Overview – New report
What is Report?
The report is where you can view the results of your survey. It displays all incoming answers in real time and you can follow the results as they are registered. This is also where you can filter and analyse the results by creating customised reports for you to export or share with colleagues. The report screen is unique to your e-mail address so it is possible for multiple users to work with a survey result at the same time.
Your standard report will display an overview of all survey responses with an aggregated result presented with standardised graphs, data tables and word cloud.
Where do I find Report?
You can access you survey report in two different ways. You will need to be in the See result or edit survey to be able to access the report.
- Go to the survey that you wish to view the results for and just click on the name of the survey and you will access the report.
- You can access the report directly by clicking on the button Click here to go to survey report on the right side, among the options for that specific survey.
- If you have set filters in your report, you will be given the option Start over with a new report, which will reset the filters and the filters only, or Continue with the report where you last left. In the former case, click Reset, in the latter case, click Continue.
- To access the New Report section, click the button New Report in the top-bar of the tool.
What can I do in Report?
Apply breakdown and adding series – A way to create comparisons is to set different data series against each other in your report. For example compare the result between departments or regions. To read more, click here.
Filter result based on time – Allows you to filter your report to only show the results that have been registered within a specific period of time. For example you can select to only display the results for the last 30 days. To read more, click here.
Filter result based on answers – Filters the result on one or more answer alternatives. For example you can filter your result to only display answers that were registered on a department or salesperson. To read more, click here.
Report settings – General settings you can assign to your report. For example you can decide how many decimals should be used in the presentation of your report and if you should display your data-tables in percentages, number or both. To read more, click here.
Manage layout – In the Manage layout menu you can remove or hide questions from being displayed, as well as changing the order of questions included in your report. You can also add questions and different survey metrics like answer frequency to be displayed in the report overview. To read more, click here.