The Reporting
See TeamMood indicators at a glance in your Reporting dashboard
Written by Morgane Le Marquer
Updated over a week ago

In the Reporting, you will find data concerning your teammate moods merged into the form of indicators or simplified graphs.

Choose the set of people you want to watch data on with your custom filters (see this article if you're not comfortable with them yet).

You have two periods view modes (see the red arrow):

  • "Last week" which groups data from Monday to Sunday of the previous week

  • "Last month" which groups data from the first to the last day of the previous month.

See below a definition of each indicator, and what they represent.

1. Users

The Users section shows you at a glance the activity regarding adding/removing users on TeamMood.

It includes numerical indicators concerning the composition / status and activity of the members of your teams during the selected period.

Overall Status:

x users: total number of teammates currently registered on TeamMood,

x disabled: people who have their account turned off,

x on vacation: people in "out of office" period,

x bounced: people who do not receive the mood notification (email address error, technical problem, etc.).

Last Week/Month Activity:

x newcomers: people who joined the team during the period,

x recently disabled users: people whose accounts were disabled during the period (from enable to disable).

x recently reactivated users: people whose mood notifications were reactivated during the period (from disable to enable).

2. Participation Rate

A. Global

The ratio of responses to the Mood question is represented as a percentage with the trend compared to the previous week or month (according to the "Last Week" or "Last Month" mode respectively). The raw numbers are also specified. Please note that the "possible moods" are calculated from the settings of each team.

B. Distribution

The Participation Distribution graph breaks down team member participation rates into three categories according to their frequency of response:

  • regular (people who responded at least once past week),

  • occasional (people who responded at least once this month),

  • no answer (people who never answered this month).

3. Commented Moods

Like the "global participation rate", the proportion of Moods with a comment is represented as a percentage with the trend compared to the previous week or month. The raw numbers are also shown.

4. Mood Score

The Mood score corresponds to the average of the responses to the Mood question with the trend compared to the previous week or month.

The score for each mood is:

  • Excellent : 10

  • Good : 7,5

  • Average : 5

  • Hard: 2,5

  • Bad: 0

5. Mood Distribution

The Mood Distribution graph represents the ratio of responses to the Mood question in three categories:

  • positive (grouping the answers "good" and "excellent"),

  • neutral (showing the proportion of "average" responses),

  • negative (grouping the "hard" and "bad" responses).

These ratios are indicated in percentage, but also in raw data by hovering over the graph.

6. Noteworthy Days

The Noteworthy Days give you the days with the lowest and highest mood score. For each, you have the date, the mood score and the number of people who responded that day.

You now have the keys to understand main TeamMood indicators. We hope these elements will help you understand the trends and highlights of your team's life, as well as how your teammates are using TeamMood.

Feel free to reach us if you have any question.

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