Modules in a Huddle

Modules are sections within a Huddle used facilitate learning around a particular topic. There are 6 module types: Video, Exercise, Pitch, Link, Test and Plugin (LMS/SCORM eLearning Content).

You can set any module as optional, which means that it will not affect the participant’s completion/scores in the Huddle:

Video Module

Video modules allow you to upload a video for your participants to watch, and their completion progress is tracked based on Video Watching Time (in minutes). They must watch at least 90% of the video to receive credit for the module.

You can upload any video file type except those listed as forbidden in our supported file types, and for the best experience we recommend using MP4 or WMV files. The Video Slides Sync feature allows you to add slide images timed to your video.

Exercise Module

Exercise modules allow you to ask your team questions and start a dialogue around the Huddle topic.

The Notepad feature is an interactive Google Doc file used for live team note-taking. Anybody can make edits to the file and see live inputs from others participants.

Exercises have multiple Question Types to select from: text, date, star rating, deal, discovery, slider and file upload.

You can use the Inherit setting to include the video/slides from the previous module in your exercise module. The Options feature allows you to configure how responses are displayed.

You can add a new video and/or slides to the module, as well as allow your participants to upload their own slides.

The Comment Type setting allows you to set either a text comment, or scoring slider.

Pitch module

Pitch modules allow your participants to record and upload a video that is reviewed by their peers and Manager/Host, or by just the Manager/Host – depending on the settings you choose. You can now include instructions advising your participants of what should be included in the pitch.

With the Pitch Scorecard feature, you can set up to 8 criteria that the Pitch submissions will be scored against. The participant’s overall score will be the average of all the criteria.

You can find more in-depth info on Pitches here, for both states: published and unpublished.

Link modules allow you to add external websites right into your content that will count towards a participant’s completion. The user can click directly into the link module within the huddle which will trigger 100% completion.

In order to create a link module, add one to your huddle, and then enter the URL that you would like your participants to navigate to. If SalesHood can display a preview of the URL, it will appear below the link. If not, select the “Redirect enabled” checkbox which will display a continue button for participants to access the link outside of SalesHood.

Test Module

Test modules allow you to test your participants on their knowledge of the content. You can use the Prerequisite Module setting to designate a prerequisite module(s) that must be fully completed before the user can interact with the test.

For scheduled Huddles, you can set the Test Grader to either the Host or the participant’s Manager. For open huddles, the test grader is the participant’s Manager (because there is no Host for open content).

The Options settings is where you can set the # of attempts for the test (single, multiple – unlimited, or multiple – limited), and set a Required Minimum Score to pass.

You have 3 options for the Question Type: multiple choice – one answer, multiple choice – multiple answers, or essay – short answer. You can add an explanation for each answer (optional).

Plugin Module

Plugin modules allow you to add LMS/SCORM content to your Huddle, which must be uploaded as a SCORM 1.2 compliant .zip file. The module will default to the recommended settings, and you can adjust the Dimension settings if needed.

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