The Results Summary

The Results Summary shows the top-line results of your survey at a glance, so you can quickly and easily see how your respondents have answered your survey. To view the Results Summary, simply click the Results tab in the blue navigation bar. The Results Summary will be the first page that comes up.

At the top of the Results Summary you will see the key statistics for your survey:

  • Survey Created date
  • Total - number of people who opened the survey
  • Partial - the total number of partial responses received
  • Completed - the total number of completed responses received

If your survey has multiple pages, by default it will only show you the first page. To see all pages at once, click All Pages in the Navigate bar

Using the Results Summary

Top right of the Results Summary is a box showing you the top-line statistics for the survey and four buttons for frequently-used functions. Click on any of these for more information about what they do:

 

Print Friendly

Send to Word

Filter Summary

Basic Statistics

Above right of some individual answers you will find the Create Chart button. You can use this to create  effective, beautiful charts of your results directly in SmartSurvey without the need for extra software. See the Creating Charts from Survey Results help guide here

Summer 2020 Beta Updates

This page is currently being updated with a new look and feel in a limited beta test.

You may be offered the opportunity to try out the new version of the page via an invitation bar at the top of the page.

The new page has a changed layout, and introduces some new features.

  • Summary Display Options: New options for customising the page. View Help Guide.
  • Hide / Show Questions: Include or exclude specific pages and questions from the report. View Help Guide.
  • Views: A feature allowing you to save display option and filtering preferences for future use. View Help Guide.

The "Print Friendly" and "Save to Word" options are now accessed via the "Options" button in the upper-right. Filtering is accessed via the new menu on the left. Basic Statistics is now one of the summary display options.


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