If you’re competitive like me, you love a good competition and enjoy seeing your name at the top of the leaderboard. That’s a big reason why we have the leaderboard—it leads to some friendly competition and it helps you see how you compare to your peers.
Leaderboards are pretty straightforward but let’s break down how you can use them to understand your impact among your peers.
Finding the GaggleAMP Leaderboard as a Gaggle Member
The Leaderboard can be found at the top of your navigation bar as the first selection on the dropdown menu.
Using the GaggleAMP Leaderboard
The GaggleAMP Leaderboard allows you to see how you rack and stack against your peers. Sometimes Gaggle Managers use Leaderboard for contests and competitions, too.
The right-hand side of the leaderboard is the display area of your leaders; the left is the filters or criteria used to reorder the leaders on the right.
In the image, you will see your top three leaders on the leaderboard that match the filters on the left. Under the image are the remaining Members who make up the top 10 of the leaderboard.
Note: If your Gaggle Manager has Community activated, you’ll also have the option to follow and unfollow Members of the leaderboard. If you follow another Member of the Gaggle, in the Community, you can use additional filters to only see content from those you follow.
Here are the various criteria you can use to sort and filter the leaderboard:
Sort by Points and Reach
Leaderboard can be sorted two ways:
- Points - sorted by the number of points awarded for completing Activities. You might have noticed that points are assigned for completing Activities in values of 5, 10, and 15. Those at the top of the leaderboard have either completed the most Activities in total or completed several high-value Activities to rise to the top.
- Reach - sorts the leaderboard based on the reach of the Activities shared rather than the point values associated with the Activities. Sometimes these leaderboards rank people the same, but that is often not the case. This weights the leaderboard more toward how many people their participant's posts reach when they share it on their social networks.
From here, you can add filters to your leaderboard to look at different segments of people.
Filter by Channels
Your Leaderboard can now showcase points earned through Activities that have been directed to the channel(s) you select. This refined view ensures that the points reflected on the Leaderboard are directly linked to the targeted channels, offering a clearer picture of your impact.
Filter by Groups
With this filter in action, if you are an active member of the selected group(s), you will grace the leaderboard. If you are inactive, you will not be on the leaderboard.
This filter is unique because it is ideal for spotlighting group Members and their achievements.
Filter by Date
Every point on your leaderboard now tells a story. The date filter shows points earned on specific dates, allowing you to track the progress and impact of activities over time. So, say you are participating in a contest. Awards will be given out to the most points rewarded between say August 1st through 31st. Any Activity you complete during that timeframe will count on the Leaderboard.