What's New in Happiness Lab for 2020
Updates for January 2020 and beyond...
- The back end of 2019 has been a particularly busy period for us as we've been working on what is the largest set of enhancements in Happiness Lab since we released v2.0 midway through 2017...
- What we planned to release in December we have held back to incorporate the redesign work we were running concurrently - deciding that new features would have greatest impact if their launch was to coincide with a refresh to the look and feel.
- What follows are some of the highlights that we're planning to release as "live" on 24th January
- We've redesigned the Dashboard with both Pulse data and Happiness Wall now sitting alongside the Happiness data showing summary insights in a much quicker and easier fashion
- What we're able to show will also change... with the introduction of the Personal Range (offering a reliable and meaningful mechanism for interpreting individual ratings) being just one of the new charts available
- Both Pulse data and Happiness Wall have been given dramatic overhauls with the latter now much easier to use and a new set of reactions set to be launched too... while the former will offer snapshot views of sentiment in an easily digestible form
- At the stats level, there will be new filtering options, the ability to compare populations or time frames, and new ways to view data
- and much more besides...
What follows in February will be updates to notifications and flagging procedures utilising behavioural and data patterns to highlight concerns, anomalous behaviours as part of our ongoing safeguarding efforts.