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 here at GaggleAMP—it leads to some friendly competition and it helps Gaggle Managers run competitions amongst the team.
Leaderboards are pretty straightforward but let’s break down how you can use them to supercharge your Gaggle efforts.
Finding the GaggleAMP Leaderboard as a Gaggle Manager
The Gaggle Manager and a Gaggle Member both have access to a leaderboard but the functionality might be a little different. Here you will find the details of the Gaggle Manager leaderboard, but you can access details for the Member leaderboard here.
As a Gaggle Manager, navigate to ‘Members’ and select ‘Leaderboard’ from the dropdown menu.
Using the GaggleAMP Leaderboard
The GaggleAMP Leaderboard allows you to look at different segments of Gaggle participants. Sometimes Gaggle Managers use this for contests and competitions; sometimes it’s to get a better understanding of how different groups of Gaggle Managers respond to their Activities.
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 you have Community activated, you 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. If you are interested in a demo of Community, please contact your Customer Success Manager.
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. Points are assigned for 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.
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.
This is particularly helpful when your Channels are set up to look at different business units, allowing you to isolate contests to Members of particular Channels.
Filter by Groups
With this filter in action, only users who are active members of the selected group(s) will grace the leaderboard. This filter is unique because it is only these group Members which is ideal for spotlighting group Members and their achievements.
Filter by Campaign
As a Gaggle Manager, when you create Activities, you do have the option to tie most of them back to a specific campaign. The campaign filter exclusively showcases points earned by completing activities associated with the campaign(s) you choose. This filter, tailored for Manager-side use, ensures that your focus is precisely where it needs to be and allows you to run contests and rewards for participation in specific campaigns.
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, if you are running a contest for the top participation say in August, you can use the custom range to indicate August 1st through 31st and any Activity completed during that timeframe will count on the Leaderboard.
Lastly, you’ll notice at the very bottom of the filters on the left side of the Leaderboard the ability to reset the Leaderboard. This will reset all stat back to zero and it cannot be reverted, so be sure you really want to reset the leaderboard.
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