Intro and Tutorial

The intro and tutorial section of the application helps the user understand and use better the software.  To access this area, the “New User” button must be selected from the Welcome screen. A back button is available only in the Welcome Video screen, then the user has to finish all the steps that are necessary in creating a new user.

Note: The tutorial videos are played using Windows Media Player. Some problems may occur if certain codecs are installed.  Also, for some systems it may happen for the videos not to play, but a computer restart should fix the issue.


If you have more questions about this section, check out the FAQs for the Intro and Tutorial:

After going through the Intro and Tutorial steps, the user needs to fill in a form to create his new profile.

Note:

All fields are mandatory except the Employee ID field.

E-mail Address field has special e-mail validation.

First Name, Last Name, Job Title & Location fields currently accept only letters.

Time in Position/Job (years) field accepts only numbers

The password should be at least 5 characters long.

The New Password and Confirm Password data must match

Spaces before and after the field’s content are considered invalid. Only spaces between the words are accepted.

This End-User License Agreement (EULA) is a legal agreement between the user (either an individual or a single entity) and the mentioned author (t3 interactive) of this Software for the software product identified above, which includes computer software and may include associated media, printed materials, and “online” or electronic documentation (“SOFTWARE PRODUCT”).

The license agreement can be read only once and it also needs to be agreed just once (when creating a new profile). 

This baseline assessment represents the start point of the user in the application. The results obtained here are going to be stored and all the future results obtained by the user are going to be compared to this one.

The user can record the baseline assessment maximum 2 times. The first time is mandatory. After the first analysis, the user can see his results and his baseline video recording. If the user is not satisfied with the score or the video, he can opt to re-record. If the new analysis is completed, it overwrites both the results and the video. 


The dashboard displays the user’s evolution for the last 5 analysis. It currently consists of 3 parts:

Checklist: this part will have a checkmark in front of a goal when it is completed.

Performance: here the user can see the trend of his last 5 analysis for each module (Present, Gesture, Posture, Voice, Eye Contact). If one of the Measurement column’s element is selected, the user is redirected to the corresponding screen that contains the results of the last analysis for the selected module.  If one of the Trend or Chart columns’ item is selected then the user is redirected to the Analytics screen.

Sessions: this part consists of a table which displays the last 5 analysis the user made in Present, Gesture, Posture, Voice or Eye Contact module. Each line contains the date of the analysis, the t3 score, Gesture score, Voice score, Posture score and the Eye Contact score.  The lines that have a grey background represent the recordings made in Present module.

To exit the Dashboard screen, the user has to select the Home Menu button or the Back button using his mouse or using hand gestures.


The Present module has 4 sections:

Introduction:  An introductive video starts playing after the Introduction tile is selected. The user can select the play/pause/skip/seek controls using hand gestures, mouse or voice commands. For some systems the content of the buttons may change to black or a black background may appear behind the button, or if the codecs installed on the computer interfere with the application’s player, the video might not start. These are exceptional cases. The user can exit the Introduction screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Analyze: The user has the possibility to record his presentation and follow his performance on 4 levels: Gesture, Posture, Voice, Eye Contact. After he finishes the analysis, the user is redirected to the Report Card screen where he can see his results.

Replay: The Replay section gives the user the possibility to visualize the recording of his presentation made in the Present module. The video problems presented above can also appear in this section. The user can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Import Presentation: In this screen, the user has the possibility to upload in the application a .pptx/.ppt file. This is done by selecting the “+” button. To save the presentation, the user has to select the button with the tick. If a presentation is saved, then each time the user analysis in Present module, the presentation will appear on the screen and the slides can be changed using the Page Up – Page Down or using a clicker. If the user no longer wishes to see the PowerPoint Presentation during the analysis, he can remove it selecting the garbage can button.

Note: For now, only .pptx and .ppt files can be uploaded. 

Configure Analysis: This screen can be reached from Present: Analyze screen by selecting the corresponding button. On this page the user can chose the way the presentation slides and user video should be displayed in analyze mode and in the recorded video. The available layouts for analysis and recording are:

  • User video only
  • Presentation only
  •  Presentation main, user video secondary
  •  Presentation secondary, user video main

Note: When analysis layout "user video only" is selected, all recording layouts that use presentations are disabled due to the fact that when this analysis layout is used the presentation slides can not be seen while recording an analysis.

Users have the opportunity to embed "t3 score" card or "dynamic score" into the analysis recording.

