Site Intercept users can now pass parameters to Web Service intercept conditions, directly in the User Interface. In the past this could only be done by appending the name-value pairs as query string values to the Web Service URL.
We have introduced a new feature to ‘Add/Edit Parameters’ (that is seen upon selecting Web Service condition in the Intercept condition options):
Upon clicking on ‘Add/Edit Parameters’, users can now specify one or more web service parameters (Name – Value pairs).
November 01, 2017
The public API v3.13.0 was released on October 20, 2017, This release included the following changes:
Users can now get transaction data from the get transactions in a transaction batch api by using a query parameter of “withDetails”.
The Email Task in Actions page got a few useful upgrades:
Ability to add multiple email addresses in the TO: field in Email task
Ability to send immediately or ‘send after’ x hours
Ability to view Source in the message box
November 01, 2017
Offline App Enhancements
Qualtrics has made some major enhancements to the Offline App. These features bring Qualtrics Offline App closer to the functionality that we have come to enjoy with Qualtrics online surveys. The key features are:
Contact List Download into Offline Application
Users of Qualtrics Offline App can now download the contact list of survey takers. A typical use case where this is very helpful is when users who interview various customers and enter the details in the App.
For example, as part of a census study, an interviewer using the Offline App may ask questions to a resident. They would use the Contact List feature in the Offline App to pull information about that resident, update the survey with this information and also track which residents they have surveyed.
The Interviewer or the survey taker will only be able to see the following fields from the Contact list: First Name, Last Name, Email Address.
However, one can use any of the additional fields in the contact list for any logic in the survey. For example, if gender of the survey taker is a field in the Contact List, we could track how many Males and Females have taken the survey by pulling in this field from the Contact List.
Report on Quotas
Users can leverage the combination of the Contact List with surveys in the Qualtrics Offline App to do many creative things. One of them is to keep track of quotas. For example, let’s say the user is an interviewer who is surveying various customers whose details such as the gender are known. If the user wants to keep track of the number of Males and Females that he has surveyed, he can simply pull in that field as an Embedded Data from the Contact List. The interviewer can then see how many males and females he has interviewed.
File Upload Question Size Increase to 100MB
Qualtrics has increased the size of the file that can be uploaded in the Offline App to 100MB. This file upload is also significantly faster as the App uses the smartphone’s native capability to upload the file. Users can take advantage of this new feature to upload large audio, video and image files.
November 01, 2017
Easy access to Text iQ
Users who have purchased both Text iQ and CX can now easily access Text iQ for their CX datasets. Just click on the “Text” link in Dashboard Settings to explore, add, and modify Text iQ topics and sentiment. For more details on Qualtrics Text iQ, visit https://www.qualtrics.com/iq/text-iq.
Closed Loop Updates
Organize ticket fields
Qualtrics now supports the ability to order ticket data fields, and hide ticket data that is only needed for reporting. Simply drag and drop fields in the order users want to see them. Also, click on the eye icon to hide the fields users no longer need to see, and simplify their workflow.
Ticket status workflows
Want to ensure that tickets can only flow one way (i.e. no regressing to previous states)? Qualtrics now lets users set it up this can be enforced. More control over user workflows could not be easier to set up. One checkbox, and users are set. And it’s clear to users as well, since the previous states of the ticket are greyed out, so they can only make forward progress. (Note: this rule does not apply to brand admin accounts)
Sub ticket owners can always see and comment on the master ticket (though not edit other fields) and the master ticket owner can see and edit details on all sub-tickets.
Ticket message templates
Tickets now allows you to create a library of ticket response templates that your agents can pick from and customize to quickly and effectively close the loop with customers. As a bonus, by setting Q_Language in your ticket data, the message will default to the correct translated version if you have translations setup in your message library.
November 01, 2017
Better handling of matrix variables
In the past a matrix variable with five questions would be treated by Stats iQ as five separate variables. This took up a lot of space in the left-side variable pane and made analysis difficult.
Now matrix questions are grouped together, taking up only one space on the left side. They can also be Described as a group, which makes it easy to see how answers to the different questions differed.
Note that as yet no statistical calculations are integrated into those analyses. Please contact our support to pass along that feature request if integrated statistical calculations are important to you.
November 01, 2017
This new importer is a more flexible, responsive, intuitive way to import responses into Qualtrics surveys.
