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New Survey Results in Startquestion
New Survey Results in Startquestion
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Written by Laura
Updated over a week ago

Important: Results 2.0 are available from the Business plan.

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What has changed, making analysis easier with Results 2.0

All features in one place

You don't need to jump between tabs to analyze your survey results, create a report, and share findings with your team. The new Results 2.0 module provides all the necessary functions in one place.

Add a header, adjust the color scheme of the charts, remove questions you don't want to show, add comparisons to see how results have changed over time, and... voilà! Your report is ready - share it by sending a link or downloading a PDF.

Quick access to reports

While analyzing survey results, you can easily save data as reports, which you can return to at any time without having to filter the data again. Reports saved on your account are shared along with the survey, making data collaboration in the team even simpler.

Take advantage of the ability to save reports with different data; for example, gather critics' votes in one report, data from the last 30 days in another, and feedback from the whole year in yet another. Easily switch between reports and quickly share the link with coworkers/team, such as those responsible for the NPS indicator.

Dynamic filters

We've cut the number of clicks and steps needed to create filters in half - with the new filters, you can analyze the results of your surveys twice as fast as before.

Filters can be applied with one click to all survey questions, or you can filter results for just one question - offering nearly limitless possibilities for creating personalized reports!

Increased performance

Speaking of speed, by using solutions designed for processing large data sets, we have significantly accelerated the pace of displaying results. Thus, even surveys with a large number of responses load in an instant.

Intuitive cross tabs and trends

Even without experience in data analysis, you can easily compare responses to different questions or create a trend of responses over time. Hover over the plus icon between questions, click on Comparison, and then follow the on-screen instructions.

The response trend allows you to check if the results change over time, for example, by monitoring the NPS score from month to month.

A cross tab with a question is a simple way to compare responses from two different questions; for instance, you can find out if there is a correlation between job satisfaction and the likelihood of recommending the company as an employer (spoiler: probably yes).

Respondent groups (cross tab crossing a question with an attribute) are a way to check how different groups of your respondents (e.g., employees from other departments of the company or customers purchasing through various sales channels) answered the questions.

Report appearance tailored to your company

We know the importance of branding. Now, you can create your corporate color palette and apply it with one click in every report and survey you create.

You can also use the ready-made Red - Green palette, which makes your charts more comprehensible.

Quick link to the report

Ready to share your results? Just one click is all it takes to share the research report. You can do this in two ways: by sending a public link, allowing anyone with the link to view the report you prepared, or by copying a private link, which can only be accessed by people in your package, ensuring the confidentiality of the transmitted information.

How were Results 2.0 created?

None of us surveys with the intention of its results ending up in a drawer. At the same time, we understand that implementing results in an organization is the biggest challenge.

We want to support you in this task and make analyzing results and preparing conclusions for the organization as simple as possible. That's why we decided to create the results module from scratch with one most important goal in mind:

We are changing so that our clients can draw the best conclusions from their research and make the best business decisions.

What does this mean in practice?

For many months, we analyzed feedback from customers. We listened to voices from the support department, talked to users who regularly use our results, and identified the most common problems, which functions needed improvement, and how to make using the tool easy, intuitive, and effortless, even for those not skilled in data analysis.

We tested each new function with you. We talked to understand your problems and expectations and then tested the new solutions together after designing and implementing changes. Throughout the process, we listened to your suggestions and continuously made changes to the project. Thank you! 💚

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