The t3 score card will display the final results for all individual modules and also their t3 score. The other option, dynamic score, will display in the first column of the image the session trend for the last 30 seconds represented in trend colors:

  • red for a cumulative score below 60,
  •  yellow for a score between 61 and 80
  • green when score is 81 to 100.

In the second column will display the current evolution over the last 30 seconds reflected using code colors:

  • red if any negative action was performed in the last 30 seconds
  • green if no negative action was performed for the last 30 seconds.

In order to store the chosen configuration the user has to select the button with the tick. The screen can be exited otherwise by selecting the Home button or the Back button using the mouse or hand gestures.

The Eye Contact module has 5 sections:

Introduction:  An introductive video starts playing after the Introduction tile is selected. The user can select the play/pause/skip/seek controls using hand gestures, mouse or voice commands. For some systems the content of the buttons may change to black or a black background may appear behind the button, or if the codecs installed on the computer interfere with the application’s player, the video might not start. These are exceptional cases. The user can exit the Introduction screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Practice: This section allows the user get live feedback of his Eye Contact skills during his presentation. The user can practice by following the red dot and see his results inside it. The user can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Analyze: The user has the possibility to record his presentation and follow his performance on 1 level: Eye Contact. After he finishes the analysis, the user is redirected to the Report Card screen where he can see his results.

Replay: The Replay section gives the user the possibility to visualize the recording of his presentation made in the Eye Contact module. The video problems presented above can also appear in this section. The user can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Results: The Results section shows the score the user obtained in the last analysis in this module and the associated details. The user has also the option to e-mail the video recorded or to save it locally. The screen can be exited by selecting Back, Home Menu or Dashboard buttons.

Note: Currently, the video is e-mailed only after an instance of Outlook is opened.

The Voice module has 6 sections:

Introduction:  An introductive video starts playing after the Introduction tile is selected. The user can select the play/pause/skip/seek controls using hand gestures, mouse or voice commands. For some systems the content of the buttons may change to black or a black background may appear behind the button, or if the codecs installed on the computer interfere with the application’s player, the video might not start. These are exceptional cases. The user can exit the Introduction screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Manage Power/Watch words: The user can define up to 4 Power Words and up to 4 Watch Words that he would like to keep trace of  during an his presentation. The words are saved only after selecting the tick button. After the words are saved, the user will see the associated counters in the Practice and Results screen.

Practice: This section allows the user get live feedback of his Voice skills during his presentation. The user can practice by following the volume meter and words counters while giving his speech. He can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Analyze: The user has the possibility to record his presentation and follow his performance on 1 level: Voice. After he finishes the analysis, the user is redirected to the Report Card screen where he can see his results.

Replay: The Replay section gives the user the possibility to visualize the recording of his presentation made in the Voice module. The video problems presented above can also appear in this section. The user can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Results: The Results section shows the score the user obtained in the last analysis in this module and the associated details. The user has also the option to e-mail the video recorded or to save it locally. The screen can be exited by selecting Back, Home Menu or Dashboard buttons.

Note: Currently, the video is e-mailed only after an instance of Outlook is opened.  

The Gesture module has 5 sections:

Introduction:  An introductive video starts playing after the Introduction tile is selected. The user can select the play/pause/skip/seek controls using hand gestures, mouse or voice commands. For some systems the content of the buttons may change to black or a black background may appear behind the button, or if the codecs installed on the computer interfere with the application’s player, the video might not start. These are exceptional cases. The user can exit the Introduction screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Practice: This section allows the user get live feedback of his Gesture skills during his presentation. The user can practice by following the gesture counters while giving his speech. He can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Analyze: The user has the possibility to record his presentation and follow his performance on 1 level: Gesture. After he finishes the analysis, the user is redirected to the Report Card screen where he can see his results.

Replay: The Replay section gives the user the possibility to visualize the recording of his presentation made in the Gesture module. The video problems presented above can also appear in this section. The user can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Results: The Results section shows the score the user obtained in the last analysis in this module and the associated details. The user has also the option to e-mail the video recorded or to save it locally. The screen can be exited by selecting Back, Home Menu or Dashboard buttons.

Note: Currently, the video is e-mailed only after an instance of Outlook is opened.  

