May 21st, 2019 | Anytime Vitals

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Anytime Vitals: Capture a Vital Anytime Anywhere

Managers can now capture Vitals in-the-moment while impressions are fresh, say after a 1-on-1 or water cooler moment. Whenever it’s convenient managers can go to the Vitals tab in Snapshot to update the Vitals for their direct reports. This real-time view of your talent pipeline means you can take action to keep and develop key talent with greater confidence.

Agenda Builder for 1-on-1s

Unleash the true power of structured conversations in 1-on-1s. The agenda builder works like a question type that you can add to your 1-on-1 templates. Both the employee and the facilitator can dynamically add their own topics for discussion and sort them before they share. After both sides have shared, their agendas get merged into one prioritized master agenda that’s easy to follow during a conversation. 

Agenda Builder for 1-on-1s is a powerful way to encourage people to share what’s on their mind, elevate important concerns, and identify what matters most... because you just can’t put a great conversation in a box.


Categories are Available for All Customers!

You’ve been asking for Categories… and here they are! Now any scaled question can be categorized allowing you to analyze like-items in analytics for pulse, 1-on-1s and Feedback. A great example of one of our real-life customers using Categories is to view exit survey data by benefits and growth opportunities. This will help them to narrow down why folks are leaving and where they can improve.

Category Excel and PDF export

The Category breakdown in your Pulse Analytics can now be exported to Excel and PDF!

User-Tailored Slack Integration

Our Slack integration publishes the recognition feed to a public Slack channel, and it supports quick actions right from your preferred Slack workflow. Now the integration is smarter and tuned to each user’s feature permissions. If a particular feature is not available, the user will be given a friendly error like, ”Sorry, but you don’t have access to Recognition.”

Feedback Participant is now a Feedback Recipient

We believe words matter. In the world of research, the term “participant” is usually reserved for the person from whom we collect data -- whether it be in a clinical trial, a market research study, or the voice of an employee or manager taking a survey. So we’ve updated our Feedback terminology to be more consistent with that usage. Now “Participants” is only used to refer to the people giving feedback. To help make things clear, we’re now calling the people receiving feedback “Feedback Recipients.”


  • Feedback Analytics: Perhaps you know that trends in Feedback Analytics are possible by looking at the data from many cycles over-time. What you might not realize is that anytime employees Request Feedback, all that data lives in a single cycle. So viewing a trend over-time wasn’t possible for end-users… until now! How’d we do that? In Analytics for Request Feedback, we simply bucket that Feedback data into calendar dates to show trending without the need for multiple cycles! - It was just a matter of time