To provide you with more insights to your workplace, you can now perform the following tasks:
View a list of bounded and task-based workflows.
Monitor specific application usage within a workflow.
Identify steps based on the production or other work applications and screens.
View contributors to waste at the workflow and step levels.
View user behavior at the workflow and step level.
Compare path variations.
To make it easier to manage your organization's hierarchy, you can now use the Administration tab to perform the following tasks:
Manage the production goals and parent organizations for each business unit.
Create, update, move, and disable teams and departments.
View the most recent shift for users.
Workforce Intelligence administrators can now manage Runtime client configurations directly from the Administration tab.
To manage the client configuration, you must use Robotic Automation Runtime version 8.0 SP1 2020 or later.
Adds an Analysis tab so you have access to export data from within Workforce Intelligence. You can then open this data in a spreadsheet to do additional analysis.option to the
For more information, see Viewing export data.
Adds support for handling multiple shifts on the same day. The total hours and score are based on the total shift time. The Timeline page shows all shift segments. In this release you can add, edit, and delete shift information for an associate and show any pending changes.
For more information, see Updating Shift Information.
Adds Legacy opportunities, which you can assign to applications that you are replacing or evaluating to see how much time users are spending in these applications. This information helps you to decide when to sunset the legacy application and monitor the transition to the replacement application.
For more information, see Types of opportunities.
Adds parallel sessions, which you can use to combine user sessions to get all information for that user level and more accurate results. There are the following scenarios:
Sessions that run on the same physical machine, such as when one of the sessions is virtual and one is remote.
Sessions that run on different physical machines, such as when an employee works on several machines.
Any number of sessions that might run in parallel. For example, if a user is working on two different physical machines and has virtual sessions running on each of these physical machines, there could potentially be four sessions running in parallel.
For more information, see Parallel sessions.
Adds a redesigned Opportunity Finder page that makes it easier to filter information by opportunity type, application, business unit, or minimum savings amount. On the Opportunity Details page, you can now see the trend of savings over time, a breakdown of savings by application, an enhanced timeline view of the entire day for the associate, and where the opportunity occurred. Using the Opportunity Details page, you can now compare departments, teams, and associates to understand how each are affected.
For more information, see Find opportunities and operational insights
Adds the Idle Time opportunity based on user input. Use this opportunity type to identify which associates accumulate the most idle time. Pega Workforce Intelligence also tells you whether that idle time was true idle time or was the associate being away from the computer for an extended period of time.
Changes the system to now classify IdleCancelled as an Idle event. For instance, if a user clicks Away in the Idle Time opportunity. Pega Workforce Intelligence adjusts totals from prior periods to reflect this change.instead of entering an Off-Computer Code, the time is now recorded as an idle event and displays as
Corrects a problem that prevented unique URLs with the same screen name from displaying on the Screen Administration page.
Makes sure that Wait Time opportunities are only counted once when screens are enabled for an application.
Makes sure that screen details display for all opportunity types.
Updates the screen header and toolbar to incorporate Pega design standards.
Changes the system so that you can better avoid naming issues when writing rules by removing leading and trailing spaces from screen names before storing the screen names in the database.
Adds support for using email addresses as alternate user IDs when using the runtime_user_def file to import users. Include the email address if your associates share network IDs. For more information, see the Pega Workforce Intelligence Administration Guide.
Adds the ability to integrate with Pega Customer Service and Pega Sales Automation.
Adds the ability to mark applications, screens, or pages as Noise and ignore them for sequence and set-based opportunities. For instance, you could mark Microsoft Outlook as Noise to omit data that is accumulated on Outlook from Central Application Exit Opportunities and instead focus on production-related applications. For more information, see the Pega Workforce Intelligence Administration Guide.
Removes "www" from the application name and URL paths to make the reports more readable.
Corrects a problem that prevented the Screen Administration page from showing the complete URL path for applications.
Corrects a problem that could cause users assigned to a team to show up as Unknown the first time that the system sends data.
Ensures that the system updates tags correctly in the Details section on the Screen Administration page.
Adds the Wait Time reporting capability. For more information on Wait Time reporting, see the Pega Workforce Intelligence Help.
For information on setting up Wait Time reporting, see the Pega Workforce Intelligence Administration Guide.
Enhances the way that table headers work on the Summary page.
Added a Calendar widget to the Application and Screen Administration pages. You can now select weeks, months, quarters, and years instead of only a single day.
The reports now let you see present and historical data based on the time frame that you specify.
Corrects a problem that could cause <<Not Assigned>> to display in the Timeline Team list.
Corrects a problem that could prevent an application from displaying in the Timeline.
Updates the link for the Help icon (?) on the Administration page.
Updates Pega Workforce Intelligence to provide a more consistent look and feel.
Lets you click time blocks on the Opportunity Timeline to see application and screen details.
Lets you include URL path excerpts when creating screen rules on the Screen Administration page.
Screen rules no longer require a URL pattern. You can now search for the URL or the screen pattern.
The Application Administration page now displays both the domain and browser. For example:
This lets you more easily update the categorization for each application.
New environments no longer include seeded applications, such as outlook.exe, but contain Off Computer Codes.
If the alias is blank, the Timeline now displays the executable or domain.
The Shifts view no longer groups on “Auto.” The system also lowercases network_ids if they are in mixed or upper case.
Adds the ability to enable and disable Google Analytics.
Corrects a problem that could prevent you from drilling into teams and getting spinners.
Corrects a problem that could cause a Chrome “Aw Snap” crash.
Addresses a browser cache issue.
Corrects a problem that could affect expected hours when you make changes to the hierarchy.
Makes sure that the system does not remove “.exe” in the Name field when you are mapping applications.
Makes sure that the hover text displays for users who are listed at the bottom of the Timeline.
Adds a missing Analysis link.
Corrects a problem that could cause duplicate application name error messages when mapping applications.
Makes sure that associate names do not display in report perspectives.
Makes sure that the screen mapping display name is visible for all applications.
Makes sure that new Pega Robotic Automation Runtime users display in reports.
Corrects a problem that could make Application Mapping updates fail.
Corrects a problem that could prevent you from loading business units in Profile Management.