Report on 1-on-1s activity

Account administrators and reviewers can see the '1-on-1s' dashboard to view usage stats for 1-on-1s. The '1-on-1s' dashboard provides insight into which people and teams are holding 1-on-1s, how often they are being performed, and whether they are being ended. The 1-on-1 content cannot be viewed in the dashboard, but you can understand 1-on-1s activity using the data.
 
Success Center article 🗒: 1-on-1 usage report
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View and download 1-on-1s activity 

1. Click on Reporting in the left navigation.

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2. Then click '1-on-1s'.

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3. Use the filters at the top of the dashboard to dig into the details you need or leave them blank to see all possible data. 

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4. Below the filters, you will see a 1-on-1s graph with three options: Overall 1-on-1 rate, 1-on-1s with reviewers, and 1-on-1s with others (if your company has the 1-on-1s with anyone feature enabled).

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Tip

Hover over the the grey question mark icon to see how each of the statistics is calculated.

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5. At the bottom of the dashboard, you will see two additional widgets called 'Individual metrics' and 'Group metrics'.

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6. To take a closer look at the 1-on-1 data, click on See full report under any of the three widgets.

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7. You are now viewing the '1-on-1s report: Metrics'. This report includes information such as Name, Total 1-on-1s, 1-on-1s with others, % of talking points completed, etc. Download the data, use the filters, or change the view by options to make this report work for you!

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Tip

In addition to filters on the report, you can sort information in the '1-on-1 report: Metrics' section by clicking on the arrows in each column header. 

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