Before you create a survey, collect data, and start to analyze it, it’s important to consider the best way to share online survey results with your audience. Whether you’re keeping respondents informed, reporting to management and other stakeholders, or you’re conducting research on behalf of a client, the best method for sharing survey results will depend on the audience and what they’re going to do with the information.
With an online survey you can set up email alerts for responses, create analysis and reports to share, or set up accounts for your audience to log in and see live survey information with tailored reports.
Learn how you can share survey data with others
Give clients, colleagues, and key stakeholders 24/7 access to real-time and personalized survey results. You can set-up individual accounts and set permissions to view specific analysis and reports, and easily create new analysis on-the-fly.
View our helpful tutorial where you’ll learn how to:
- Create an Analysis Associate account
- Specify which surveys are available to view
- Configure reports to the unique perspective of the viewer
View tutorial on how to share survey data
Question: How do I view a results summary?
Snap Questionnaire and Summary Reports give a detailed summary of all survey results, and may provide all the details you need to make informed decisions. But did you know they can be modified and filtered to produce customized reports for each reader? Produce reports for an individual or region, or a department or team, for example.
View our helpful tutorial where you’ll learn how to:
- View the default Questionnaire and Summary Reports
- Customize the layout and content of the reports
- Add filters to tailor the report for specific readers
View tutorial on how to view and customize results
Access our helpful new worksheet to learn about how you can change category colors in charts
Chart styles use a carefully selected palette of colors, but we know there are times when you need to change the colors. It’s easy to do with this helpful new worksheet.
Access our helpful new worksheet to learn about how you can create a chart of positive responses to rating scale questions
Make quick comparisons between different questions or subgroups by excluding neutral and negative categories, leaving only the positive responses.
Learn more about developing advanced survey reports with the help of the new Snap Support Hub
Snap Surveys’ automated Summary and Questionnaire reports give you detailed insights just when you need them. Learn how to view and modify the standard reports, and also how to begin building your own advanced reports.
In the all new Snap Support Hub, you’ll have access to helpful materials:
- Snap help
- Training and consultancy
Learn more about developing advanced reports using Snap Survey Software.
Access our helpful worksheet to learn how you can use filters to identify a subset of survey respondents
We have created a helpful worksheet that explains how to create a chart filtered by date period, and how to create a list of survey participants who have made comments.
Snap Survey Software filters allow you to limit the data you view, so you can filter the survey respondent data that you use in your analysis. You can filter by:
- the answers to one or more of the survey questions
- respondents who did or did not reply to certain questions
- value of a question response or on data that Snap provides
Take a look at the new features for Smart Reports and Paper Survey Scanning available in Snap Survey Software Version 11.12
Snap Survey Software Version 11.12 includes a host of improvements to make it easier to create Smart Reports, including the option to select multiple report instructions for copy, delete, and move.
We’ve also improved recognition of quantity fields in scanning, and added the option to scan paper surveys from pdf files.
Update to the latest version today!
Access our new, helpful worksheet to learn how you can analyze data with crosstabs using Snap Survey Software
You can easily find trends and patterns in your survey data by creating ordered crosstabs (cross tabulations) using Snap Survey Software. Crosstabs, also known as contingency tables or pivot tables, are a quick way of analyzing banded or coded variables.
We have created a helpful worksheet explain how you can produce them, order them, and display them as visually appealing charts. It also demonstrates how to create crosstabs for all relevant questions in your survey with a single instruction.
This worksheet covers the following areas of crosstabs:
- Creating a simple crosstab
- Creating an ordered crosstab
- Quickly building multiple crosstabs in a report
- Producing crosstabs filtered by demographics
Trigger Personalized Email Reports from Your Online Survey
Do you need to share advice, guidance, analysis, and reports with your customers or colleagues? Our expert Research Services team can customize instant email reports for your online survey participants, including specific feedback, analysis, and guidance based on their answers. Upon completing the online survey, participants instantly receive a personalized email report.
Learn how the Snap Surveys Research Services team set-up instant email reports for Skills for Care, a UK organization helping local authorities assess their preparations for new government legislation. View the case study to find out what we did.
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