Standard Report: Pie Chart
Pie Charts are used to report on single-select questions such as Radio Buttons.
Standard Report: Arc Chart
Arc Charts can be used to report on single-select questions such as Radio Buttons.
Standard Report: Donut Chart
Donut Charts are used to report on single-select questions such as Radio Buttons.
Standard Report: Vertical Bar Chart
Vertical Bar Charts are used to report on multi-select questions such as Checkboxes.
Standard Report: Stacked Vertical Bar Chart
Stacked Vertical Bar Charts are used to report on single-select questions such as Radio Buttons.
Standard Report: Horizontal Bar Chart
Horizontal Bar Charts will not show up in your report by default but are available for displaying the data for a number of different question types if you like how they look!
Standard Report: Stacked Horizontal Bar Chart
Stacked Horizontal Bar Charts are used to report on single-select questions such as Radio Buttons.
Standard Report: Spiderweb Chart
Spiderweb Charts are used to report on single-select questions.
Standard Report: Histogram
Histograms are used to graphically represent numeric data.
Standard Report: Line Chart
Line Charts are used to graphically represent numeric data by connecting data points via straight lines.
Standard Report: Spline Chart
Spline Charts are used to graphically represent numeric data by connecting data points via a fitted curved line.
Standard Report: Area Chart
Area Charts are used to graphically represent numeric data via a shaded area connected by straight lines.
Standard Report: Area Spline Chart
Area Spline Charts are used to graphically represent numeric data via a shaded area connected by fitted curved lines.
Standard Report: Scatter Plot
Scatter Plots are used to graphically represent numeric data via plotted points.
Standard Report: Word Cloud
Using a word cloud you can get a visual representation of the number of times a word is used. The higher the frequency, the larger the word is displayed.
Standard Report: Collapsed Response List
Collapsed Response Lists are used to report on validated Textbox questions and a couple of other question types. Note: The Collapsed Response List will display the first 1000 characters only (per response) within the Standard Report. Default ...
Standard Report: Grid
Use grids/tables to report on multi-dimensional questions. Below are the question types that report as a grid; each question's table format is unique.Dropdown Menu List Continuous Sum Star Ratin...
Standard Report: Diverging Stacked Bar Chart
The Diverging Stacked Bar Chart is used to report on Drag & Drop Ranking questions and Ranking Grid questions.
Standard Report: NPS® Chart
The net promoter score reporting element is used to report on Net Promoter Score questions with a scale of 0-10.
Standard Report: Table
The table reporting element can be used to report on Net Promoter Score questions with a scale of 0-10.
Standard Report: Contact Cards
Contact cards are used to report on Contact Form Data. Each individual contact form response is grouped and displayed as a card.
DIY Grid/Cards: Group Data By Response
Use the DIY Grid or Cards to group data by response. These Grids/Cards allow you to combine data from multiple different question types.
Standard Report: Text or Image
If you wish to add some text to your report, click the Insert option located between all report elements. Select Text or Image using the Insert Tool, input your text, and save.
Standard Report: Response Map
Looking to add a map showing the diversity of all of your respondents? You can easily add a response map using the Insert Tool in the Standard Report!
Standard Report: Response Table
Sometimes the individual responses are as important to understanding your data as the summarized/aggregated data. When that is the case, you can include these responses in your Standard Report.
Standard Report: Response Timeline
The response timeline shows the number of responses (by status) that your survey has collected over time.
Standard Report: Response Counts
A Response Metrics chart will be included in all Standard Reports by default. This chart includes a completion rate percentage, as well as complete, partial and disqualified response counts.
Standard Report: Email Campaign Statistics
The Email Statistics Report Element provides you with delivery and response statistics as related to your email campaign messages. Add this element to your Standard Report via the Insert Tool.
Standard Report: SMS Statistics
If you have used an SMS Campaign to distribute your survey, you have the option to include SMS Statistics in your report using the Insert Tool.
Standard Report: Quotes
When viewing individual responses collected via Essay/Long Answer questions, you can highlight portions of the response text that are particularly relevant to your project.
Standard Report: URL, SSO, and Hidden Values
Use the Insert Tool to add a Standard Report element for values passed in via URL variables , Hidden Value Actions , or for SSO Attributes passed in via the SSO Authentication for survey respondents feature. URL Variables and SSO Attributes ...
Standard Report: Email Invite and Contact Fields
Using the Insert Tool within the Standard Report, you have the option to add an element for Email Campaign Contact Fields as well as Email List Custom Fields (if applicable).
Standard Report: Crosstab Element
A Crosstab Element allows you to cross-tabulate at least two questions, one or more in the columns (also known as banner questions) and one or more in the rows (also known as stubs).
Standard Report: Longitudinal Reporting
Longitudinal reporting allows you to view data for your survey questions over time. Using longitudinal reporting you can get a sense for trends in your data in your longer running surveys.
Report On Respondents' Devices: Mobile Vs Desktop
To include statistics on the number of respondents based on the type of device – desktop, tablet, or mobile - within the Standard Report, click the Insert button and select Device Chart.
Standard Report: Sentiment
If you are using a Textbox and/or Essay / Long Answer question to collect open-ended responses in your survey, you can now leverage Sentiment Analysis in your Standard Report.