Make it easier to create reports that include questions, responses, and comment box responses in a ready to print fomat.
As in the frontend survey editor, Questionpro should offer a translation in other languages for the tags shown also in the online survey report (for example: Answer - Totale - count - etc).
It would be great only to have a keyword translation in all the language you offer in QuestionPro Survey system.
Now we need to show the online report chart with english tag charts..
Strongly request a programing change to allow BOTH custom value and custom mean recalc simultaneously to remove all N/A responses in the custom mean scores...right now you can't do that and will have to MANUALLY recalc a custom mean if you reverse order the values in a Matrix type question. Very silly...a simple function that users should have...and a huge waste of time to have to do this by hand!!
Right now the calculation is based on how many options selected, not how many PEOPLE selected an option. This artificially skews percentages down if there is a large option list. We can change the calculation to be based off of how many started/completed the survey but that isn't accurate either. Base the calculation on how many people answered that particular question as the default.
Knowing there is one for SPSS, I wonder about Crystal Reports.
Tag clouds for open ended surveys . it will be a great visual way to analyse open-ended, text data.
[i know that zoomerang have this feature]
I find myself typically using the same features over and over - and having to click through several levels of menus to get there. If it was possible to build a customizable dashboard where users could put QP links that were important to them or used frequently it would certainlty save a lot of time.
I would love to know how the survey participants found the survey. Did they type a redirect link? Did they click on a link on the home page or the member section? Perhaps there could be a way to integrate Google Analytics.
Right now when I export the data I get frequencies and percentages. But the percentages are percentage of /responses/ instead of percentage of /respondents/. I don't see how this is useful. On multi-select questions totals can add up to more than 100%. If 25% of respondents selected an option I want to know that. I don't care if it's 3% of the total mentions. A response should not seem to be less popular simply because ...more »
You should allow users to associate an image with their survey that will be displayed as a thumbnail when linking to the survey via facebook.
Banner (pivot) reports should filter on Completed when you choose Completed.
QPro response to my question as to why all entries are included:
"The pivot considers all responses while creating the banner report."
Currently, you can either select some response options to be excluded from the mean calculation (which assumes default scoring), OR you can specify custom scoring for ALL of your response options. Unfortunately you cannot do both, that is, you cannot ignore some response options, and specify custom values for the remainder of the options. If "unsure" or "not applicable" is an actual question option (ie added manually) ...more »
Right now, if a summary report is created based on a grouping/filter, the export to Word function does not filter the results. It would be great to be able to export to Word, similar to the export to Powerpoint function that is already available in the Grouping/Segmentation screen.
We are planning to use yr system to send Case Study Tests (CST's) for evaluation of cadidates for open Sales functions with our numerous Clients across the globe. As such, we must supply (paper) copies of our candidates' responses to our Clients prior to their interviews. We also need to be able to print or create a PDF for every individual response BUT including INTRO, and all question types (incl. Presentation/header ...more »
Sometimes, when testing different contact methods, we have the same survey running as tow or three different surveys, named differently and each accessed by respondents using different contact methods. We then combine the data into an overall survey result and report the combined totals and the comparisons between the composite sample and the individual components. Currently, we have to do this outside QP, but it would ...more »