With Fellow's analytics section, your CEO, HR, or other members of the leadership team can see how your workspace is using Fellow as a whole, and how active each team is.
Navigating to the Analytics Section
To find this section, click on your avatar or company logo. Then select "Analytics"
What's in the Analytics Section
In general, the Analytics section has 3 main sections/components:
Key graphs: When you first open up the Analytics section, you'll see 2 graphs right away. Together, these graphs will give you a quick overview of your workspace health.
The first graph focuses on overall meeting health (i.e how many meetings have agendas). Beside that shows overall calendar hygiene (i.e are people spending so much time in meetings that they have no focus time/time to get things done).
Filters: Filters allow you to specify the time range (last 14 days, last 30 days, last 60 days, or last 90 days) and which individuals and their reports you are reviewing.
the entire workspace
Filter either by themselves or;
Include their direct reports
If the member that you choose has direct reports, you'll be able to either specify whether you would like to include or exclude reports. By including reports, you'll be able to see that team or departments stats as a whole. For example, if Pascal is the Head of Marketing, then if I select Pascal --> Include reports, I can see the stats for all of marketing.
Tabs and related graphs: There are 4 tabs that give you an overview of different aspects of account health. These are:
To make things as easy as possible, here are where to find some of the key insights that you might be looking for.
Ensure that 1-on-1s are happening
If you are interested in whether they are happening across your whole workspace, you can find this information in one of the key graphs at the top of the section. the number of Manager 1-on-1s will appear in the darkest purple.
Or if you are interested in a specific team member or department, use the filters to see that specific data. Under the meetings tab, you'll be able to tell whether or not the person is preparing for their 1-on-1s, if they are taking notes, and if those meetings are ending with action items.
Get a birds-eye view on the number of meetings that your organization is having
Click on the Calendar tab to view how much time is being spent in meetings across your organization.
Then scroll down even further to gain insight into how this could be improved. Are there too many large meetings that might not need to be so large? Are meetings running on the long side? With these insights, you can decide how you can help your team be as productive and impactful as possible in their work.