New features include:
New responses are processed 10x faster (or more!) than the legacy data importer
Import UTF16-encoded files
Import either choice or recode values, and map choices in the data file into existing choices in the survey
For custom imports of data gathered outside of Qualtrics, download mapping files for easy future imports into the same survey
To make Results Reports and the Data Processing tools even easier to use, Qualtrics introduces the ability to create and save filters to re-use throughout Research Core. Rather than re-creating filters to switch between frequently used data views, save a filter once and use it throughout the platform.
For Results Reports creators who prefer to always (or never) see charts, tables, and/or statistics tables, those preferences can now be saved in Results Reports Global Options. Now instead of manually removing unwanted visualization types one-by-one, a single global setting can be used to tailor the report by default to the user’s preferences.
Results Reports: User-Specific Preferences
Report creators can now save and apply their own personal report style defaults to every report they create. Rather than applying default settings per report, the report creator’s settings will be automatically applied to each report created, and can then be customized per report or per visualization. Default setting include color palettes, decimal precision, spacing preferences, default visualizations, and more.
Public Quota Dashboards
Qualtrics continues to make significant enhancements to the Quota management functionality in surveys. Last month we released the Multiple Quota creation feature. This month, Qualtrics is releasing enhanced dashboards for tracking your quotas. This feature is especially helpful for researchers who run large Brand Experience (BX) studies where they need to track multiple quotas and the status for them. With this feature, survey creators now have a one-stop shop view of the status of all their survey quotas in an enhanced dashboard like view.
October 04, 2017
Dashboard Translation Management
Dashboard administrators can now manage translations for all dashboard content by simply downloading their content template from the dashboard administration section. Once users have added the translated content to the template they can instantly upload the file to create a fully localized dashboard.
Dashboard Export Enhancements
Several enhancements added to improve exports from the dashboard, including the following:
Users now have the option to automatically expand widgets during export to ensure all widget and dashboard content is visible in the PDF export.
Table style widgets have been optimized to ensure the widget is broken in a logical place when spanning across multiple pages in PDF exports.
Data exports from the from EX widgets now support TSV file format, which is an alternative to CSV format when dealing with content that includes special characters.
October 04, 2017
WebService task is now generally available.
The public API v3.11.0 was released on October 03, 2017, This release included the following changes:
Users can now get contact email and response history at a directory and mailing list level.
The public API v3.10.0 was released on September 22, 2017, This release included the following changes:
A timezone parameter has been added to the create and update user api.
Brand permission data will now be obtained from Authorization Service.
October 04, 2017
File Upload Question – Increase max file size to 100MB
The Collect Platform now enables survey respondents to upload files upto 100MB in size. This will enable users who have permissions to support File Upload question type in their survey thave their survey takers upload videos, images and other formats so long as that file size is less than or equal to 100MB.
Deprecating outdated survey themes from Qualtrics Global Library
In the Qualtrics Survey Themes Library that can be accessed from the Look and Feel editor, we have deprecated 17 survey themes that were outdated. We continue to maintain great looking survey themes that our users can benefit from.
This deprecation does not affect any surveys that are currently live and using the deprecated themes. It also does not affect any custom themes that our users have in their own brand library.
Saved Layouts in Data and Analysis
The Data and Analysis Tool now makes it even easier to switch between different Data layouts. Choose the columns and sorts that are most useful. Name and save those layouts to view and export those interesting views over and over again. For even better collaboration, Saved Layouts are shared between all users with Data permissions on a project.
September 06, 2017
Search Projects List in Ticketing App Filters
Users with a large number of projects can now use search to find the projects that they want to filter by in the Ticketing Application.
September 06, 2017
Additional Languages for Dashboard Localization
Employee Engagement and Employee Pulse dashboards can now be localized into Polish and Turkish in addition to the 14 languages currently available.
September 06, 2017
Pairwise Comparison Table
Stats iQ now has a Pairwise Comparison table that allows the user to look at all such comparisons.
Printing/Export to PDF
It’s now possible to print Stats iQ output or save it to PDF to share in static format.
Access this feature by clicking the name of the workspace in the top left then selecting the workspace you want to print.
September 06, 2017
Survey Export to Word
Qualtrics has made significant enhancements to our Survey Exports to Word. With these enhancements, users have more options that they can download to the Word doc. For example, users can also pull in the Survey Flow logic, any conditional validation that is done on the answer choices and any graphics that are used in the survey. Additionally, users can also choose to have the company’s logo in the Word document.
Qualtrics has also enhanced these Word exports to support multiple languages that can be shown at the same time in the Word document.
