Use classifications to organize and filter findings.
What are classifications
Classifications can be used for any type of assessment relevant to your use case. Classifications can allow single-choice (radio buttons) or multiple-choice (checkboxes).
How to use classifications
When you have the right Classifications in place, Classifications are easy to use.
- Open a finding.
- Scroll down to Classifications.
- Select value(s) to classify your finding.
Classifications can only "hold" one answer at a time. If you want to vote on findings with a group of people, we recommend using Joint evaluations and Polls.
Use classifications as filters
You can use classifications as filters in the Findings, Network, and Radar views.
Trial accounts have a default classification for phenomenon certainty, but we can configure your account for any number and type of classifications. to get the type of classifications you need.
Examples of classifications
- Phenomenon certainty
- Affected activities
- Suggested action
- Phenomenon maturity
- Origin & domain