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How do I customize the 9-box grid displayed on user profiles?
How do I customize the 9-box grid displayed on user profiles?
Isabella R. avatar
Written by Isabella R.
Updated over a week ago

In Teamflect, administrators have the flexibility to customize the 9-box grid displayed on users' Teamflect profiles without the need for a review cycle. This feature allows managers and Teamflect admins to edit the 9-box results within user profiles, providing valuable insights at any time while offering chronological order displaying 9-box grid evaluation results related to a review cycle or the ones separately evaluated.

Here's a step-by-step guide to help you customize the default 9-box grid:

Step 1: Access the Reviews Module

Start by navigating to the admin center of Teamflect and locating the Reviews module located under the Modules section.

Step 2: Configure Default 9-Box Template

In the Reviews module, look for the setting labeled "Configure default 9-box template."

Step 3: Make Customizations

Within this setting, you can easily make changes to the wording within the 9-box grid. Simply click on the respective boxes and edit the content to suit your preferences.

Step 4: Save Your Changes

Don't forget to save your changes after customizing the 9-box grid. This ensures that your modifications are applied.

Beneficial Use Cases:

  1. Real-Time Adjustments: Customize the 9-box grid in real-time, allowing you to adapt it to your organization's evolving needs.

  2. Tailored Insights: Edit the wording within the 9-box grid to align with your company's unique performance criteria and values.

  3. Efficiency Improvement: Save time by making quick adjustments without waiting for a formal review cycle.

  4. Continuous Evaluation: Evaluate employees whenever necessary, providing timely feedback and improving performance management.

By following these simple steps, administrators can tailor the 9-box grid on user profiles to best suit their organization's requirements, ensuring precise and effective performance evaluations.

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