There are several ways you can review productivity labels for apps and websites your employees use.
You can view a complete list of already labeled apps, websites and categories, and change their productivity labels anytime by going to Teams >> Three dots menu >> Review Usage.
Alternatively, you can select Change existing labels from the Review Usage button dropdown menu.
👆 Tip: Each Team can uniquely assign productivity labels for the same apps, websites, and categories. For example, you can label social media apps as unproductive for your development team, but productive for your Marketing team.
❗ Note: Changes to productivity labels are retroactively applied to your tracking data only for unreviewed apps & websites. All other changes to productivity labels will be reflected on the tracked data from that moment on.
Several approaches to changing productivity labels
You can change productivity labels for individual apps and websites on the Apps and websites list:
2. Or you can apply the same productivity label instantly for all apps and websites within a Category:
3. You can also expand every Category and change productivity labels for one or several apps/websites, without changing the complete category's label.
❗ Note: When you change the productivity label for a website/app within a category, that specific app or website will no longer be functionally attached to a Category - every future change made to that Category will not apply to the app / website you individually reviwed. As seen above, the Social Networks category is labeled unproductive with an exception of Linkedin, hence this site is marked as Overridden.
❗ Note: In order to re-sync the reviewed app or website with its Category's labeling, just click on Reset. This way Linkedin would take the productivity label back from the Category it belongs to.
👉 You can also choose to copy the productivity labels across teams and save time in reviewing apps and websites.