The My Groups page connects Admins and Group Admins to deeper group insights, which allow them to effectively understand how their teams are learning and support their progress.
What can Group Admins and Admins do with the My Groups page?
- As a Group Admin, you can see your groups’ learning activity, top courses and topics, and set learning challenges to keep them motivated and engaged.
- As an Admin, you have access to the same information and can compare different groups’ activity to help guide Group Admins on priority skills and areas of focus.
Accessing the My Groups page
To access the My Groups page, follow these steps:
- Hover your mouse over Manage at the top right of your account
- Select My Groups.
- This will bring you to your top group’s page, and you’ll be able to select other groups from the drop down menu if you manage multiple groups.
On this page, you will be able to:
- View your group’s learning engagement for the last 30 days along with previous month comparison, including number of users active, average learning time per user, actionable recommendations, and activity trends
- View your group’s current learning focus including top 10 courses, actionable recommendations, and ability to drill down further to explore top courses, top learners, and other topics people learn
- Explore your group’s top course, along with other active courses
- Create learning challenges to motivate your group to learn
How is learning time attributed?
The actual time spent learning may be attributed to more than one topic. This is because some courses are tagged with more than one topic, where two or more topics are equally relevant and important.
When this occurs, this will mean that the total time spent learning by topic will be higher than the actual time spent learning by the group.
To see the actual time spent learning by the group, please refer to the User Activity Dashboard.
The percentage (%) time spent learning is based on the time spent on each topic, counted individually. For example, if a learner progresses through a course for a total of 10 hours, which is tagged with two topics, then 10 hours of learning would be attributed to each topic for a total of 20 hours.
Challenges enable you to set short, achievable learning goals for your group, to help learners focus on the right skills and stay motivated. To learn more about how to create a challenge, see Creating Challenges for Groups (Enterprise Plan Users Only).