Admins and managers have access to meeting analytics in the Meetings module. These analytics show how frequently meetings are used, which types of meetings are held, and participants’ satisfaction ratio.
You can access the meeting analytics by clicking ‘Analytics’ via the sub-menu of the Meetings module.
In ‘Analytics,’ you can filter for specific timeframes, teams, or users.
The box ‘1:1s’ shows the number of scheduled meeting occurrences during the selected period. This implies that if a recurring meeting occurred twice during the period that has been set by filtering, it would be counted twice as well.
The ‘Participation’ section summarizes data on the number of platform users who attended at least one meeting in the specified time frame. This data is displayed in the absolute numbers and a percentage participation ratio from the total amount of users.
The ‘Averages’ present the average duration of the meeting and the average amount of participants during the specified period.
The ‘Meeting Insights’ bar chart shows the statistics of the above meetings and across a timeline. A split of how many individual (1:1 meetings) vs. team meetings (3 or more participants) is captured as well. The vertical axis captures the total amount of 1:1 and team meetings at a specific time. Finally, the percentage of completed meetings vs. pending (that have not been held yet in the defined time frame) is shown on the right hand side.
The ‘Meeting Quality Trend Over Time’ chart shows a timeline of the meeting quality score trends over time. Two plots represent an average score dynamic concerning the questions:
- Is this meeting helpful for you? (Dark Blue/ Left Axis Scale)
- How would you rate the meeting and its structure? (Light Blue/ Right Axis Scale)
The scores represent the average scores based on all company meetings rated in a given month. Additionally, the data can be further broken down by filters. The default period considers the last six months. Individuals that scored the meeting using the above questions remain anonymous in the meeting analytics.
The ‘User List’ shows the number of meetings a user participates in within a specific time. Insights on activities during those meetings are presented as well. By pressing the button ‘Show details,’ you can see additional insights on time and the topics of those meetings. Keep in mind that the content of those meetings is never revealed to anyone that is not part of the meeting, regardless of their admin or manager status.