How to check the Response Rate for a specific team?

How to check the Response Rate for a specific team?

The article will step you through how to check the Response Rate for a specific team.
  1. Login into Teamgage
  2. Select Report and then List from side navigation (on the left of the screen)
  3. Search for the name of the specific Report/Team
  4. Click the Report button (its on the far left side from the team)
This will open the Launch screen and let you see the see the Response Rate (in the Details panel) for that specific team.

If you think the Response Rate is a little low, you can always tap the "Remind Team to Submit" button (Learn more about reminding your team to submit).

And if you want more tips check-out 5 ways to boost your submission rate

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