Campaign Leaderboard allows you to show the total results of your campaigns. The leaderboard will display the total result of all quizzes. For each participant or team, the custom score, quiz score, and time was taken are calculated by adding up the scores for all of the quizzes.
Why not showcase how everyone's doing using a dedicated campaign leaderboard?
Here are the steps that this guide will cover:
- Set up tracking respondents' campaign progress
- Accessing the Campaign Leaderboard
- Layout of the Campaign Leaderboard
1 Set up tracking respondents' campaign progress
You'll first need to get your campaign up and running. Create a campaign by grouping together a number of existing questionnaires. Read the full campaign guide for all the info!
Now that your campaign is set up, you'll need to make sure that you're tracking respondents so that their results will show up on the leaderboard. The easiest way to do this is by sending a personalized link in the text of the campaign email invitation. For more detail and an alternative way to track respondents, read how to invite respondents using URL parameters.
2 Accessing the Campaign Leaderboard
Once you've shared the campaign and the results are rolling in, click on the Extra options tab when you're in the Campaigns editor.
Toggle to turn on the campaign leaderboard feature, and think click copy and you'll have the link to the board to use and distribute.
You can choose to display or not to display the features like name, custom score, quiz score, and show duration.
3 Layout of the Campaign Leaderboard
Click the arrow circled below and you'll access the drop-down menu where you can select which stats you want to display on the leaderboard.
If two people or teams have identical scores, the one who finished faster will be shown at the top.