Getting the most value out of your survey results means being able to report intelligently on the responses you have collected. Yet reporting on survey data in a meaningful way across business units and with stakeholders internally and externally can be challenging.
Whether you are looking to speed survey-reporting tasks or need more insights into survey results, survey reporting is a critical component of delivering business intelligence from your survey activities. So what types of survey reporting tools can you use to dig deep into your survey feedback?
Report in real time.
Built-in reporting tools let you share what you have learned in real time. Unlike static PDF reports that are outdated the minute they are emailed, built-in reports let you share results from within the survey tool, so you can offer more actionable insight with less lag time. Be sure to choose a survey reporting tool that lets you choose who can view and edit your report data.
Summarize your findings.
Summary reports are great tools for tallying up survey responses so you can evaluate survey results without having to export the data into spreadsheets. With them, you can see survey response totals in one easy-to-digest report for a big-picture analysis of your campaign effectiveness. For a deeper view, you can drill down to analyze specific survey responses.
Automate your insights.
Use report wizards to automate the production of custom reports in seconds and make it easy to report on the survey findings most important to you. With survey wizards, you can filter and analyze large quantities of survey data in a custom report format that is most relevant to you. Not only will your survey findings be accurately reported, but also you will save valuable staff time over building custom reports from scratch.
Calculate your responses.
What does all that satisfaction data mean? Calculation reporting tools can go a long way in helping you to understand what your ratings scale responses mean, so you can get a better read on how your respondents really feel. Use them to calculate the averages for ratings scale questions so you can get a more precise evaluation of these complicated survey metrics.
Visualize your data.
Tap into the power of visual reporting tools to bring your survey responses to life by adding charts, graphs, and images to your reports. Use them to display and compare survey data percentages, summary averages and more. It is a great way to make complex data more understandable—and an easy way to brand your survey results to your industry or client.
Checkbox provides a wide range of robust survey reporting tools to save you time and help you analyze and share survey insights. Our report sharing tools make it easy for you to control who has access to your survey data, with granular permissions to view and edit survey information without the need for additional licenses. See how it works and try it free today.