With Fellow's analytics section, you can see how your workspace is using Fellow as a whole, and how active each team is. Plus you'll be able to check and discover who completes the most action items, who is keeping on top of their 1-on-1s, or who is attending too many meetings.

To find this section, click on your avatar or company logo. Then select "Analytics"

Once you're in the Analytics section, there are a few filters to choose.

So first, we'll guide you through your filtering options.

Filters

1 - Choose whether you would like to see a Workspace overview or just individual members.

If you are looking at the overview, you'll be seeing compiled data for everyone in your workspace. It's great to see trends, and usage as a whole.

Or, you can look for specific individual metrics like Days active, 1-on-1s, Action items completed, etc. with the members tab.

Either way, active users will be members of the workspace who have logged in recently + any guests that were invited.

2- Choose the hierarchy level that you would like to see.

This could be at the entire organization level or just a specific team. If you would like to see a certain department, select the name of the head of the department. This will show you the information in their hierarchical tree (from them down). Or you can look at a specific team by selecting the name of their lead.

For example, if I look at the entire workspace, I see 202 users.

But if select Erin in the hierarchy filter, I only see their team. In this case, 4 users.

3- Choose the Time Range

Decide whether you would like to see data from the last 2 weeks (14 days), last month (30 days), or the last 3 months (90 days)

The Graphs

Now it's graph time!

Note: for these charts, the dates and times are in UTC

Daily Active Users

This shows how many users logged into Fellow each day.

1-on-1s

Meetings

View the number of meetings held in Fellow. This can provide insight in what days are busiest meeting-wise, and what days are more open for deep work.

Action Items

See the number of action items that are assigned and completed. This can help you determine whether action items that are written are actually being completed (or if there is a backlog).

Notes edited

Discover how the team is using Fellow. If there are more notes than meetings, this likely means that the team are using a lot of shared or private streams.

Feedback

See how much feedback is being exchanged. Is feedback being exchanged openly or is it isolated to official feedback cycles?

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