About 360 Report Summary Tables
The 360 Report Summary Table displays information on what evaluators have been invited to assess the subject, which of them responded, and the total evaluations for the assessment.
When you generate your subject report, the 360 Report Summary Table is automatically added to the first page for you.
- Subject: The name of the subject.
- Number of evaluators invited: The number of people invited to evaluate the subject, minus the subject themselves if they’ve been asked to do a self evaluation.
- Number of evaluators responded: How many evaluators responded across the entire assessment.
- Number of evaluations received: How many evaluators assessed the subject. This includes the self.
- Total evaluations for this assessment: The total number of evaluations you would receive with a 100% response rate. This includes self-assessments.
- Number of Others evaluations received: In this example, the default data source Others is loaded into the table. This number displays the evaluations completed for the subject excluding the self-assessment.
- Number of Self evaluations received: In this example, the default data source Self is loaded into the table. This number displays the number of self-assessments received. This number can only ever be 0 or 1.
Whenever you add a data source to the table, you will be able to see the number of evaluations received that fit the data source’s filter’s criteria. This means that when you add relationship data sources to the table, you can see how many specific kinds of evaluators responded to the project.
Here is a data source that finds your subject’s managers:
When you add it to the summary report, you get a row showing the number of managers who completed the assessment: