Better, Faster, Easier—Rinse, Repeat


This month has been all about making Peoplelogic easier and faster to get the important information you need to make data driven decisions.

New Features

  • Admins and Managers can select custom events as their team KPIs. Employee pages deployed last month now also show these custom KPIs.
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  • New Aggregator: Basecamp
  • Overhauled Salesforce aggregator – fewer API calls, tracking of Leads and finer grained detail of activity (including working when OpportunityFieldHistory is disabled)
  • Employee list defaults to only active employees and can be filtered to deactivated
  • You can now create and ignore users in the integration user mapping tool in bulk
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  • Slack activity is now available in the Insights
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  • Add event and add note dialogs now default properly on employee pages
  • Simplified the new dashboard to draw attention to KPIs and recommendations
  • Infrastructure was spawning frontend instances too frequently leading to cold starts and slow performance
  • Too many sessions were being created during API calls leading to slow performance
  • Integrations count removed from employee pages and tables
  • GSuite admins that viewed all user calendars had extra events tracked

Bug Fixes

  • KPI block on homepage was empty if manager/admin didn’t have a primary team
  • Editing a deactivated employee could reactivate them
  • Occasional error running Intercom aggregator
  • Activity stream would throw errors on employee and team pages
  • Trello aggregator occasionally logged two event types as the same
  • Jira aggregator occasionally logged two event types as the same

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