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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

RE screen recording: Screenflow is a winner.

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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

Mainly my iPhone, things I see that inspire me get snapped quickly so I can remember them later.

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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

Thanks Chris. I got playing with Wufoo last night and I think that should be able to handle it.

Very easy to use without the hassle of needing to run reports manually

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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

Thanks bro – so there’s no way google docs will turn it into pretty pictures?

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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

Hi all,

I would like to create a weekly employee feedback form to track employee health / motivation / moral.

Every week, I would like employees to fill out a form with some generic questions collecting a mix of qualitative and quantitative data. For example:

“On a scale of 1-10 How would you rate the difficulty of this week’s workload?” “On a scale of 1-10 how would you rate your motivation this week?” “What has been your most difficult task this week?” Etc

I would like the responses to be put into easily accessible reports / databases, in particular making the quantitative data viewable over extended periods.

So far my search leads me primarily to Wufoo, although I’m wondering if it would be possible to use Google Docs, as staff are already familiar with this.

If anyone can offer feedback or advice, that would be superb. Thank you :)

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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

These responses are really interesting. I wasn’t expecting such varied responses (or strict routines).

I tried many different routines and time limits when working.

I’ve found working 2 focussed hours in a morning and 2 focussed hours in an afternoon are how I get my best work done.

I deal with email, social media etc over coffee in a morning then in an afternoon too.

But 2 hours seems to be my attention limit. Any more than that and I start producing very low quality work (in all aspects of my job).

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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

4 hours max. Then I need at least 15 minutes to clear my mind – usually eat something and flip through television channels during the break.

Do you limit your breaks to 15 minutes (or another set time) and find that helps? Or do you get back to work when you feel like it?

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quickandeasy Volunteer moderator says

hello all,

I’m just curious to ask (for some private research and curiosity):

When you sit down to work in a morning (or afternoon for that matter), how long can you work for effectively before needing to take a break?

Whether you work in an office, coffee shop, for yourself or an employer – do you find you have a limited timeframe you can work before your work quality begins to suffer?

If so, do you impose time limitations on each work period?

Interested to hear your responses :)

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