In this video, you will know how to go back to the survey summary to view high level results, and then move to the 'analyze results' section to review question summaries individually.
- [Instructor] After you've collected…all the responses you're going to collect for your survey,…perhaps you've closed up the collectors…as we did in the previous movie,…you're ready now to move on to the last phase,…which is it to analyze your results,…that's what we're going to do in this movie.…One option is just to simply click summary…over here on the left hand side.…We can get a summary of our survey at any point,…it doesn't have to be closed.…You're going to see some information here,…for example, the total number of responses,…the status is closed up because we closed…each of the collectors in the previous movie.…
Over here you'll also see the title of the survey,…the number of questions and pages, et cetera.…Little further down, you'll see the dates…that you received your responses…and how many responses came through the various collectors.…That's just the summary, and like I said,…you can look at this at any time during your survey,…not just after it's closed.…To analyze results, you can click the button…
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- Building a business case for online surveys
- Creating a new survey
- Building an online survey
- Editing and reordering questions
- Customizing the design of a survey
- Choosing a collection method
- Collecting and analyzing survey results
- Filtering and customizing results
- Sharing results