This will significantly help users better explain the changes they have made to their surveys. Often the word document of the survey is used to get internal feedback from colleagues before the survey is sent out. By enabling the reviewer of the survey to see additional details about the survey, users can get more meaningful and accurate feedback.
Microsoft Word is used across 80% of large enterprises. These enhancements will enable Word users with the flexibility to use Qualtrics to create complex surveys and have other employees within the enterprise view the survey using a format that they are all comfortable viewing.
Text iQ (Intelligent Text) now includes automated text translations. Translations allow Qualtrics clients to listen to every respondent’s experience, even if that respondent speaks a different language than the analyst. Translations couple the ease of single-language response sets with the flexibility of allowing each respondent to write in his or her language of choice.
Using Qualtrics, text responses can be automatically translated into one or more target languages for analysis, while still preserving the original comment. Translated text is then immediately available for analysis and publishing in Results Reports, Vocalize, Text Tools, or Table Downloads.
Translations are available to all Text iQ (Intelligent Text) clients in the Data tool. Learn more about Text iQ.
Text iQ Recommended Topics Enhancements
One of the most popular features of Text iQ (Intelligent Text) is the ability to generate recommended topics to discover interesting, prevalent, or emerging themes in the text collected on Qualtrics. The following enhancements have been added to make this process even faster, easier, and more effective for Text iQ clients:
Automatic generation of recommended topics – no need to request recommended topics anymore; recommendations will automatically be generated for all questions and fields viewed in Text iQ
Recommended topics for smaller response sets – there’s now no minimum number of responses needed to generate recommended topics for a question or field in Text iQ
Regeneration of recommended topics – to more easily identify new themes, Text iQ will regenerate recommend topics each time the comments for a question or field double
Qualtrics users now have access to improved and easier to use default templates for Pop Over, Slider, Feedback Link and Info Bar Creatives. These Creative templates can be accessed by simply creating a new Creative that is a Pop Over, Slider, Feedback Link or Info Bar. The new templates are also available in the Qualtrics Global Creative library.
August 02, 2017
Public API v3.8.0 was released on July 17, 2017. This release included the following changes:
The Share Survey endpoint has been added to the V3 API, which allows a user to update a surveys collaboration permissions between users in a brand.
Salesforce Integration now allows users to enter embedded data directly instead of using the piped text format.
Salesforce Integration triggers can now handle anonymous link distributions
July 10, 2017
Tickets now have their activity listed with the latest update at the top, so you can quickly see the latest information without having to scroll all the way to the bottom.
Key Drivers widget now supports Top Box / Bottom Box Metric, so if you want to look at the top drivers for high satisfaction, you can do so.
Record Grid widget allows you to resize columns, so you can view your tabular data just the way you want.
July 10, 2017
Survey Editor Enhancements
Web Services now support POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE in addition to GET requests. This enables users to call services that support these REST APIs from within their Survey Flow. For example, you could post a review on Facebook or other review site as part of the Survey taking process.
Filtering/Sorting on Responses in Progress
Qualtrics users can now sort and filter on various fields for responses that are still in progress. These fields include contact/panel information fields of the respondents like first name, last name, email. It also includes fields that enable users to determine where survey takers are dropping of such as % Progress, Last Question Answered, Last Activity, etc.
Results Reports Enhancements
Qualtrics is continually investing in and improving all aspects of the platform, including the reporting user experience. This month Qualtrics added several new features to Results Reports:
Recode values in statistics tables: Stats tables will now include the option report on recoded values instead of the original numeric values if desired.
Exporting text: Notes added in Results Reports can now be exported as images
Custom color palettes: Under Global Options users can create fully custom color palettes to use by default throughout the report.
Table Downloads Enhancements
The Qualtrics Experience Management platform is the best place to view, analyze, and action experience data, but sometimes users also need to export their data to analyze or share it in another tool. The next-generation of Qualtrics Table Downloads from the Data tool now includes the ability to download User Submitted Files. If a survey has a file upload question type, the Data Table tool supports download of those files, complete with the ability to filter the response set and support for larger downloads than ever before.
The full suite of Qualtrics Intelligent Text tools now support Qualtrics Data Isolation. Data Isolation optionally extends the already stringent Qualtrics security requirements by layering on an extra layer of data encryption that can only be accessed by a customer’s unique key. Once Data Isolation is enabled, all data are encrypted with the customer’s key, whether data are at rest, in storage, or in an offsite backup. Learn more about Intelligent Text and contact Qualtrics to learn more about Data Isolation.
