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This is the main page of SurveyGizmo. We call this the "home page." On the home page you will have a list of all your surveys, quizzes, forms and polls.
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If you need to get back to the home page simply click the SG icon or the home icon wherever you are in the application.
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The Build tab is where surveys are built and edited.
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At the bottom of each page and between each question is a button to add a new question.
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When you click the option to add a question a panel will slide out from the right. We call this the question editor.
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At the top is the question type dropdown menu for you to select the appropriate question type. Need help choosing a question type?
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Below the question type menu is where you enter the question you want to ask.
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Your answer options are below your question. Click the link to Common Answer Library, to select from our library of answer options.
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To add a page to your survey click the Add a Page link between any two pages.
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To edit a question simply hover your mouse and click once it is highlighted in blue. For pages click the pencil icon to edit.
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On the Logic tab of the question editor, you can set up rules for when the question is shown.
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On the Style tab, you can tweak your survey's look and feel.
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On the Test tab, you can record a test response, generate test responses, invite others to test and get fatigue and accessibility scores.
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The Share tab is where you can grab the link to send to people to take your survey. You can also set up other ways to share you survey here.
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Head over the Results tab and select Individual Responses once you've shared your survey. Once your responses start rolling in, this is where all the data is collected. A list of all of your responses will be available under Individual Responses section of the Results tab. Responses that have been created since your last login will be flagged as New.
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You can click on the individual responses to view the entire survey response. Within the response panel, click the Download button in the lower left corner to download and print out the response.
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Under the Reports section of your Results tab, you can create reports to view all of your data in a summarized format. There are also Data Preparation tools here designed to help you really dig into your data.
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The Standard Report is the easiest way to see all of your aggregate data. There will be a Standard Report waiting; click the View/Edit to get started checking out your data.
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Click Add Filter in the left-hand panel to filter responses by the date they were submitted as well as answers to questions in your survey.
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Click the Share Report link to the upper-right of your report to get a public report and/or embed code for displaying the results directly on your website. You can also set up a scheduled email delivery of your results here.
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Beyond reports, under Results > Exports you can export your raw data to Excel or SPSS.
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