What is the Question Bank?

The question bank is a centralized location for review cycle questions.  Questions within the bank are quickly and easily accessible for use and re-use across review cycles.  This consistency allows Lattice to monitor rating questions and scored attributes across cycles, and provide insightful analysis of company trends.

Where is the Question Bank located?

Admins can find the question bank within the Reviews tool in our Performance suite.  Navigate to your "Admin" tab at the top of the page, click on "Reviews" on the left side of your screen, and then click "Questions" in the drop-down menu.

How do I create new questions in the Question Bank?

To create a new question from the question bank homepage, click the bright blue button labeled "Create Question" on the top right of your screen.  You'll be greeted by the pop-up shown below.  Write your question, select your response type, click "Save" and you will have successfully added a question to your bank.

Creating new questions with templates

The second method to add new questions to your bank is through review templates.  Enter the Reviews tool, click "Templates" in the drop-down menu, and then click the bright blue button labeled "Create new template" in the top right corner.  When a template is created or updated, the questions inside will automatically be added to your Question Bank.  

Below, you can see that a Question Bank sidebar will emerge from the left when you're creating a template.  This sidebar will contain all of your created questions and make them easily accessible for your next review cycle.

Archiving questions

In the interest of keeping your question bank tidy, we have also provided the ability to archive questions.  This allows you to remove specific questions from your bank that might not be relevant to the review cycle that you're currently drafting, but that you will want to use again in a future review.  By clicking the ellipse to the far right of a question you can edit and re-activate an archived question.

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