may refer to either of the following:
1. On the Internet, to report is to notify the administrator of a website or application about a problem. On a website that prominently features user-created content, reports are often about harmful posts that violate the terms of service. Reports may also be about a bug that causes certain features to work incorrectly.
Many social networking websites and other popular platforms have built-in reporting features. If there is no reporting option, you may want to consider blocking the user who is causing problems or informing the company using an alternative contact method.
2. With fields from business to science, a report is a concise summary distilled from a larger set of data intended for a specific audience. For example, reports may detail the findings of an experiment or inquiry. Based on the report, a company can make business-related decisions to help increase a company's productivity, reduce costs, or improve revenue.
Typically most reports are done in a word processor but could be done in any text editor. With expense reports or reports with values that frequently change or need a chart, a report is created as a spreadsheet. When a report is completed and needs to be shared with other users or online, reports are often shared as a PDF (Portable Document Format).