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Base multi-select calculation on who answered THAT question.

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.

Submitted by (@justinethington)

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Comparison reports - especially for devices used

Am working with the a survey. Have used two filters and produced a data set based on an online comparison (which is a most useful feature) which I can print out and show the comparisons. If I export it to Excel, the Excel file shows data for only 1 of the 2 filters. If I export it to PDF, it merely repeats the first question 40 more times and does not add the answers. How can I get it to work as it shows on the screen ...more »

Submitted by (@philip.derham)

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Option for Free From Comments included in Real-Time Summary

I love the new Real-Time Summary. One of the things we need to do on almost all surveys is break them down by a certain question, in our case different Facilitators. The Real-Time Summary makes this SO easy and very visual, however we miss out on an free form comments we are looking for. Because of this, we must export reports and manipulate in Excel. It would be AMAZING if Free From questions were included in the Real-Time ...more »

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Show schedule 'Name' when emailing scheduled reports - not just

Currently all scheduled reports show only the survey name in the email, with no identification of which filters were applied or the schedule 'Name' that you are able to enter.

 

We would like to be able to run two scheduled reports with different filters, and be able to tell which report corresponds to which filter without having to manually sort through the attachments each time.

Submitted by (@ryanlyster)

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5 votes