Introduction to roles analytics
Important: Roles analytics is only available to plan admins on Enterprise plans.
Roles analytics gives you a snapshot of your learners' engagement with Role IQ. This helps you:
- Identify the roles that learners are engaging with most
- View average skill levels and scores for roles
- View when a learner last measured the skill for a role
In this article, we'll give a basic overview of some of the data and report features available.
Overview of roles analytics
To get started, log in to your Pluralsight account and click on Analytics using the left pane navigation. Next, click on Roles from the top center panel. All analytics and report downloads are in real-time within 15 minutes.
A: Role IQ Engagement is the number of learners who have self-selected a Role IQ level or gotten Role IQ in at least one role, out of the total number of learners on your plan.
B: Role IQs Achieved is the total number of learners who have completed all skill assessments in a role and received a Role IQ level.
C: Total Unique Roles is the total number of roles at least one learner has engaged with on your plan. This includes self-selecting a level or getting a Role IQ in Pluralsight, partner, and company-created roles.
D: Avg Completion Time is the average completion time that a learners takes to complete a role across your organization.
Below the roles overview, you'll find each role in your organization, active and assigned users, last activity, and Role IQs achieved. Click the orange Download button to download a CSV file of this data.
Click any role in roles analytics to display role-specific analytics.
A: Skills is a list of required skills needed to get a Role IQ.
B: Users Assessed is the total number of users assessed in that skill.
C: Minimum Proficiency is the lowest threshold to be considered Level 1 for that role.
D: Avg Proficiency is the average proficiency level and score for learners in this role who have measured in that skill.
Click the orange Download reports button to select from three reports in the dropdown menu.
- Role Skill Levels Report lists the skills and proficiency levels within a role.
- User Role IQs lists the last activity and role progression data for learners in that role.
- User Skill Levels lists all skills and skill proficiency levels for each learner in that role.
Users with this role
Below role-specific analytics, view all learners with this role. Click the dropdown menu to display All Users, or only Assigned Users.
You can view the learner's level for each skill, and when they last took the skill assessment.
Congratulations! You now know the basics of roles analytics! Feel free to check out some of the additional analytics available to you below. Or, explore how to customize roles for your organization.
Get started with basic analytics
Get started with advanced analytics (Enterprise only)
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