» What's just around the corner in EchoSpan v7.79
EchoSpan will soon be releasing version 7.79 of our employee feedback platform. In this blog entry, we take a sneak peek at a few of the noteworthy enhancements this release has to offer.
Net Promoter Score
Net Promoter Score or NPS is a measure of how much others would recommend a company, product or employee. NPS is a trademarked process where questions are asked a specific way with a specific rating scale and reports are calculated according to their formula. Scores range from -100 to 100 where the higher number is better. Version 7.79 of EchoSpan will include support for NPS items, reports and exports. NPS items can be used with Enterprise engagement surveys or 360-degree feedback surveys.
Users connecting to EchoSpan through SSO will now land on a single, summary dashboard that shows all feedback requests, development plans and reports on one page. From there, users can jump into individual projects to complete feedback tasks. The Summary Dashboard will provide quick, real-time status information on all tasks that a user is assigned to complete and makes managing multiple, simultaneous feedback projects much easier.
Distribute Reports to Hierarchy Managers
With a single click, send 360-degree feedback survey reports to managers defined by your employee database. Report recipients can then log into their EchoSpan dashboards to download reports, or, download them directly from email. You ll be able to easily configure security rules for reports as well as expiration dates, so that reports are only readable by their intended recipients and for a limited time.
Customers running very large feedback projects will soon have faster and easier export downloads. Exports in excess of 20MB will be split automatically into multiple download files. This makes the process of downloading large files more manageable and helps comply with many organizations download size restrictions.
Keep an eye out for more information on the version 7.79 release when it goes live in a few weeks.
Last updated: Wednesday, February 16, 2022