Welcome to this guide on how to view your most popular rewards using LiveSchool's Scoreboards feature. Scoreboards are a valuable tool for tracking and analyzing student behavior and rewards. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to sort your Scoreboards to easily identify the rewards that students have spent the most points on, providing you with valuable insights into student preferences and motivations.
Steps to View Your Most Popular Rewards
Step 1: Go to Insights
Begin by navigating to the Insights section in your LiveSchool account. Insights offer a comprehensive view of your data, allowing you to gain valuable insights into student behavior and rewards.
Step 2: Choose Scoreboards
In the Insights section, select the "Scoreboards" option. Scoreboards are powerful tools for visualizing and analyzing data related to student behavior and rewards.
Step 3: Select the Rewards Scoreboard
Within the Scoreboards section, choose the "Rewards Scoreboard." This specific scoreboard focuses on rewards and their usage by students.
Step 4: Click "Spent"
In the Rewards Scoreboard, click on the "Spent" option. This step is essential to sort the rewards by the number of points students have spent on them.
Step 5: Choose "Sort"
After clicking "Spent," select the "Sort" option to arrange the rewards based on the points spent by students.
Step 6: Choose "Highest to Lowest"
From the sorting options, choose "Highest to Lowest." This action will display the rewards that students have spent the most points on at the top of the list.
(Optional) Click Settings and turn Weight By Points "Off"
If you want to see the total number of times each reward has been purchased, you can click on "Settings" and turn the "Weight By Points" option "Off." This allows you to view the rewards that have been purchased the most, regardless of their point value.
You can view your most popular rewards either by the number of points students have spent on rewards or by the number of times students have purchased a reward.
In the example above, let's say "Binders" are worth 10 points and have been purchased 24 times. With "Weight By Points" turned on, you will see 240 (10 points x 24 purchases). However, with "Weight By Points" turned off, you will see just the 24 purchases.
To learn more about the "Weight By Points" setting and its implications, refer to our "Introduction to Scoreboards" article.