This is a first time use for me, so I’d really appreciate your help.
- I want to clarify that when I send out the summary report to respondents (Board members) that they will not be able to access who individually completed the survey (I have the Please enter your name question hidden). Is this adequate.
- The report does not include the details of the weighting in its results (shows 0,1,2,3, but not the narrative that describes the weighting). This takes away from the usefulness of the report-individuals wont’ recall what each weight stood for. How can I fix this?
- I haven’t been able to figure out how to produce a pdf that is useful: just using the print function produces an unnecessarily long 19 page report with no written responses included. I would like a visually useful pdf report of all responses. What is the best way to produce this?
Best answer by john.desboroughView original
I know that this might seem a little complicated but it is actually a simple set of steps that I use to create reports that i send back to respondents:
I know this seems a little complex but there are several threads in the Community that cover this type of topic. When I started on this, I used the tutorial/help file at this link - it is geared at making event badges as pdfs that are sent to people who register, but it has all the basics about how to create and send the data to Google Sheets, instructions on finding, installing and using Document Studio, etc.
Don’t be discouraged if what i outlined above sounds really complex - it is really a set of simple steps that once you get the hang of it, can be done really easily: i use this technique on many of the surveys that i have created at this point.
Getting more detail out of the Responses section of Typeform might/should be possible, but I think that someone from the actual Typeform team will need to answer that one.
Hi John: Thanks so much for taking the time to provide these details. It does sound complex, but I am going to give it a try. I’ll let you know how it goes.