New Mission Reporting
What is mission reporting?
Every Mission that is published or stopped contains an overview page that includes a reporting dashboard. These reports aggregate mission response counts by user, place, and task.
How to access mission reporting
To access mission reporting:
- Navigate to Missions in the dashboard’s top-line navigation bar.
- Click on any started or stopped Mission name, then select New Overview from the mission info navigation bar.
The reports available on the overview tab are divided into two sections: Statistics and Task Summary. The statistics reports are broken into three tabs: Mission Responses, Participants, and Places.
- The mission responses tab displays an area chart that tracks the total count of responses submitted on each day within the filtered time frame. To view a list of all responses submitted during the filtered timeframe, click See All Mission Responses. A searchable table containing a list of individual mission responses will populate below the area chart.
- The participants tab displays a bar chart with a list of users that have submitted mission responses within the filtered date range. The chart shows the total count of responses per user and automatically sorts from highest to lowest. If a mission is user-assigned-place (UAP) enabled, a user must be assigned at least one place in the mission’s place group to be considered a participant.
- The places tab displays a bar chart with a list of places where mission responses have been submitted within the filtered date range. The chart shows the total count of responses per place and automatically sorts from highest to lowest. If a mission is user-assigned-place (UAP) enabled, a place must be assigned to at least one user on the mission’s team to be included in this report’s total place count.
The reports available on the overview tab are divided into two sections: Statistics and Task Summary. The task summary section includes a report for each task in the Mission. The visualization type varies by task type.
All task titles are hyperlinked and drill into additional reporting with data tables of response data.
Multiple choice/multiple select tasks
Multiple choice and multiple select tasks are reported in a bar chart. This chart displays each answer option as an individual bar. Each bar calculates the percentage of total responses where that answer option was selected over the filtered timeframe.
Yes/no task responses are reported in a pie chart. This chart showcases the percentage of responses that were ‘Yes’ vs the percentage of responses that were ‘No’.
Searchable list tasks
Searchable list tasks are reported via a data table. This table displays a row for each catalog item that was selected and aggregates the total count of times items were selected.
Count & price tasks
Count and price task responses are aggregated into four key metrics represented in a single tile:
- Sum: the sum of all task responses submitted to the task
- Average: the average of all task responses submitted to the task
- Low: the lowest numeric task responses submitted to the task
- High: the highest numeric task response submitted to the task
For count tasks, the tile formats the number as an integer with the same number of decimal places as is configured on the task.
For price tasks, the tile formats the number as a price.
Scale task responses are reported in a column chart. This chart shows the reported task responses on the x-axis and displays the total count of responses for each answer on the y-axis.
Temperature task responses are aggregated into three key metrics represented in a single tile:
- Average: the average of all temperatures submitted
- Lowest: the lowest temperature recorded
- Highest: the highest temperature recorded
Date tasks are reported in a table that displays each distinct date reported. Each row calculates the percentage of total responses where that answer option was selected over the filtered timeframe.
Short answer tasks
Short answer tasks are compiled into a table that displays the response value along with the user name and date.
Photo submissions are aggregated into a tile to preview images.
At this time, there is no reporting available for signature tasks on the overview page.
An icon will appear on the task’s report tile if the task is tied to advanced logic.
- Dynamic tasks (show/hide logic) have eye icons to indicate that the availability of the task is tied to an advanced logic rule
- Set value tasks have an arrow icon that indicates the reported response value can be set by advanced logic rules
Read more about advanced logic here.
The data reported on the mission overview page can be filtered by date, user, team, place, place group, task, or advanced information.
To filter mission response data by date:
- Navigate to the date range dropdown and select from the last 7 days, last 30 days, last month, this month, all time, or define a custom date range.
To filter by user, team, place, place group, task, or advanced information:
- Click + New Filter button.
- In the new filter popup, name the filter, select the criteria, and click Save.
- Once saved, the filter will be available for selection in the filter dropdown.
Read more on filtering mission response data here.
Legacy Mission Reporting
Viewing a Mission
From the main Missions page, click on the Mission that you want to view. To do this:
- Click Missions in the top navigation bar
- Select a Mission from the list below to view Reporting
Note: By default, you'll see Missions that are currently active (Started), but you can find Missions that are in the Scheduled, Draft, Stopped or Archived state by toggling the status filters at the top of the page.
The Mission Reporting page has 6 tabs:
The Overview tab provides a high level summary of the Responses for the selected Mission. You will see a tile for each task in your Mission and a pre-set graph associated with the Task type. By default, this page will render results of Mission Responses from the past 7 days, but you can modify the date range filter on the left, and apply other filters to the data on the right.
At the top of the page, you will see a time series graph with Mission Responses over time. This graph shows the number of Mission Responses submitted for this Mission within the selected time period.
Next, the Participation Tile is a quick way to see the percentage of eligible Users or Places with at least one submitted Mission Response for this Mission. It also displays a leaderboard of the Top 4 Users or Places with the most submitted Mission Responses.
The tiles under the top section of the Overview page show a graphic for each task in your Mission. Depending on the task type, a different visual will be displayed. To dig into a single task and view all supporting Responses, click on the Task title to view the Task page.
The Task view page will show a larger version of the graphic as well as a data table with all the Responses for that Task. You can search the data table or sort by any column. Further, you can click on the row for a particular task response to pull up the full Mission Response from that user.
Mission Responses Tab
All of the Mission Responses submitted for this Mission are listed on the Mission Responses tab.
The table includes information about each Mission Response's Mission Response ID, User Name, Place ID, Place Name, Distance*, and Time Stamp. Like other data tables in GoSpotCheck, you can search or sort by any column. To view the full Mission Response, click on the row for the Mission Response you want to view and it will be displayed.
Here you can view all the People that were on the Teams assigned the Mission. You can easily search for a specific user's name or sort by the number of Responses per user.
Click on a user's row to see all Mission responses from that user for the Mission. From there, click on any Mission to view the full Response.
The Places tab displays Places that are on the Place Group(s) assigned to the Mission. Search with the search box or sort by clicking the column headers.
Click on a Place's row to see all Mission Responses completed at that Place for this Mission. Then click on any Mission Response to view the full Response.
The Info tab provides a look at the structure of the tasks included in the Mission, as well as details about its distribution and availability to mobile users. This page is for reference to check on the Mission settings and structure. If you'd like to make any changes to the Mission's tasks, structure or settings, click the Edit button in the top right of your screen.
The Alerts tab lists all Alerts which have been triggered for the selected Mission. For more information about Alerts, click here.