Inside the Dashboard: Survey Analysis

In this article:
Filtering the Dashboard by Date
Surveys/Answers Submitted
Surveys Submitted By Segment
Answer Distribution

If you have included a survey in your video, the Survey Analysis section of the dashboard provides you with information and insights regarding its results.

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Filtering the Dashboard by Date

By default, the dashboard displays data for the past 30 days. If you would like to see data from a different date range, adjust the date settings as described below.

Note that the date range selected will apply to all the widgets in your dashboard.

1.

Click the 3 lines in the upper-right corner to open the Date Range settings.

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2.

Set the date range using either of the following options (Predefined or Custom):

Predefined Custom
Click Predefined and then select a date range from the drop-down list.

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3.

Click the X to close the window.
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Surveys/Answers Submitted

This widget displays the following information:

1.

The number of surveys that were submitted.

2.

The number of answers that were submitted.

In the example below, a survey with two questions was included in the video.
4,015 surveys, that included a total of 7,770 answers, were submitted.
Based on this information, we know that not all the viewers answered both questions.

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Surveys Submitted By Segment

The widgets in this section provide the following information:

1.

In which channel was the survey taken?

2.

On which device did the viewer answer the survey?

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You can switch between absolute numbers and percentage by using the drop-down menu at the top of the page:

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Answer Distribution

The widget in this section displays the questions that were included in the survey and the answer distribution for each question.

In the example below:

  • Two questions were included in the survey.
  • Viewers were asked to rate two statements on a scale of 1 to 10.

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You can switch between absolute numbers and percentage by using the drop-down menu at the top of the page:

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