Participation Metrics

It’s easy to keep up to date on the participant progress in Huddles and Learning Paths!

Completion Metrics in Huddles

Completion percentages for the huddle are calculated as the sum of % completion of each required module divided by number of modules.

In a Huddle, a user’s completion can be tracked two different ways.

From the perspective of a Participant in the Huddle, when a user is on the Overview Tab, they can view their own completion on the huddle in the Modules list. Their overall completion percentage can be seen for all modules at the top of the section.

As a Coach, Manager, or Host of a Huddle, the completion of all participants in a huddle can be found in the Leaderboard tab:

Completion Metrics in Learning Paths

Completion percentages for the huddle are calculated as the Sum of % completion of each required Huddle divided by number of Huddles in path, includes partial completions of required content.

The reporting in a Learning Path features two columns for completion metrics:

  1. Progress – This percentage provides the overall completion in a path thus far for an individual, group, segment, and/or team. When the overall completion in the path for an individual, segment and/or team is below 1%, the progress shown will be 0%. Also keep in mind that calculating progress for groups, segments, and teams may appear at 0% if the there are large number of participants in the group.
  2. Test – This percentage provides an average of the overall test score for an individual, segment, group, or team in the path.

Optional Modules and Huddles

Optional modules and huddles are not calculated into completion as they are not required to be completed by the participant. You’ll know that a module or huddle is optional either under the Modules list on Overview tab, where optional modules will have an OPTIONAL marker:

Or while viewing modules in a huddle, on the left hand menu, optional modules will be marked with an arrow symbol:

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