July 07, 2017
The public API v3.7.0 was released on May 15, 2017. This release included the following new features:
The Get Survey endpoint will now include loop and merge data.
The Import Contacts endpoint will now accept a JSON body or a JSON file depending on the content type of the request.
The Qualtrics Employee Engagement and Pulse products are now integrated into the XM platform. Now, EX customers have access to a visually updated user interface as well as a handful of new product features and functionality including…
Projects and folder organization
Survey and messages libraries
Expanded survey options
Access to a new data tab
New project sharing capabilities
New user and project admin features
For a comprehensive overview of new features and to access FAQs about the integration, click here.
June 08, 2017
Sentiment Analysis added to Text iQ (Intelligent Text Analysis)
Text is a rich source of insight – and a complicated and time-consuming source to analyze. Now in addition to automated topic recommendations, Qualtrics Text iQ now includes sentiment analysis. Sentiment Analysis assigns a positive, negative, neutral, or mixed rating to every comment, which can then be analyzed in Results Reports or Vocalize for even deeper insight into what respondents are saying and how they feel about it.
Assisted Query Builder in Text iQ (Intelligent Text Analysis)
Qualtrics Text iQ gives you intelligent, insightful automated topic recommendations so every analyst can get the most out of the rich comments provided by respondents. When analysts provide a keyword of interest, Qualtrics Text iQ now provides those analysts with related words, specific to their response set, to add to their topics.
Surveys change. Organizational hierarchies change. Report formats and goals change. And sometimes respondent data has to change with them. Now Qualtrics users can edit responses right in the Data tool. Simply click into the field to update it and the changes are immediately available in Results Reports, Vocalize, Text Tools, or Table Downloads. Changes can be made to one response or batched to update multiple responses. And the original value is always preserved so that any data administrator can view and, if necessary, revert the change.
Table Downloads Enhancements
The Qualtrics Experience Management platform is the best place to view, analyze, and action experience data, but sometimes users also need to export their data to analyze or share it in another tool. The next-generation of Qualtrics Table Downloads from the Data tool now includes the following new features:
Optionally include randomization data for questions with randomized choices or randomized questions within survey blocks
Download multi-value fields as multiple columns. For example, topics can be exported as a single delimited field (“blue, yellow”) or as multiple single-value fields (“blue=true”, “yellow=true”, “red=false”)
Download conjoint fields if a conjoint block is used in the survey
June 07, 2017
Updates to Results Report Automatic Pagination
Qualtrics is continually investing in and improving all aspects of the platform, including the reporting user experience. This month, the experience of navigation and scrolling through Results Reports was dramatically improved. Now the visualization configuration sidebar is collapsible to give report viewers and editors the most space possible to view and analyze their data. When the configuration sidebar is expanded, it now scrolls independently from the report so that the chart and any configuration option can be easily viewed in the same window.
Table Downloads include Seen but Unanswered Data
The Qualtrics Experience Management platform is the best place to view, analyze, and action experience data, but sometimes users also need to export their data to analyze or share it in another tool. The next-generation of Qualtrics Table Downloads from the Data tool now includes seen but unanswered data. For even more detailed analysis in external tools, exports can optionally include a user-configurable value to indicate that a respondent saw a particular question and chose not to answer it.
Multi-Value Embedded Data Fields
Qualtrics Embedded Data now supports multiple values in a single field. Now by selecting the “Multi-value Text Set” datatype for an embedded data field, Qualtrics will record and report on a comma-delimited set of values. For example, saving “bunny,cat” within a multi-value text set embedded data field will report that the respondent has both the values of “bunny” and “cat”; much like a set of checkboxes within a survey.
May 03, 2017
Manager Report Viewing Controlled By Report Requirements
This new option will now allow users to prevent managers from viewing reports for their employees until the minimal report viewing requirements are met. This can help ensure managers only view the reports when the full set of 360 feedback has been submitted.
Filter Participants And Target Messages Based On Task Completion
Users can now filter participants based on whether they have or have not completed required tasks in the 360 project, e.g. viewing and approving reports or nominations. This is available on the Participants tab to filter for specific participants, and is also available on the Messages tab to target emails to participants based on task completion status.
May 03, 2017
Multiple source table improvements
Qualtrics has made a couple of enhancements to the Multiple Source Table widget. Top/Bottom box metrics and the ability to show an absolute change are now supported to enable you to show the data just the way you want it.
