Here's a sneaky peek at the latest KS customer wish list ideas, which have been included in the next software release. This will hit the live site in the spring. In no particular order..
I’d love to have the ability to store some of my group comparisons to avoid have to re-create them all the time. I know I can save them as PDF’s, but they’re always changing a bit, and I check them as requests for info, or I want to look at one or more. (NB this relates to the Results > Group Comparisons page).
Is it possible to have 3 options for the wording that goes on the email invitations? For example one for staff, one for interviewees, plus one other? Add more than one option for custom text on the Settings > Test Invite page. Maybe add a drop-down with ‘Invite 1, Invite 2, Invite 3’. Selecting the different option in the drop-down causes the different text to display.
In the default KS test invite, there’s a “click here” link that points to the video overview of test taking; however, I don’t see any HTML code available to add another link to the default invite. Can another one be added? Essentially, we’d like to point to our internal information page.
Is there any future hope of allowing groups to be shared between Users and Results? i.e. if you create a group or dynamic group on the Users > Users page, is there a way to re-create this group on the Results > Data page (without having to build it again from scratch)? Maybe ‘import’ popups on the Users and Results > Data pages to achieve this.
When an assessment is shown as “In Progress” on the Invites > History page, is there a way to see how much has been done without opening the assessment? i.e. can I roll over the invite and be able to tell how many questions have been answered? Or a percentage complete value?
Add an extra setting in ‘Settings’ for customising the test start page. Allow admins to customise the appearance of the test start page. Offer the option to enter our own custom text. One of the fields carries the KS default text (from the test intro). Allow admin to choose where this appears. Another field will be the KS note about tests with a time limit. Admins also choose where this appears.
Is there a way to suppress the usernames from the various graphical reports generated in the Results pages? I’d like to provide these graphs with just the data points themselves. Make the charts anonymous.
Can we add a filter on the Invites > History page, which allows admins to search on the main user list and provide a sub-list of users who have not been sent any invites at all? Add a new item in the filter at the top of the page called, ‘Invite not sent yet’.
Add to Dynamic Groups for users/invites/results the ability to filter by status (i.e. Interviewee/Employee/Ex-employee). Add Dynamic Group filtering to Invite History (plus the above new fields).
Swap ‘Skip question’ & ‘Request training’ buttons over on the test UI, to help avoid users skipping questions by accident.
If the 'Skip question' button is disabled, can you remove the corresponding blue square on the navigator key?
Add an advisory which is triggered if a user enters too many answers for pick list question types (not too few). It says: 'This question has a maximum of x correct answer choices'. Otherwise the pick list marking awards zero for too many answer entries, which might be considered a bit harsh.
In the admin dashboard, add a new csv export button on the Results > Data page which displays the info from the user data capture pages (at the start and end of a test). Can we see some new search fields, which allow results to be filtered, based on these user data capture fields? i.e. job title, industry, self rating value, etc.
We are grateful to everyone who provides feedback on the KS user experience. Whether it is an idea for a new admin dashboard feature. Or pointing out occasional bugs and errors which crop up during live testing. Both are hugely valuable to us and much appreciated. Special thanks to HOK, Cox, Purcell, RTKL, Pennoni and Evolve for the majority of these excellent service improvement suggestions. We'll keep you updated, as the dev approaches a go-live date.