Contact Tracing
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Written by Guillaume Baligand
Updated over a week ago

Pult's contact tracing feature is a valuable tool for keeping track of employee interactions within the office space. This guide will walk you through how to use this feature, what information it provides, and how you can export this data for further use.

Selecting an Employee and Date Range

To begin, select an employee whose contacts you want to trace. Once selected, specify the date range for the trace. The system will list every office contact the chosen employee had with other employees within this time frame.

For example, if you select 'Employee 1' and the date range from 'December 1, 2021' to 'August 31, 2022', you will receive a list of all office contacts Employee 1 had during that period.

Reading the Contact Trace Data

The contact tracing data is presented in the following format:

  • Date: The specific date when the contact happened.

  • Employee: The name of the employee who came in contact with the selected employee. Their email address is also provided for further reference.

  • Office: The specific office location where the contact occurred.

  • Total Contacts: The number of contacts the selected employee had with the listed employee on the given date.

  • Trace: A link that allows you to further explore the contact trace details.

Exporting the Data

For further analysis or for record-keeping purposes, you can export the contact tracing data as a CSV file. Simply click the 'Export as CSV' button, and the data will be prepared for download.

Understanding and tracking office interactions has never been easier, thanks to Pult's contact tracing feature. It provides a detailed and efficient method for ensuring a safe and informed office environment.

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