Every time you get to the Question Summary page, the view that you get off the chart and data is referred to as the current view. With this section, you can change the data based on numerous factors and you can use filters to limit the data that would be shown here. You can also compare the answer choices of a particular question. You can also share the survey results from here.
Filter option in the Current View allows you to manage the data shown in the current view. You can use filters to only show selected data based on conditions you have set. You have various available filters to choose from:
Filter by Questions and Answers: This lets you filter the survey data shown on the basis of a question and its answer choices. For example, if you have selected a particular question –“Have you purchased Jeans and Shirt from Us?” and an answer choice “Yes”, only the data that qualifies for the filter would be shown, which in this case would be the data of the respondents who had selected the Yes as their answer choice for the question.
Filter by Collector: This lets you filter the survey data shown on the basis of collectors available to collect responses. For example, if you have selected Web Link as the collector for the filter, you would be shown data for only those responses who filled the survey via Web Link.
Filter by Completeness: This lets you filter the survey data shown on the basis of the completeness of the survey response — Complete response, Partial Response, Disqualified Response. If you have selected Complete, you would only be shown the data for complete responses.
Filter by Start Time: This lets you filter the survey data on the basis of the start time of the survey response. Only the survey responses that were started during the particular time period would be shown in the section.
Filter by End Time: This lets you filter the survey data shown on the basis of the end time of the survey response. Only the survey responses that were finished during the particular time period would be shown on screen.
Filter by Respondent Metadata: This lets you filter the survey data on the basis of Metadata like Contact details or Embedded data. Data would be shown only for the selected field would be shown.
Using Compare, you can compare data the survey data on the basis of a particular question and particular answer choices. Click on Compare and select the Question and the answer choices you want to compare. Let’s take an example — If you select a question, “Have you visited our branch recently?” and Yes and No as two option choices. Now all the data for each question and each answer type would be categorized by Yes and No.
Using Show, you can choose which questions or page will appear at a time in the analysis.
Using Share, you can share the survey data by creating a shareable link. However, the data shared would be in read-only mode and can be accessed by anyone with the link. In order to protect your data, you can create a password and only the ones with the password would be able to access the data.