|Bob Jonquet Regional Venture-Coordinator, Great Lakes aka TwilightKnight|
|⦵⦵⦵⦵ Glen Parnell Venture-Agent, Georgia—Atlanta aka The Masked Ferret|
|⦵⦵⦵ Michael Eshleman RPG Superstar 2013 Top 8 aka GreySector|
I used to hold on to them for years, but now I toss them as soon as they're reported and live on Paizo.
In almost 6 years and well over 300 games GMed I've maybe once or twice had to fix a sign-in, and it was usually just because the player put the wrong character number.
If you're worried about record keeping, take a picture or scan them so you don't need to hold on to physical copies. Google Drive or Dropbox are amazing for this sort of thing.
|⦵ Scott Sinclair Venture-Lieutenant, Colorado—Northern Colorado aka Torgo the Bold!|
I tend to keep them in my filing cabinet in case I need to decipher someone's PFS ID # or something, so I'll have something to reference, or to audit a session if I think someone's signed up to play something they've already played. I don't have as many games GMed as Nefreet, but counting sessions where I was just the organizer/reporter, I haven't needed to fix more than a couple either.
Maybe if I take a stay-cation sometime, I'll get them all scanned so I can get rid of the paper copies, but for now the newest are at the front of the drawer, and then roughly chronologically running back.
|⦵⦵⦵ Perry Frix Venture-Lieutenant, Georgia—Atlanta aka PeeGee2423|
|⦵ Amanda Plageman Venture-Captain, Georgia—Savannah|
|⦵⦵⦵ Hilary Moon Murphy Venture-Captain, Online—PbP aka Hmm|
Running online we don't use reporting sheets. Instead I get my players to complete a google sheet with all of their character information, starting values etc that I use to fill out their chronicles.
To avoid that getting overloaded I copy the details into an archive sheet so I have the information to hand if I need it for any reason.