We know that some information on your check-ins may be sensitive. That being said, we want to make sure you know exactly who has access to see your check-in content. This article covers the different reasons why someone may be able to see your 15Five check-ins, as well as how to access a list of people who can see your 15Five check-ins.
Reasons people can see your check-ins
There are multiple reasons why someone may be able to view your 15Five check-ins. These reasons can vary from person to person and include followers, group visibility settings, and default hierarchy visibility. For more information on the different ways someone can view your 15Five check-in, see this article.
Account administrators are not able to see all 15Five check-ins for all people by default- only global viewers have that permission. If you'd like to be made a global viewer for all 15Five check-ins, please reach out to our Support Team.
Option #1: Understand who has visibility into your check-ins
1. Click on Settings from your left navigation.
2. Click 'My account' to expand the drop-down menu.
3. Click on 'Permissions'.
4. On this page, you will see a list of who can view your check-ins based on reviewer drill-down, group, and followers permissions under the 'Who can see my 15Fives?' tab.
Option #2: Check visibility from within a specific check-in
1. Click on Features from your left navigation.
2. Click '15Fives' to expand the 15Fives drop-down menu.
3. Click on 'My 15Fives'.
4. Open your current 15Five check-in (or a previously submitted 15Five check-in).
5. On the right-hand side of your check-in, under your reviewer's information, hover over or click on Who else can view this 15Five?.
6. If you clicked "Who else can view this 15Five?", you will be taken to the same page as noted in option #1; a page where you can see a list of people that can view your 15Five check-ins based on reviewer drill-down, group, and followers permissions.
For information on transparency and why we suggest more of it, check out "Taking Workplace Transparency To The Next Level: Seeing My Boss's 15Five."
If you're concerned about sharing sensitive information, try utilizing private comments on your check-ins to keep a conversation private between you and your manager.
By special request, we can make prior 15Five check-ins "invisible" to a new reviewer or new follower. Let's say your reviewer recently changed and you don't want your new reviewer to see all of your past 15Five check-ins. No worries—we can help. Contact our Technical Support Team to get this set up.