In this video, you'll learn more about the visibility settings for reviews in Leapsome.
Please note: Participation in a review does not necessarily mean default visibility for the reviewee of the assessment. For example, if a peer submits a peer assessment on behalf of a colleague, the reviewee will only have visibility of that peer review if visibility is provided in the visibility settings. They, therefore, would only have access to view the review that they have written.
For more information on the visibility settings in reviews, please view this article.
Anonymizing review assessments and adjusting visibility accordingly
Admins and Cycle owners have the ability to anonymize certain aspects of the review assessment by adjusting the visibility settings. When setting the assessments of peer results or direct reports to anonymous, there are two options:
'No (Anonymous)' means that the score and comment of each person are shown, but their name is not associated with the score / comment. The tiny circular icon that usually shows a user's profile picture or user's initials will instead show AU (anonymous user).
'No (Anonymous, aggregated results only) means that the total average score from those peers / direct reports will show in the radar chart at the bottom of the review, but their individual ratings on specific skills or questions will not be displayed in the radar chart (you'll need at least 2 answers from peers to show peer scores, and 2 answers from direct reports to show direct report scores). Please note that with this setting enabled, all comments that may have been submitted alongside the score, will be hidden.