Best Practice - Allow Users To Monitor Attainment

Best Practice - Allow Users To Monitor Attainment

Often, users want to understand how close they get to various attainment levels.

Here are some ways you can ensure users can continuously monitor their progress from their personal incentive dashboards:
  • Release credits often
    • This allows users to review credits at regular intervals
  • Configure a baseline attainment level
    • This allows users to have an attainment when no rewards have been earned
  • Configure incentive dashboard settings to increase visibility
    • Ex: allow users to view potential calculated rewards before rewards are released
    • Ex: allow users to view their attainment before rewards are released

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