Viewing Pulse stats & Individual Reports

You can use Pulses to measure anything, including performance reviews. To see your pulse results, follow the steps below.

To see how to set up a Pulse, check out this article.

Step 1: View Pulse Stats

Go to My Company > Pulses. To see the results of your survey, click on the graph icon (View Pulse Stats) next to the Pulse.

Here you'll be able to see the Summary results compiled in graphs, as well as the Individual results for a breakdown of the responses.

You can also filter your results to include/exclude Self-ratings and filter by Department, Role & Office.

On the right you will see how many ratings have been completed, as well as the current Pulse deadline.

Pro tip: Need to get your hands dirty with data? Download your Pulse Stats by clicking on the CSV button in the bottom right corner, or download a PDF for a more visual report with graphs.

Step 2: View Individual reports

To get Individual reports for each co-worker on all the Pulses they have participated in (self-rating, rating their co-workers, company pulses or Individual Pulses where they have been rated by their co-workers), go to My Company > Reports > Pulses Indv. Report.

Use the filters and Search box to choose the co-worker and see their report.

Now you can see the co-worker's report on all the Pulses they've participated in (rated or have been rated on), as well as any notes left on their profile. 

Click on the CSV or PDF icon in the bottom right-hand corner to download the report.

Step 3: Send reminders to participants

Go back to My Company > Pulses and View Pulse Stats. Now that you've seen your pulse stats and how many co-workers have completed your pulse, you might want to send a reminder to the stragglers who have not done so.

Simply click on the Reminder button on the right and send a standard reminder message, or customise it before sending.

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Want to see how to complete a Pulse Rating? Check out this article.
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