The Posture module has 5 sections:

Introduction:  An introductive video starts playing after the Introduction tile is selected. The user can select the play/pause/skip/seek controls using hand gestures, mouse or voice commands. For some systems the content of the buttons may change to black or a black background may appear behind the button, or if the codecs installed on the computer interfere with the application’s player, the video might not start. These are exceptional cases. The user can exit the Introduction screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Practice: This section allows the user get live feedback of his Posture skills during his presentation. The user can practice by following the posture counters while giving his speech. He can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Analyze: The user has the possibility to record his presentation and follow his performance on 1 level: Posture. After he finishes the analysis, the user is redirected to the Results screen where he can see his results.

Replay: The Replay section gives the user the possibility to visualize the recording of his presentation made in the Posture module. The video problems presented above can also appear in this section. The user can exit the screen by selecting the Back or Home Menu button in the upper left side of the screen.

Results: The Results section shows the score the user obtained in the last analysis in this module and the associated details. The user has also the option to e-mail the video recorded or to save it locally. The screen can be exited by selecting Back, Home Menu or Dashboard buttons.

Note: Currently, the video is e-mailed only after an instance of Outlook is opened.  

The Posture module has 5 sections:

T3 Score:  The overall score of the Present analysis.

Gesture: The score the user obtained in the Present analysis for gesture. If the tile is selected, the user is redirected to the drill-down results.

Posture: The score the user obtained in the Present analysis for posture. If the tile is selected, the user is redirected to the drill-down results.

Voice: The score the user obtained in the Present analysis for voice. If the tile is selected, the user is redirected to the drill-down results.

Eye Contact: The score the user obtained in the Present analysis for eye contact. If the tile is selected, the user is redirected to the drill-down results.

The screen can be exited by selecting Back, Home Menu or Dashboard buttons. The user has the option to e-mail the video recorded or to save it locally. Also, he can replay the introductive video for Report Card by selecting the Introduction tile.

Note: Currently, the video is e-mailed only after an instance of Outlook is opened.  

The user can view or edit his profile by selecting the View Profile tile from Home Menu screen. This       section is password protected so the user is asked to enter his profile password again. If the password is correct, the user is redirected to Edit Profile screen.

Note:

All fields are mandatory except the Employee ID field.

E-mail Address field has special e-mail validation.

First Name, Last Name, Job Title & Location fields currently accept only letters.

Time in Position/Job (years) field accepts only numbers

The password should be at least 5 characters long.

The New Password and Confirm Password data must match

Spaces before and after the field’s content are considered invalid. Only spaces between the words are accepted.

The changes made are saved only if the Save button is selected. The user has the option to replay his baseline assessment video or to remove his profile. If the Remove Profile button is selected, the user will be asked to confirm his intention.

The user can view his results’ graphics by selecting the Analytics tile from the Home Menu screen. He has the possibility of filtering the graphic results by selecting the module (Present, Gesture, Posture, Voice or Eye Contact), the measurement (total score or duration) and a period of time using the Start date and End date buttons.

The screen can be exited by selecting Back, Home Menu or Dashboard buttons. The user has the option to e-mail the filtered results by selecting the e-mail button. A pre-filled e-mail will be created and the results will be attached in 3 forms: a .pdf file, a .csv file and a .png file. After inserting an e-mail address in the “To” field, the e-mail can be sent.

Note: Currently, the video is e-mailed only after an instance of Outlook is opened.

If the user accidentally forgets his password, he can select the “Forgot your password?” message from the Select Profile: Authenticate screen. The user will be redirected to a Recover Password Area screen where he has to insert his e-mail address and select the tick button.    

Note: The e-mail address inserted in the input field must match the e-mail address registered when creating the profile. Otherwise, an error message will appear and the password will NOT be reset.

If the e-mail address is correct, the user will be redirected back to the Authenticate screen and an e-mail with the new password will be sent.

Except the option of saving the recorded analysis locally in an .avi format, the user has also the possibility to send his recorded video through e-mail. That video has an .mp4 format and a lower resolution than the one saved locally in order to fit within 10 Mb which is the most frequent limitation of the e-mailed attachments.

 

A 5-minute gesture recording will have a size of about 60 MB size on file system and it will last approximately 30 seconds (depending on the configuration of the system used) to crop it to maximum 10 MB in order to be e-mailed. 

The videos sent by e-mail or saved locally are open by default with Windows Media Player. The recordings will also play with VLC player.

The current format can not be open with the default player on an Apple device. It will be necessary to install VLC in order be able to play .avi videos.