What can I learn from this page?
Information about the different Export options available to Admin Users
Who is this guide for?
Whether you're a seasoned Admin or new to the role, this guide will help you explore the various reporting export options available on the Performance side of the Culture Amp platform.
To view a full breakdown of the columns included in each export, check out our template.
Peer and upward feedback
This refers to peer and upward feedback gathered inside a performance review cycle where peers and direct reports give feedback on how an employee is doing and how they can improve.
To export go to Performance > Admin: Performance Review Cycles > View cycle > Peer and Upward Feedback > Export:
There are 3 export options for peer & upward feedback:
Summary: This option includes subject details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), manager details (Name, ID, Email), number of nominations submitted and received, number of feedback requests sent, received, completed, dismissed, and incomplete
Nominations: The Nominations export comprises subject details, manager details, nominee details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), and the submission date.
Feedback: This option covers subject details, manager details, reviewer details, feedback type (upward or peer), date requested, date completed, date dismissed, and the feedback provided.
This relates to the Manager Review component of a Performance Review Cycle. Managers assess their direct reports, reviewing past performance, and providing suggested areas for future growth.
To export, go to Performance > Admin: Performance Review Cycles > View Cycle > Manager Review > Export CSV:
This Export contains subject details (Name, ID, Email, demographics), manager details (Name, ID, Email), date completed, date shared, average question rating, question responses (manager)
Self-reflections are a core step in an employee's performance experience. Employees reflect on their achievements, learnings, and areas for growth during the review period.
To export, go to Performance > Admin: Self-Reflection Cycles > Download CSV:
This Export contains subject details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), manager details (Name, Email), date completed, date manager seen, date manager replied, question responses (subject)
Calibration views are an easy way to share performance review data with the right people. These views encompass performance reviews, self-reflections, goals, and peer feedback data associated with a set of selected employees.
To export, go to Performance > Admin: Performance Review Cycles > Calibration Views > Export CSV:
This Export contains subject details (Name, ID, Email, demographics), manager details (Name, ID, Email), date completed, date shared, average question rating, question responses (manager), performance rating, calibrated rating, calibration notes, note updated timestamp
Use the Goals reporting export for an overview of all goal types. Reporting includes all goals, which will be listed and un-redacted in the report, except goals with visibility set as visible only to me which will be redacted.
To export, go to Goals > Admin: Reporting:
There are 3 export options for goals reporting:
Export all goals
Export filtered goals
Export all goals: Subject details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), goal name, type, and description, team/department, goal progress, visibility, priority, status, key results, created at date, due date, last updated, incoming alignments, outgoing alignments
Export filtered goals: Same as export all goals but for a specific date range
Goal Alignment: (Individual and Department Goals aligned to Company goals only)
Goal ID, aligned goal ID, employee account status (active/deactivated)
Administrators can use this export to download a list of employees who have not created any goals in the system.
To export, go to Goals > Admin: Usage > Download CSV:
This Export contains details about employees who have not created goals (Subject Name, ID, Email, Demographics), and Manager ID
Manager Requested Feedback History
This refers to feedback that managers ask for outside of a performance review. It's when a manager (or an admin acting for a manager) asks other employees at your company to provide feedback about their direct reports.
To export, go to Feedback > Anytime Feedback > Reporting and Settings > Manager-Requested Feedback: History > Export Data:
This Export contains manager email, requested from details (Name, ID, Email), reviewee details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), feedback type, subject details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), date requested, date completed, date dismissed, and date shared.
Anytime Continuous Feedback Stats
This kind of feedback refers to ad-hoc feedback exchanged between coworkers outside of a performance review cycle setting.
To export, go to Feedback > Anytime Feedback > Reporting and Settings > Continuous Feedback: Feedback Overview > Export Data:
Export contains completed on date, author details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), subject details (Name, ID, Email, Demographics), read by recipient (true/false), liked by recipient (true/false), requested on date, request type
Why is my export blank?
If you are receiving a Blank Admin Export, check your permissions; this will occur if you are assigned as a Performance Admin as well as an HRBP. HRBP rights take precedence over Admin rights, which will result in a limited view of data. In short, Account Admins don’t need HRBP rights. The fix? Remove your HRBP permissions leaving Account Admin only access assigned.
Why are my answers appearing as dates in my csv export?
If you are having issues with answers appearing as dates in CSV exports, try opening the file in excel. From there convert the formatting on the entire column which includes the cells that are formatted as dates. Update the formatting of the date range to the custom date format: d-d.
Why is the data in my export formatted strangely?
Generally our Performance exports are typically in CSV format which can lead to strange formatting if the file is opened directly within certain versions of Excel.
This is generally caused because the version of Excel the file is opened in doesn't handle CSV data very well. This can lead to data being mixed up between columns and some text shown as #NAME? or similar (because Excel recognises some characters as a formula).
In most cases, Mac users can simply overcome the issue by opening the CSV in a programme that handles CSV data, such as Numbers and export the file to Excel from within that programme instead.
For users on PC's, if GoogleSheets is available to you, try uploading the file and opening it in Google sheets.
Alternatively, you can import the CSV file to Excel using the instructions in this user guide.