This article contains an overview of reports on the Reporting page which are related to feedback and praise.


If you want more info on the Reporting page and how to find it, see this article.


All praise and feedback

This report offers an overview of all the given praise and feedback


Columns:

  • reaction_id: unique identifier of the feedback or praise (known collectively as a 'reaction')
  • sender_name: full name of the person who gave the feedback or praise
  • sender_email
  • receiver_name: full name of the receiver of the feedback or praise
  • receiver_email
  • additional_receivers: if the feedback or praise had multiple receivers, their full names will be in this 'additional_receivers' column.
  • type: 'Feedback' or 'Praise'
  • date_sent
  • core_values: Core values that have been linked to the feedback/praise
  • skills: skills that have been linked to the feedback/praise
  • text_content: Content of the feedback/praise
  • reviewers (*): Refers to which role has to review the feedback before the recipient can see it
  • conclusion (*): Reviewers can add a conclusion to the feedback


(*) Only relevant if gated feedback is enabled



All feedback requests

This report offers an overview of all the feedback requests that were sent.


Feedback requests can involve 2 or 3 different people: Person X asks person Y to give feedback about person Z.


Example:

A team leader asks someone from their team to give feedback about one of their peers.


However, it's often the case that the subject and the requester of the feedback are the same person. In this case, the 'requested_by' columns will be empty.


Example:

I ask feedback about myself from someone else on my team.


Once the feedback request has been answered, the given feedback is also listed in the 'All praise and feedback' report.



Columns:

  • requested_from_id: unique identifier of the user who's asked to give feedback
  • requested_from_name: full name of user who's asked to give feedback
  • requested_from_email
  • requested_from_external_id
  • requested_from_team_names: Teams that the user is part of
  • subject_id: unique identifier of the feedback's subject
  • feedback_subject_name: full name of the feedback's subject
  • feedback_subject_email
  • feedback_subject_external_id
  • feedback_subject_team_names: Teams of the feedback's subject
  • requested_by_id: unique identifier of the feedback requester. Only filled in if the subject is not the same person as the feedback requester
  • requested_by_name: full name of the feedback requester. Only filled in if the subject is not the same person as the feedback requester
  • requested_by_email
  • requested_by_external_id
  • requested_by_team_names: Teams of the feedback requester. Only filled in if the subject is not the same person as the feedback requester
  • requested_date: date when the feedback was requested
  • status: 'awaiting' or 'given'
  • text_content: The content of the feedback request. This is the message that the 'requested_from' user receives.
  • reviewers (*): Refers to which role has to review the feedback before the recipient can see it
  • reviewed_by (*): Full name of the user who reviewed the feedback that was given in response to this feedback request
  • conclusion (*): Reviewers can add a conclusion to the gated feedback. This can also serve as a revision of the original feedback
  • feedback: full text of the feedback that was given in response to this feedback request


(*) Only relevant if gated feedback requests are enabled