How to view comments for a specific Metric (or group of Metrics)?

How to view comments for a specific Metric (or group of Metrics)?

As more and more Teamgage Submissions are completed, you will see more and more comments for your team to discuss. You can access these comments at anytime in the comments tab of your Teamgage Results.

To protect anonymity, comments are randomly sorted - based on what Metric the comment is related to and when the comment was submitted. They are then presented in 7-day blocks.

If you want to focus on the comments related to a specific Metric you can use the Select Metrics filters. Simply check (or uncheck) the Metrics that you want to see - the comments will automatically refresh.




If you have any questions or feedback about how to filter comments by Metric, just let us know - support@teamgage.com.


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