Survey Analytics

This article follows the previous content on how to create a survey. It will provide information about analytics.

👩🏽‍🏫 In order to access survey analytics, you must first install and set up the survey feature for your company. 

Access Survey Analytics

  • Head to Analytics in Feedback 

🔃 When accessing the analytics of a recurrent survey, a cycle must be selected. By default, the last available survey will be pre-selected.

Raw Results 

This table provides an overview of all the answers from every participant of the survey (scroll horizontally).

Grouping Raw Results

Grouping visualises results grouped into selected criteria and is useful to compare groups (e.g. teams). Grouping results will add collapsable rows to the results table.

Score Results 

  • The results are structured by score. There will be a display of all answers per question. 
  • Questions that are 'rated' have visual interpretation with graphs.

Grouping Score Results

Grouping visualises results grouped into selected criteria and is useful to compare groups.

  • In example: Managers and admins could detect differences between teams that otherwise would not be detectable (because results would be mixed in a pool of data).

💡 You can group by: Workplace and Team

1. Grouping Bar Charts

When grouping is active, the bars will be segmented into the different options for that specific group criteria. A legend on the right will specify the color for each group. If there are too many options, the less common ones will be grouped into one.

🔢 Normal and grouped bar charts display by default total sums, but you can as well visualise percentages.


📊 When grouping data it can be interesting to know the percentage of how each group contributed to the total amount. In example: A question has 25 answeres. What percentage of these 25 was male? We call that type of view share.

When seeing a grouped bar chart, there are three options in the dropdown menu: Sums, Percentages, and Share

2. Grouping Open Questions

Grouping answers for open questions will add collapsable rows to the table. 

Responders Modal

In the case of non-anonymous surveys, it is possible to check who answered what. (As long as the user has access to those answers.) By clicking on a segment in bar, the list of users who selected that answer will be displayed. 

Filters for Score & Raw Results

You can filter your results by:


    Partial Results vs. Rest of the Company 

    If you view a sample of the results (because a filter has been applied, because the user cannot access all the data, or a combination of both), it might be useful to compare the results with the full sample. When selecting the optionin a bar chart each partial result would pair with the aggregated data.

    Empty Search Results

    Depending on the filter you set, there might be empty results.

    🔃 We recommend to delete them or apply different filters.

    Download Data

    • Click on (...)

    😎 You can export survey results in .xlsx and .csv.

    💡You can export the data that you filtered or grouped before.

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    👩🏽‍🏫Learn more about our option for anonymous surveys.