The Manager Usage Metrics report within Analysis provides data on your manager:
- Actions plans.
- Comment interactions.
- Dashboard activity.
The report helps you recognize good leadership behavior, and identify anyone needing additional guidance to support their teams.
The report displays anyone who has access to a segment or company dashboard. It displays managers who are above data visibility threshold, however you can also select to display all managers.
The managers that the report displays are dependent on the context you’re viewing. Example: If you set your context to France (Office Location), the report displays managers whose Office Location value is France.
You can filter the report by:
- A specific attribute.
- Dashboard visibility.
- Activity type.
The activity next to each manager is their own, rather than the activity on the segments they manage. If the manager moves around the organization, their activity moves with them.
Displays data on the actions that each manager has created, specifically:
The report doesn't display actions created by other users on the segment of the manager. Example: If you create an action on the segment of a manager, the action displays next to your name in the report.
Displays data on conversations and acknowledgments.
A back-and-forth conversation on a single comment counts as 1 reply. If other managers join the conversation, the report displays 1 reply for each manager. Internal notes don't count as interactions in this report.
Displays the number of unique days that the manager was active within the timeframe, and the date of the latest sign-in.
You can export the Manager Usage Metrics report into Microsoft Excel. If you export the Action Plans report, the second tab of the file additionally contains the actions each manager has created.
You can configure access to Manager Usage Metrics within the Administrate section of each group in Access Control.