Home gives you a quick snapshot of what's happening in your community. You can get an overview of the 4 core elements of crowd.dev:

  • Open tasks
  • Activities
  • Members
  • Organizations

By default, Home is displaying data of the last 7 days across all connected platforms. Above the activities element, you can change the time period of displayed data (7, 14, or 30 days) and filter by connected platforms. This will affect all modules on Home except your open tasks.

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Open tasks

  • My open tasks: Any open tasks assigned to you that are yet to be completed, displaying the task title, description, related member(s), assignee(s), and its due date. You can mark a task as completed by checking the circle next to the task name or edit the task by clicking the three dots on the right. You can also add new tasks by clicking "Add task" at the top right corner or navigate to your Tasks page by clicking "All tasks".
  • Task suggestions: When you first set up crowd.dev or you have no open tasks you may see suggestions of community tasks to create new tasks from.

Activities

  • Total activities: How many activities happened in your community (all-time)
  • Activity graph: How many activities happened in your community per day, displayed as a line chart
  • Overall sentiment: We analyze the sentiment of all text-based activities - think about pull requests, Discord messages, tweets, etc.. This module displays how many positive, neutral, and negative activities we identified (in total & in %).
  • Trending conversations: The most relevant conversations across all platforms. Trending is defined by the number of replies a conversation received in the selected time period. For every conversation you get insights into the number of participants, replies, and sentiment on each topic.
  • Recent activities: A feed of recent activities in your community, simply sorted by time and date.

Members

  • Total members: How many members were identified in your community (all-time)
  • New members: How many new members joined your community and did a first activity in the given time period. The result is displayed as a number (total new members in given time period) with a relative change (to previous time period) and as a graph (new members over given time period). Below you can see a feed of the newest members, from which you can jump directly to each member's profile.
  • Active members: How many members did at least one activity in the given time period. The result is displayed as a number (total active members in given time period) with a relative change (to previous time period) and as a graph (active members over given time period). Below you can see a feed of recent active members, from which you can jump directly to each member's profile.

Organizations

  • Total organizations: How many organizations were identified in your community (all-time)
  • New organizations: How many previously unknown organizations were linked to at least one new member in the given time period. The result is displayed as a number (total new organizations in given time period) with a relative change (to previous time period) and as a graph (new organizations over given time period). Below you can see a feed of the newest organizations, including logo, number of associated members and number of employees (if available).
  • Active organizations: How many organizations were linked to at least one activity of an associated member in the given time period. The result is displayed as a number (total active organizations in given time period) with a relative change (to previous time period) and as a graph (active organizations over given time period). Below you can see a feed of recent active organizations, including logo, number of associated members and number of employees (if available).

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