Insert a Table

About Inserting Tables

The Initial Report automatically contains a response table for each question. Click Insert a Table to add a response table or statistics table. Response tables summarize the data for each question while statistics tables give key data points.

Inserting Response Tables

  1. Click Add Table at the top right of your question in the report.
  2. Point to the table and then click Table Options to see the following customization options:
    • Sort By: Sort your table by any of its columns. Alternatively, you can click the column headers to automatically sort.
    • Decimals: Choose how many decimal places are displayed in your table data.
    • Show/Hide Columns: Toggle whether columns in your table are displayed.
    • Show/Hide Rows: Toggle whether rows in your table are displayed.
    • Export Table: Save your table to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or PDF.

Inserting Statistics Tables

  1. Click More at the top-right of your question in the report, and then click Add Statistics Table.
  2. Point to the table and then click Table Options to see the following customization options:
    • Sort By: Sort your table by any of its columns. Alternatively, you can click the column headers to automatically sort.
    • Decimals: Select how many decimal places are displayed in your table data.
    • Show/Hide Columns: Toggle whether columns in your table are displayed.
    • Show/Hide Rows: Toggle whether rows in your table are displayed.
    • Top Box: Create a Top Box statistic, which will create a combined statistic for 1 to 3 choices on the high end of your scale.
    • Bottom Box: Create a Bottom Box statistic, which will create a combined statistic for 1 to 3 choices on the low end of your scale.
    • Export Table: Save your table to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or PDF.

Inserting Screen-Out Tables

Screen-out tables allow you to keep a count of all the people who are terminated from the survey when they pass over a particular end of survey element. Responses are not recorded for these individuals.

Note: Screen-out tables are only available in the new Reporting area (Reporting Beta). The “Use Screen-outs” permission must be enabled for this to work. Once enabled, you will have a “Screen-out Response” option available when you Customize an End of Survey element in the Survey Flow (Edit Survey tab). This extra option will be “Screen-out Response” at the bottom of the list of options.

To screen out respondents:

  1. Go to the Survey Flow (Edit Survey tab).
  2. Click Add a New Element Here and click End of Survey.
  3. Move the End of Survey element where it needs to be in the Survey Flow. When screening people out, it is usually placed within a branch so only certain non-qualifying respondents are screened out.
  4. Click Customize on the End of Survey element.
  5. Select Screen-out Response.
  6. In the Name text field, type the name for this group of screened out respondents. If you have multiple End of Survey elements using the Screen-Out Response option, you will want them to use a different name so you can keep track of who is screened out where.
  7. Click OK and Save Flow.

To view your screen-out table:

  1. Click the Reporting Beta tab.
  2. Create a new report or view an existing report.
  3. Add a table to the report by clicking New Table.
  4. From Select Item list, click Screen-Outs. The table will load and show all of your screen-out counts together.

More Information

When you select “Screen-out Response,” “Do not increment quota counts” and “Do NOT record survey response (not recommended)” are both automatically selected.

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