Points & Score Series

Points is the core of Pointagram. Whenever a player scores a point it is logged in something we call a score series. The score series keeps track on who scored how many points when. Every scored point is social, every player can see points scored in a social feed and comment on each other’s achievements.

You can set up any number of score series in your account. For example, one score series for sales and another for booked appointments. With this set up you are ready to start competitions and award badges based on Sales and booked appointments.

A score series can be set up to accept points by manual input of points or from a selection of predefined types. It can allow players to award points to themselves or reserve the right to an administrator. Score series can also be a target for an integration to for example your CRM-system.

Points Page

Displays all the available score series and from here players can score a point or a point type. This page is found by clicking on Points.

Found via Points Menu

How to add points

Add your own points by registering a number in selected score series box and press on the small plus sign to the right of the value field or select an achievement from the dropdown list.

point box

Adding points to other players is easy, press on “More Options” in the picture above, and this will lead you to the picture below.

Found under "More Options"

How to revoke points

Revoke points by pressing on “More Options” in the selected Score Series, just like in the picture below, and this will lead you to points history page.

point box
"More Options"

Then select the point transaction with the checkbox option that you wish to revoke and then press on the gearwheel to select Revoke.

Revoke points gamification

This will give a result of a new transaction with the exact same amount, but with a minus instead. These transactions will cancel each other out.

Revoke points gamification

Steps for creating a score series​

  • When standing on Points page, press on the plus sign.
  • Chose a name for the score series
  • Select notification options
  • Select if “All player can add their own points”
  • Select between free input(player can set any number they want) or a Fixed input from achievements.
Create score series
  1. If selected Fixed input from achievements
  2. Name your point type
  3. Add points to your point type
  4. If you want more point types just redo step B to C. 

When done press Save Changes.


Definition Meaning
Name Name your series so you and other players know where to put your points.
Notify players when points scored This will create a notification each time a player scores a point; both in the web app and as a push notification on a mobile device.
All players can add points As admin, you can always add a point to any player, but as a regular player, you can only add points to yourself. It can be good to restrict a player from adding points if you are fetching data from other systems.
Free point input A player can type in a random number as a scored point. No restrictions.
Fixed point input from achievements Create a list of activities that generate a specific amount of each activity. As an example: Meeting = 10p and Phonecall = 1p.
Wall post threshold If the scored point is less than Wall post threshold, the scored point will not show on any post or notification. As a standard setup, it is set to 0 meaning everything over 0 will be posted.
Event threshold If the scored point is above the event threshold, the scored point will generate an event. Set to blank to disable events for this score series.
Score verb “Scored” in Points, 50 points. You can change the verb scored to anything. Example: “Smashed” in
Unit name singular When scoring, we always assume that your scoring a point. But sometimes you want to score a Sale, this is possible by changing the unit name to Sale as a singular form.
Unit name plural When scoring, we always assume that your scoring points. But sometimes you want to score  Sales, this is possible by changing the unit name to Sales as a plural form.

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