The person to group queries (using an hours-based metric) use the same
time allocation logic. The only difference is that the assumption I
mentioned above that "groups don't give time to themselves if other
groups are present" doesn't apply, because ...
Hi Kunaal! The time investor is not the person who initiated the
collaboration. Every person in an interaction is a time investor if they
are licensed and not otherwise filtered out of the time investor group
when you set up the query.In your first e...
Hi Kunaal! The directionality in group queries actually has nothing to
do with who initiated collaboration. You can think of time investors as
the "subject" of the measure, and the collaborators as the "object" that
they are collaborating with. So if...
Hi Cody - when you try to use the beta Workplace Analytics data source
in Power BI, it should give you the option to choose between “Import”
and “Direct Query” modes. One of those (I don’t recall which) results in
the “empty” behavior that you descri...
Hi David - depending on whether you are hoping to summarize the results
by an employee attribute (e.g., Average weekly meetings by employee's
organization) or meeting attribute (e.g., Average meeting attendance
time by meeting organizer's organizatio...