Responses and Results
Once you’ve shared your new survey, you will likely want to review the responses. In your survey ‘responses’ tab, you will find a dashboard with analytics of the data submitted by your survey respondents.
As you can see, you can quickly find out how many people have submitted responses, the average time it takes a respondent to complete the form and the status of the form. Following this, you can see an overview of the answers for each of your survey’s questions. For a multiple-choice question, you will see the number of responses for each option and a pie chart.
Luckily, it seems that including a cat meme in my Chorus blog wasn’t inappropriate after all – everyone loves cats, right?
For any question type, you can see a full breakdown of all the different answers. Note how each respondent is provided with an ID. This allows you to cross-compare answers between different questions. If you share your survey with people inside your organisation, you can select the option to capture their names – otherwise the data is anonymised.
As you can see, 4/5 respondents chose Chorus as their favourite UK-based Managed IT Services Provider! I’d love to say that there wasn’t any bias here – but there was.
With ‘rating’ questions, the overview shows you the average rating from all of the responses.
Finally, you can open the data in an Excel spreadsheet in case you want to do more detailed statistical analysis – or you could even put the data into Power BI.