Insights View

Insights view allows you to monitor a range of metrics that give you information about performance, platforms, browsers, views and completion rate. There are different ways to look at your results: Charts view, Insights View, Responses view, and Presentation view. This guide will show you how to use the Insights View.


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Here's what we will cover in this guide:

  1. How to find Insights View
  2. Information about the questionnaire
  3. Customize Insights vie

1. How to find Insights view

There are two ways to access the Results. You can click on the responses icon on the Home screen, or click the Results tab when you are editing your questionnaire.

insights view- Results tab

insights view- Results tab

Once you are viewing Results, click the Insights tab if you are in a different view.

insights view- insights tab

2. Information about the questionnaire

The Insights page contains various details and information about the survey, according to your settings. These are the available KPIs:

  • Number of complete responses 
  • Completion rate
  • Duration
  • Average quiz score
  • Quiz/Custom score based on questionnaire settings
  • Browsers and Platforms, when User Agent data collection is enabled

insights view- insights tab

insights view- insights tab

 

DEFINITION

formula definition A Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. Organizations use KPIs to evaluate their success at reaching targets

DEFINITION

formula definition The Completion Rate is the ratio between how many times the questionnaire was opened and how many times it was opened and completed. Here you can see whether or not people take the time to complete your questionnaire. If the completion rate is low, you may consider reducing the number of questions or adding more images.

NOTE

Other Key performance metrics

  • Number of views: how many times someone opened the questionnaire
  • Number of starts: the number of sessions the first question has been reached
  • Number of unfinished responses: the number of responses that were saved with save on exit (only displayed when “Save on exit” setting is enabled)
  • Number of partial sessions: the number of the responses that were saved with save and continue, but not complete yet (only displayed when “Save and continue” setting is enabled)

WARNING   

Views and starts are not taken into account when using filters. Also the completion rate will only be correct when no filters are applied. 

3. Customize Insights View

You can choose which information appear and customize your insights by clicking Options. 


insights view- insights tab


Then click to the Edit Summary dashboard. Toggle the buttons to choose the KPIs you want to enable.insights view- edit dashboard

If you have enabled Custom Scoring and have set up question blocks, you'll see the option to display the average score for each question block. Here's that option selected and see how the Question Block KPI scores and formula will appear on your dashboard.  

insights view- question grouping

TIP

formula tipMake sure you've given your question blocks titles so you'll know which results you're looking at!

What's next?

Once you set up the Insights View, you will want to take a look at the following:

  • Charts view: allows you monitor the number of responses, the completion rate and the average duration of your surveys. You can also see graphical representations of the results of each question separately and the results of each question block of your survey.
  • Responses view, to analyze the responses you have collected, the last slide and last question when save on exit or save and continue is enabled. This is where device data and properties are included, if data collection setting is enabled.
  • Presentation view,  to use your results in a presentation. You can easily switch between questions and show the answers and graphs in a clean and visual way to your audience. You can also use it when you are polling your audience at an event and show the live results as they come in.

Give it all a trial run by logging in here and giving it a go!

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Vincent is the author of this solution article.

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