Measure utilization with upgraded workplace analytics

Starting today, workplace analytics available on the web dashboard. This update comes with a smarter way of calculating space utilization, better filters, and extra context for sharing charts with the rest of the team.

With this update, you’ll have an easier time answering some of the most common questions about workplace utilization and how it impacts the average employee’s ability to get stuff done. For example:

  1. Does your office have enough spaces?

  2. When is the office busiest?

  3. Are spaces and events well-matched?

  4. How are spaces used?

  5. How much space can your office save from abandoned meetings?

Thanks to your feedback, we’ve also added a few ways to share these results with the rest of your team in presentations (complete with talking points!). What good is a chart if it can’t go into a Powerpoint presentation, after all?

A few highlights…

New! Event Duration summarizes typical meeting length, and helps you discover how duration changes between spaces.

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Event breakdowns now call out ad hoc meetings separately. In most offices, this represents at least 25% of meetings and is a strong indicator of flexibility, versus predictable routine meetings. A more flexible office will have an easier time adapting to changes.


Refined utilization calculations to weigh factors like working hours and ad hoc meetings to get you a more accurate picture of your workplace in action.

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Clearer visualizations, with contextual tooltips that help you navigate each chart.

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Workplace analytics are available on all accounts starting today, via the web dashboard. Looking for a more in-depth tour of your new metrics? We’ve prepared a few guides to get you started