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How To Set Up Your Dashboard Statistic Settings

The purpose of this article is to explain how to set up dashboard statistics settings in Activ8 software. We also provide a short summary of what each field means.

Applicable Products: Activ8

Understanding Dashboard Statistic Settings

After logging into Activ8, navigate to the ‘Administration’ tab and select ‘Applications Settings’ from the drop-down list.

In the ‘Activ8 Applications Setting’ window, select the ‘Dashboard’ tab. In this tab, you’ll find the following columns:

  • Team Stats;
  • My Stats; and
  • Task Deadline Scores

Team Stats

  • Punctuality;
  • Interaction Review;
  • Reviews;
  • Tasks Completed First Time;
  • Tasks Completed On Time;
  • Tasks Overdue;
  • Tasks Not Responded To;
  • Tasks Logged;
  • Tasks Owned;
  • Tasks Assigned;
  • Tasks Due Today;
  • Capacity;
  • Bradford Factor;
  • Team Size;
  • Direct Reports;
  • Leave Not Responded To;
  • Expenses Not Responded To; and
  • Deadline Changes.

My Stats

  • Punctuality;
  • Interaction Review;
  • Tasks Completed First Time; and
  • Tasks Completed On Time.

Task Deadline Scores

  • Upper Band (%);
  • Score;
  • Exempt Hours; and
  • Max Scores.

For each of these fields, you can set the number of days as well as the threshold percentage, according to your company requirements.

Task Deadline Scores

For Task Deadline Scores, the scores work slightly different.

You can see an ‘Upper Band %’ and a ‘Score’ block next to each band percentage.

The band percentage calculates on when the task has been logged, and how many hours or days lapsed before the deadline changes were made. It then assigns a score for each band.

For example, if a task was logged and a deadline change has been within a day of the task being logged, you will get a score of 1 whereas if the task deadline was changed within 100% of the band limit, meaning on the day the task was due, you will receive a score of 8.

You can also put in an exempt rule. When a deadline is changed within 24 hours of the task being logged, no score will be given. You can also set a maximum score to be assigned.

Updated on December 15, 2020

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