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I often use the dashboard to take a quick look at responses, when I'm looking at comments / verbatims I see a lot of 'empty rows' and some comments.
Would it be an idea to filter out the empty comments, the whole idea is to read comments, not to see empty comments?
Love your US map distribution graphs for our mini-polls.
Please offer the ability to copy and embed the code for your map distribution graphs the way you do for the main graphs.
Thanks and keep up the great work!
I have a number of micro polls setup using smart delivery. I really like the dynamic flash charts - I would like to request the addition of percentages next to each possible answer. Currently only displays as number of respondents and I find I am running my own calculations to get a percentage. This seems like a fairly easy calculation to add.
Currently if email invitations are already sent to an email list, then you cannot add new email addresses to that new email list and send only to those new email addresses.
Users should be able to add new email addresses to existing lists and should also be able to send a survey to only the newly added email addresses. This will make email management easier!
In a survey with multiple questions with validation, I am seeing a significant number of validation errors. If there was a Meta Analysis tool for validation errors similar to the drop out Meta Analysis, I could dive into and determine which questions are causing the errors and focus on fixing those versus trying to guess.
Comment from client:
I am using the Ad-Hoc query tool to try to generate a list of everyone who took my survey who answer two questions a specific way. It only generates a list of the first 100 people who fall into the category, how do I access the only 150+ names?
Allow users to upload a Powerpoint template.
If neccessary make it available at the Corporate or Enterprise subscription level.
I am trying to create a survey where I want to give my top producers more weight. For example, I would like their answer to be weighted for every $100,000 in revenue.
Tom, who sold $340,000 of product, would have his vote weighted 3 times, compared to Jill who sold $130,000 (her answer would only be weighted once).
It would be helpful to be able to do this type of calculation...
Would love widgets that show current completed survey count, average time to complete, perhaps "spotlight" certain live findings.