Display Logic - Display Logic allows you to show only relevant questions to your end-users on your forms and surveys. Use this to tailor the form (and survey) experience. Learn more.
Forms (formerly "Applications") - Lineup Forms provide a way of collecting information from your talent pool. When they complete these forms, their data is automatically updated in their profile. Learn more.
Historical Teams - Add a historical team to a person's Team History when you don't want to create a Lineup Team to capture that person's past. A historical team only consists of a team name, start date, end date, and position. Historical teams do not have rosters.
People (or End-Users)- The individuals that you manage within Lineup. They can be volunteers for your committees, subject matter experts and item writers for your workshops, or employees for your work groups. This group of people, or end-user, will only access Lineup via a team, evaluation, or application invitation.
Person Fields - Custom fields on an individual's profile. Also known as custom demographics, metadata, or custom attributes.
Potential (Person Status) - Assign the status of potential to people who you are still evaluating or vetting, but not yet ready to begin adding to teams. This status is designed to expand your talent pool without overwhelming your currently active, vetted volunteers and subject matter experts.
Teams - Any group of people. Use teams to form workshops, panels, committees, work groups, etc. Typically, they have a start and end date, as well as a purpose, but this is optional.
Teams, Active - Teams that are either currently in progress, that you're planning for, or that have recently concluded. The number of active teams that a person is on is displayed next to their name.
Teams, Archived - Teams that are inactive. Their details are locked and you cannot add or remove people from them anymore.
Team Fields - Custom data points that relate to a team that's been created in Lineup. For example, you could use Team Fields to track a committee's fiscal year, the type of panel, or whether a workshop was in-person or virtual.
Team Surveys - Team Surveys allow you to collect feedback from the people on a given team about how well you did. Team Surveys are all anonymous.
Tracked Fields - A custom tracked field is a custom field that is attached to a person that is accepted on a team. A great example of a tracked field is tracking the attendance of a person on a team. Read more.