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Trend report in email or HTML

At the moment it is only possible to generate a trend report in Excel format. It would be really nice to be able to generate trend report in HTML for web or email viewing. For surveys that are open on an ongoing basis it would be really useful to see changes over time - for example every month over a window of the most recent year, or every week over most recent quarter, etc.

Submitted by (@sagamanolis)
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HTML Ending up in Reports. Important!

Coming back to this issue. We just finished a survey and were unable to use the automated report for the following reason: We had inserted html into questions and answers to make them align correctly and meet text branding. All those spans and divs ended up in the reports and we were unable to remove them without editing the questions. As a programmer I recommend you review the following on a possible solution to this ...more »

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Multi-Point scale measure alignment and more HTML classing

Option to change alignment of measures on multi-point scale tables...or at least putting a class on the measure cells. Really, the more 'classing' you do for questions, the better we can adjust it to perfection. If you HTML class the Multipoint scale table as 'Multipoint' and the Response td as 'Response', I'd be able to specify '.Multipoint tablebody tr td.Response' and insert a text-align css to align them all to ...more »

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Fully Customizable Survey Templates HTML Code

Fully Customizable Survey HTML Templates. In the previous platform that I left (Vovici), they had the option to edit the entire HTML of the survey template. It was a wonderful feature. It allowed me to replicate the exact look and feel of a clients site, as well as brand the survey with as many logos as I wanted, and even put a copyright at the bottom of a page. In order to keep the actual survey code intact they had ...more »

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