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Glint Pulse Survey Results Color Coding

  • 26 May 2023
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I don’t understand how Glint is deciding to color code results in a pulse survey.  I will see some items in blue, grey, or red and I can’t figure out what dictates the color coding.

 

For example, I have one question with all favorable responses and score of 90 but it is colored red.  Yet I have a different question with all favorable responses and score of 90 that is colored blue.  This doesn’t make sense to me.  Both questions are higher scores than the last survey so both have trended up.  Why is one red and the other blue?

 

I have not been able to find details on this coloring.  Does anyone have more info on this?


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This is the response I got from Glint support on this:

The color coding represents the following: 

  • Red - Opportunity
  • Blue - Strength
  • Grey - Excluded from the calculation


These are based on the Driver Impact calculations, placing drivers into Opportunities and Strengths. How it is determined is explained in this article: https://community.glintinc.com/engage-documentation-28/driver-impact-1137

You can also find more information on Team Summary in our Community article here: https://community.glintinc.com/engage-documentation-28/team-summary-1799
https://community.glintinc.com/best-practices-for-using-glint-engage-52/strengths-opportunities-on-the-team-summary-dashboard-951

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