The Stats Page shows the engagement leaderboards according to your specified settings. You can choose to display the stats focused on each user who is viewing the Stats page from their Recognize account, Stats of each team, and also Stats of the whole company. The leaderboards here show total points which will include points earned for sending a recognition, +1'ing, and receiving a +1.
Locate the Stats Configuration
1. Click 'Menu' in the upper left corner
2. Select 'Company Admin' from the dropdown menu
3. Select 'Settings' from the left navigation bar
4. scroll to 'Stats'
Choose Your Settings
1. Show leaderboards for the company's teams, where the current viewing user is located in the user leaderboard. This means no matter where the current user is located in the leaderboard, they will see themselves and the people below them and above them, and not necessarily the top employees of the company if the current user is not a top employee
2. Show the top employees leaderboard, which shows the first place user, down to the last
Note: You may show both the top employee and the current user-focused leaderboards (user and team), or choose to show neither. If you choose to show neither, toggle each option to OFF. This will disable the Stats page entirely, so once you refresh the page, the top navigation link titled "Stats" will disappear altogether.
3. Enable leaderboards for top Yammer stats
4. Profile Badge Selection - here you can select which badges (if any) that will be shown in the pie graph on the user profile. Simply type the exact title of the badge in the text field below 'Profile Badge Selection'.
Viewing the Stats Page
1. Select 'Stats' on the upper left navigation bar to view your company's leaderboards
2. Select which badge (if any) that you would like to see stats for
3. Select the time frame you wish to see Stats for
4. You - The first section is an example of how personal stats would be viewed
5. Teams - The second section is an example of Team Recognition Stats, and the ones highlighted are the teams that the viewer is a part of
6. Top users - The third section is a list of all users, from most engagement to least