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Evaluations Manager Grid

The Quality Manager - Evaluations Manager grid contains a list of all the inactive and active evaluations.

From the grid you can quickly see when the evaluation was created, the last time it created a session(s), etc.

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The Evaluations Manager grid contains the following information and options:

Parameter/Column Description
Newevaluation.png Enables you to select to create a new Regular or Calibration evaluation.
Delete.png Deletes the selected evaluation.
Filterdata.png Enables you to search for a specific evaluation.
0 Selected Indicates the amount of evaluations selected in the grid.
Name The name of the evaluation.
Evaluators If you selected Interactions when working with a One Time schedule, the amount of evaluators associated with the specific evaluation. Each one of these evaluators will be required to perform the same evaluation sessions. For example, if an evaluation is scheduled for over the course of a month with 3 evaluators and is configured to gererate 30 sessions, each evaluator will receive 10 different interactions.

If you selected Criteria when working with a One Time schedule, the interactions are randomly distributed among the evaluators.

Schedule Indicates if the evaluation is a one time evaluation or a recurring evaluation.
Type Indicates whether the evaluation is a Regular or Calibration evaluation. For details, refer to Evaluations Manager.
Form(s) Indicates the number of forms associated with the evaluation.
Last Activity Indicates the last time the evaluation created an evaluation session(s).
Status Indicates if the evaluation is active or inactive. An inactive evaluation cannot create evaluation sessions.
Created Indicates the date on which the evaluation was created.
Evaluations Created Indicates the number of evaluation sessions created as a result of the evaluation.
Columnselection.png Enables you to select the columns that appear in the Evaluations Manager grid.


See Also

Evaluations Manager
Create an Evaluation

This page was last edited on January 27, 2015, at 11:25.
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