Guide to your feedback reports
Types of reports
You can have two types of reports in Impraise: Review reports and Request reports.
Review reports are reports you receive from a review that you participated in, your direct report(s) participated in, or you were listed as an observer on. You can also receive a review report if it is shared with you by another colleague that has access to it.
Request Reports are reports that you receive from sending an Ask for Feedback request and having a colleague complete it.
Review reports can either be downloaded or be shared within Impraise in two ways:
- Manually on the open report page.
- Automatically upon a review reaching the deadline (Report sharing and anonymity are defined by the review creator).
Request reports can be downloaded, but cannot be shared within Impraise.
See examples of both files below.
Where to find your feedback reports
Your feedback reports can be found on your Feedback profile to the left-hand side.
If you’ve been shared a review report for a colleague or direct report you can find it on their profile page. Note, once a review report is shared it cannot be unshared.
If you cannot locate a report please confirm with your people operations team that the report has been shared with you.
Where to make notes on your review report
At the bottom of your review report, there will be a Summary and next steps section. There you, as feedback recipient, and your direct manager can write notes, lessons learned, and/or an action plan to reference at any time.
Be aware that only you and your direct manager will be able to make notes in this section, yet any person with access to the report within Impraise can view the notes left.
Tip: Currently, you cannot make notations on a request report within Impraise. As a workaround, download the file as a PDF and add in your own comments, reflections, and action items.