Insights is a new page in the FirstAgenda meeting platform, which gives you a compiled overview of your meeting statistics. From this, you can get data, statistics and a lot of information about your meeting activity, so that you and your coworkers can optimize the time you spend in meetings. Some of the things you can see in Insights are: how many meetings you have had within the last week, how much of your work time you spend in meetings, and how many tasks you have completed.
Where do I find “Insights”?
- Go to https://app.firstagenda.com
- Choose "Insights" in the top menu
The statistics in Insights mostly explain themselves, but there might still be questions that could occur while using Insights. We have gathered the most frequent ones below.
Which meetings are included in the statistics in Insights?
The statistics in “Insights” include data from all your own and your organization’s ended meetings, except solo meetings (i.e. calendar notifications you make for yourself) and all-day meetings. Of course, only the coworkers who use our products can give data to Insights.
"Coporate" - What data is included?
When you select to view “Corporate”, you can see meeting data for all of your organization. We define your organization from your email domain - e.g. if you were working at FirstAgenda, you would be able to see the compiled statistics for all meetings held in FirstAgenda. Read more about viewing data in Insights.
"Personal" - Can others see my statistics?
No, your personal meeting statistics are solely accessible to you and can not be accessed by others.
What does “Meetings with an agenda” mean?
All meetings with a meeting description will in FirstAgenda be defined as meetings with an agenda.
E.g., if you create a meeting in your calendar and write in the content box that you are going to define a marketing plan for the next quarter, the meeting will be defined as a meeting with an agenda.
Meetings that come from FirstAgenda (Prepare) will also have an agenda.In FirstAgenda, you can recognize a meeting with an agenda, as you will see that the category INFO will have an extra box over the meeting’s master data, showing the meeting description.
How does a meeting get rated?
You can read about this in the article: Rate the quality of your meetings
Hours spent in meetings
“% of work hours” is based on a work week of 40 hours
Under the category “Hours”, you can, as an example, see that you have spent 35 hours in meetings during one week - which adds up to 86% of your work hours.
NB: The percentage is based on a work week of 40 hours