What we want to see is the number of phone calls per recruiter – to track activity on candidates.
We can add tags to candidates within a project, but then we cannot report on it.
But in the custom reports, you can’t do anything with those tags:
What would be awesome is a custom report that shows, for each recruiter:
- InMail Sent
- Phone Calls done (could be a tag)
- Moved to xxx stage
Unfortunately no way to do that report ☹.
Another approach would be to have a custom stage in the pipeline like “Contacted on the phone” that we could move candidates to. Then report on that pipeline stage.
Unfortunately no way to report on this either (you can only report on the top level stage).
When I look at a list of closed Pull Requests, I can see easily see who created them, but not who approved them…
Currently, I need to click on each PR to see who approved them; or add a filter “reviewed-by:” if I want to see all items approved by a specific person…
A little one here… I think the formatting would be nicer on iOS if the people were indented a little under each team
See image – the first column needs to be widened by default.
Even better would be the ability to drag to widen.
One of the things I’ve learnt using Microsoft Forms is that employees want to get feedback on their feedback, otherwise they feel that their time went into a blackhole.
Therefore, after all the responses come in, I review the comments and I find I want to bold and highlight remarkable feedback.
Workaround – You cannot do this now, so we must copy the responses into a Word document and annotate it there. Then I record a video and send it to the staff, an example (of a public one) is below.
- Please allow Microsoft Forms responses to be annotated
- Please allow an emoji to be given to a response
- Please give us an extra “Notes” column after the “Responses” column
- Please have the whole form have a “Notes” field too, so I can place comments there
E.g. the URL of the feedback video
I would like SharePoint News to have the number of views of each item.
Hopefully you’d see growth over time.
Also, the combo (see image) could include an option to sort by “most viewed”.
Camtasia 2021 is a big step up from the 2018 and 2019 versions.
See rule: https://www.ssw.com.au/rules/record-a-quick-and-dirty-done-video
Tip: Camtasia 2021 is recommended because it vastly improves upon 2018 and 2019.
Just before you record, you might want to check small details in the background. One piece of pain is you can not see the full screen of your laptop’s camera in Camtasia.
The workaround was not easy enough to discover when you have 3 people standing around you.
Workaround Tip: To see the full screen, first turn off the camera in Camtasia, then open the Windows Camera App.
It would be great if Camtasia allowed a “preview” of the full camera. See the below screenshots for details.
If that cannot be done, please add a link “Preview Hack” that pops a message to turn off Camtasia’s camera… and once done, will launch the Windows Camera app.
This problem comes up every couple of weeks so I thought of 4 things that would help Power BI users.
See email of failed refresh below. I get this email periodically telling me of an error. Thank you.
When I look into the error… sometimes it has magically resolved itself and it was a waste of time me looking into it.
Here is an example…
Suggestion #1 – Emails
We currently get an email on refresh failure. We need one on the next success too (only after the last one failed). Please.
Suggestion #2 – UX
Please add a Duration column in the Refresh History table next to the End Time.
Suggestion #3 – UX
Please provide more flexibility with refresh timings by allowing users to pick the time rather than just 30-minute intervals (change from combo to textbox).
Suggestion #4 – Please provide more info
The details link unfortunately does not provide much detail apart from saying it was a timeout issue.
This report uses an SSW gateway and my best guess is that this was due to some issue connecting to the Gateway.
If that is the reason it would be helpful to provide that info.
I often have problems giving specific feedback on Microsoft products and this example in Microsoft Outlook is an example.
Delay Send has been a feature I have used since I think the first version back in 1996.
Today I am sending emails to a co-worker at SSW on a Saturday and I see this cool new feature.
I think WOW! And I use it and think this Insight work Microsoft has done is super cool. ⭐
So I wonder how this works and look at “Delivery Options” and then I see this field is out of sync…
- I think to myself that the old feature I use is client side.
- I guess the new feature I am trying is server side.
So I read the help and am not enlightened. ☹️
So let’s tell Microsoft I didn’t like it.
I click “Not useful” and nothing obvious happens (see below image)
- I expect to see a red icon and a text field appear
- I expect to be able to tell Microsoft why it is not useful.
- I expect to get a URL that I can track the issue. This could be a nice integration point into Microsoft Rewards