Reporting permissions

15Five understands the importance of reporting for all levels and roles in 15Five. We have many reporting options, some of which are more customizable than others. In this document we list out the permissions associated with our Reporting feature. Reporting is its own feature and is not the only way to pull reporting in 15Five. For additional forms of reporting, see this article

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Account owners are the only ones who can pull a Company data export. This report exports ALL questions and answers for everyone who has been active or is currently active in 15Five.

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What data can reporters export?

  • Objective status: This is a break down of all non-private objectives and their latest status for the given time frame. Reporters can see all public objectives, all objectives that they have been given specific permission to view, and all objectives that they own. Visit the 'All objectives' page to report on objectives.
  • Objective alignment: Shows the correlation between all aligned and unaligned objectives. Reporters can see all public objectives, all objectives that they have been given specific permission to view, and all objectives that they own. Visit the 'All objectives' page to report on objectives.

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What data can reviewers export?

  • Objective status: Reviewers can see all public objectives, all objectives that they have been given specific permission to view, and all objectives that they own. 
  • Objective alignment: Shows the correlation between all aligned and unaligned objectives. Reviewers can see all public objectives, all objectives that they have been given specific permission to view, and all objectives that they own.
  • Submitted/Reviewed Check-ins report: Includes all information about submissions including rate, average pulse, frequency, etc for their direct reports, any drill-downs reporters, group peer-viewers or people they follow.  
  • Pulse reports: Can see pulse answers and comments from their direct reports, any drill-downs reporters, group peer-viewers or people they follow.  
  • 1-on-1s reports: Provides 1-on-1 engagement data. Reviewers can see all 1-on-1 information for anyone in the company.
  • Trends report: Contains all answers to quantitative questions to track how a company, group, or individual are answering a certain question over time. Reviewers can see engagement information for anyone down their reporting line.
  • Polls report: Contains all answers to a one-time, quantitative question. Reviewers can see engagement information for anyone down their reporting line.
  • Custom reports: Provides answers to the custom criteria that you enter; options include: How are you feeling?, Priorities, Questions, High Fives, and Objectives and Key Results.

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What data can account administrators export?

  • 15Five profiles: Contains information from each person's current profile.
  • Objective status: Account administrators can see all public objectives, all objectives that they have been given specific permission to view, and all objectives that they own.
  • Objective alignment: Shows the correlation between all aligned and unaligned objectives. Account administrators can see all public objectives, all objectives that they have been given specific permission to view, and all objectives that they own.
  • Submitted/Reviewed Check-ins reports: Includes all information about submissions including rate, average pulse, frequency, etc for the whole company.
  • Pulse reports: Can see all pulse answers, all pulse comments are not visible to account administrators by default. Pulse comment visibility is based on whose Check-ins you can view. 
  • 1-on-1s reports: Provides 1-on-1 engagement data. Account administrators can see 1-on-1 information for everyone. This report is available for account administrators and reviewers only. Account administrators can see engagement information for all employees.
  • Trends report: Contains all answers to quantitative questions to track how a company, group, or individual are answering a certain question over time. Account administrators can see engagement information for all employees.
  • Polls report: Contains all answers to a one-time, quantitative question. Account administrators can see engagement information for all employees. 
  • Custom reports: Provides answers to the custom criteria that you enter; options include: How are you feeling?, Priorities, Questions, High Fives, and Objectives and Key Results.
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