Use the Analytics section to dig deeper into your data, using custom filters to navigate your organization's structure and the time selector to explore important time periods.

You will get your average mood rating, trends, etc. depending on the selected settings.

To access the Analytics page, click on the "Analytics" menu item from the main view.

The Analytics view shows the trends of your team's health. So that you know when to celebrate, or when to find a root cause for a bad day.

A summary of the data concerning the people encompassed by the filter and the selected period is presented at the top of the page including the general mood score average (1) and the two significant days of the period, i.e. the one with the best average mood score (2) and the one with the worst (3).

You can filter your data by choosing the team for which you want to review the data (1), or any other organizational unit e.g. department, squad, office thanks to Customs Filters. More details in our article about Custom Filters.

You can filter by dates too, choose "select dates" if you want to check a particular period (2, last menu item).

In the following paragraphs, we will detail each graph to explain the data they show and theirs possible options.

Moods Distribution By Day

This graph shows you the trends of the moods everyday, with ups and downs, and mood distribution.

The bottom legend tells you which spot/color corresponds to which mood and is clickable, i.e. you can choose to add or remove a data series by clicking on its legend item (1).

The blue line corresponds to the average mood score. For the calculation formula, the weight corresponding to each mood is:

  • Excellent: 10,

  • Good: 7.5,

  • Average: 5,

  • Hard: 2.5,

  • Bad: 0.

You can group dates by time period to display trends by weeks or months (2).

Each graph of the Analytics is downloadable as an image, just click on the icon (3) and select the format you prefer (png or jpeg).

When hovering over the chart, the detail of the day (or the week or the month if the grouped data option is activated) will appear as below. It contains the corresponding date(s), the average mood score, the detail of the mood (numbers and percentages) and the list of comments relating to that date or period.

Mood distribution of the team for the selected period

This pie chart shows the overall mood distribution, whether people feel almost good or not. Hover over each part of the pie chart if you want to know the raw numbers.

Wordcloud compiled from comments

The word cloud displays the most shared topics. Each word is colored with the Mood hue of the corresponding comment. The legend placed at the bottom of the figure is clickable. You can thus display only the most represented words in the comments associated with a particular mood.

For example, only comments associated with extreme moods (Excellent and Bad) are used to build the word cloud on the right.

Percentage of people who gave a mood per period.

This last graph shows you how often your team members participate in TeamMood over the last 30 days.

For example, the first green section indicates that 25% of the people on the team have responded at least once in the last 7 days, the second blue section indicates that 50% of the people on the team have responded at least once in the past month (so between 8 days and 30 days ago) and 25% more than a month ago.

Hover over each part of the chart if you want to know the detailed numbers.

For more information on how your teams use TeamMood, please see this article.

Now you'll better understand what's going on!

Let us know if you still have questions.

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