Dashboard

Dashboard helps you monitor the outreach and completion rates of the questionnaires within your team. With this tool, you can see how each questionnaire is performing and, for example, adjust your communication tactics if needed.
 
The Dashboard page is located on the upper navigation panel. Wait till the page loads the results for all the questionnaire (this might take a while if you have many surveys).You’ll be able to see:

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This pie chart shows the number of published, drafted, and archived questionnaires. Hover over the pie chart to see the exact number in each segment.
 

Respondents from Published Questionnaires

Here you see the number of respondents who finished your published questionnaires and the number of respondents who started but did not finish them.
 
Note that the questionnaire is considered completed only when the respondents visits the very last page and clicked the “Done” button. So the number of respondents who didn’t finish the questionnaire doesn’t mean that you didn’t get any data at all from them.
 
And here is a tip: put the most relevant questions at the very beginning of the questionnaire — while the respondent’s motivation is at its highest.
 

Responses from Published Questionnaires

On this chart you can see the number of responses for each of your published questionnaires. Hover over the bar to see the exact number.
 

Respondents over time

This graph shows respondents over time to your published surveys. It also includes the respondents who have not submitted the survey (that is, did not visit the last page and pressed the “Done” button).
Hover over the nodes to see the exact number of respondents and date. You can customise the timeframe and the responses on the graph.
 

1. Adjust the surveys on the graph

Click on the survey’s name to hide the results of this survey from the graph. Its title will be crossed and results removed. Click on the title again to make the results visible.
 

2. Adjust the timeframe of the graph

In the Date range field, choose between Year, Quarter, or Month.
For a custom timeframe, click “Custom” and put in the dates. The changes will be reflected on the graph.
 
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Pages

This pie chart shows the number of published, drafted, and archived pages. Hover over the pie chart to see the exact number in each segment.
 

Comments over time

This graph shows the number of comments over time on your published project pages.
 

1. Adjust the project pages on the graph

Click on the survey’s name to hide the results of this survey from the graph. Its title will be crossed and results removed. Click on the title again to make the results visible.
 

2. Adjust the timeframe of the graph

In the Date range field, choose between Year, Quarter, or Month.
For a custom timeframe, click “Custom” and put in the dates. The changes will be reflected on the graph. 
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