Filter your results
Sometimes you want to focus only on a part of your results. You can choose to show only the results that fulfill a certain condition by using a filter. You can filter your results by Question and Answer, by Custom field, by Date Range, by Respondent, by Language, by Custom score and by Quiz score.
Group your results by using multiple filters to compare and analyze these groups.
Add your filter
Click on Filter to open the menu.
Choose the filter type you want to filter by, and choose the Condition you want to use for your filter. Different applications are possible. Examples:
Question & Answer filter: Find your winners by filtering by the right answer to the prize question.
Custom Field: When you've chosen to ask for the department with a Custom field, you'll get a list of departments people filled in. Choose the department you want to see responses from. This way you can immediately see which department thought the training was useful, and which departments needed to hear more cases applied to their specific branch.
Date Range filter: You've placed three POS-items next to your products in a shop to improve brand awareness. All these three items are present for a certain period. By comparing the answers of these three periods you can see which one works best.
When you've set your filter you'll only see the responses based on that filter. When you download a CSV or PDF now, only the responses allowed by the filter will be downloaded.
You can combine multiple filters for a more specific data analysis.
You can make several groups with one or multiple filters in order that you can compare those groups of data. E.g.: Compare the results between departments, men and women, age groups, periods in time,...
At the top of the page, you can take a look at your active filters.