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The Analytics > Participation graph is a great tool for reviewing and analyzing company participation rates across business segments. You can easily access the participation graph in the analytics section of your toolbar under Analytics > Participation.
Customize your participation graph
At the top of the page, you’ll find 3 options to customize your report. Click on the arrow next to measured by, segmented by, or time range to view a drop-down menu of choices to filter the data.
Measured by: Review participation data by giving, receiving, or both combined for total participation. 🎉
Segmented by: View overall company participation and compare user segments, including department, location, manager's team, and role.
Once a segment is selected (example below), the highest and lowest participation rates will automatically populate. Click on the Add (Department. Location, Manager's Team, Role) button in the legend to add or remove data points for comparison. You can also compare your selections to the overall company performance, which will show as a dotted line. 🔎
✏️ Note: All segments will perform the same way in the graph. For example, the highest and lowest participation levels will automatically populate, and additional fields can be added or removed for comparison.
Time Range: Choose the timeframe you’d like to review, including 6 months, 12 months, and year-to-date. You can also view results by week or month by toggling between the options at the top right of the chart.
If you’d like to reset your graph, click Remove All to remove selections and start a new comparison. 🎉
💡 Pro tip:
Hover over a point in time on the line graph to view a summary of segment rates!
Or, if you’d like to focus on one department, you can hover over that specific segment in the legend to highlight that line in the graph.
Questions? Reach out to our support team using the green chat widget in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen. They'll be happy to help! 🤗
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