Today we're launching our new impact tracking analytics feature, giving you more visibility over your account.
We're always listening to feedback and one key feature we've had multiple requests for is being able to see a dashboard showing the usage and impact of Myles Wellbeing, and the activity levels of your team.
Wellbeing initiative impact is hard to track at the best of times and this can make life difficult when trying to figure out what's working for your team and what's not.
That's why today we're launching our new impact tracking analytics feature.
Our new analytics feature lives inside the Myles Wellbeing admin dashboard. This gives you access to a range of graphs and statistics about your team or organisation.
You are able to select a custom date range and then look at the numbers for areas such as the different types of activities recorded, total steps and the total duration of activities recorded.
This data can be used for a number of things such as:
The new analytics feature is available to all customers on the full version of Myles Wellbeing.
No. We strongly believe that looking at the analytics of the group as a whole, whilst protecting the privacy of individuals is the best way forwards.
If you'd like to see the new analytics feature in action, feel free to book a demo and we'd be delighted to have a chat with you.
Dr Helen Garr joined us at the NHS Staff Wellbeing Collective 2023 to look at the 5 ways to wellbeing through her talk titled "Go To Rome"