Learn more about Watershed's latest updates: measures for custom KPIs, three new Report Builder visualizations, aånd downloadability of activity stream and leaderboards.
Watershed’s new Measures feature allows you to define and load in your organization’s custom KPIs. You’ll be able to track your organization’s KPIs and find correlations between these KPIs and data from your training or performance programs.
You can visualize the custom measures in any of our reports (even the new ones below) and allow anyone in your organization to track the KPIs with live data. With the Correlation card, you can finally prove how effective your learning programs are by showing statistical relationships between your training data and your organization’s KPIs.
Three New Watershed Visualizations
Heatmaps provide an ideal way to quickly compare activity between learners. Each Heatmap presents a visual representation of your learners’ activity by using varying intensities of color. For instance, if you were looking at test scores for a group of learners, you could easily identify the highest and lowest scorers by their corresponding colors.
2) Bar Charts
The Bar Chart report provides a familiar way to view data. You can use multiple measures on the same chart or set up a series of charts that measure anything from score to KPI measurements. It’s a great way to make comparisons and spot trends.
3) Spider Charts
Like the Bar Chart report, the Spider Chart report provides a familiar way to view data and quickly compare activity between learners or groups. Combine our Spider Charts report with our new custom measures feature to see how different groups across your organization are performing with regard to their KPIs.
Download Activity Stream & Leaderboards
You asked for it, so here it is: You can now download the data you see on your Activity Streams and your Leaderboards. You’ve always been able to download xAPI statements from your account, but you can now download the data you see in the reports you create. Use Report Builder to customize your Activity Stream or your Leaderboard and then download the CSV to share.
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