When setting filters to default from user attribute, the default value now supports multiple values (i.e. the ability to multi select).
Advanced filters against date fields can now filter by “older than” according to several different periods and time ranges.
Filtering date fields can now be configured to only show today’s data.
Prevent multiple people from editing the same ticket
Have you ever tried to close the loop and realized that your colleague was working on the same ticket?Qualtrics will now show you a warning message when two people try to edit the same ticket. No more overriding work that has already been done.
API users can now patch transaction data. This is different from update (put) transaction because patch will only update the data keys given, put will flush all original keys and values in the data object before adding the new keys. See Documentation
May 03, 2017
SPSS Support in New Table Downloads
The new table downloader in the Data tab now supports response exports in SPSS formats. Users that wish to use SPSS for statistical analysis of data collected using Qualtrics can export SPSS-compatible syntax and data files that include data created using next-gen Qualtrics features such as text topics and data columns derived from other data in the survey, formula-based derived data, or manually-applied tags.
April 12, 2017
Contacts in Directory Mailing Lists
API users can now create, update, get, delete, and list contacts in directory mailing lists.
Qualtrics has added significance testing added to the Pivot Table widget for Top/Bottom box measures. This allows dashboard users to see at a glance if the value or change they are looking at is statistically significant or not.
Response Weighting by Month
Qualtrics added the ability to support month as an option for Response Weighting giving you more granularity in reporting your data.
Multiple-select in drill-down Filters
Drill-down filters now support the selection of multiple options per field making it easier for you to see the data you want to, for quicker insights.
TSV exports for widgets
Qualtrics now supports TSV exports for widgets on dashboards, making it easier for non-english characters to be imported into Excel. This is especially relevant for our non-english speaking markets. TSV exports are not yet supported for widgets that don’t support .csv export and for Response Ticker and the Record Grid widget.
April 05, 2017
Qualtrics added a key improvement to import from the Library. This feature allows the user to import questions, blocks and surveys from the library while simultaneously preserving the export tags (like ‘Q1’, ‘Q2’) from the source.
This feature will significantly save time for Market Research firms that need to import many questions, blocks and surveys from the library in a short period. Hint: Users can set these export tags in the library editor if they don’t want new, sequential export tags or duplicates.
Qualtrics has improved the Carry forward and Skip Logic editors (i.e. where user add in new skip logic or new carry forward on a question) now display question numbers in the dropdown menu. This feature will reduce time for users who need to add numerous and complex logic to surveys.
March 08, 2017
N Counts on Widgets
Qualtrics has added an option to show the count of responses that a widget is using. This can help users understand how significant the data is, especially as they apply filters.
In addition to the widget level count, users can also enable counts in tooltips to see the count for each data point.
Changes to filters in View Mode will now persist and be reapplied automatically when users revisit the dashboard. This will save users from having to configure filters each time.
Users also have the option to reset filters to their default values as configured by the dashboard editor.
February 01, 2017
On-the-Fly Variable Creation
Using Embedded Data in Qualtrics surveys is amazing. Embedded data gives a survey creator so much flexibility – but embedded data only works if the survey creator knows what variables they will want to report on and analyze before any responses are collected. What if they don’t know the fields they’ll want to report on or analyze ahead of time? That’s where Variable Creation comes in.
Qualtrics Variable creation allows any analyst to create new fields from data already collected in the survey. Group states into regions, create income brackets from raw income numbers, find the average of three satisfaction questions – the analyst can do it all, any time, on any field in the dataset. Variable creation rules will apply to all past and future responses, and the new fields can then be used all over the Qualtrics Insight Platform: in Qualtrics Results Reports, Vocalize, or exported along with the direct survey response.
Results Reports Enhancements
Qualtrics has added several new enhancements to Results Report to make these reports even more flexible and easier to use. Key enhancements this month include:
Easier page moves – Move a single page to the top or bottom of your report in the Page Options or use Shift or Command/Control plus clicks to select multiple pages and drag them to the desired position.
Report on percent of respondents or choices for multiselects – For any multi-value field, such as checkboxes, choose the denominator you want to report on. You can choose the number of respondents to the question or the total number of choices selected by all respondents.
Pagination for Simple Table – Sometimes a question or embedded data field that’s using the Simple Table has a large number of options that are cumbersome to report on in a single table. Now report creators can choose pagination options for Simple Table to make reports more readable.
Suppressing Hidden Page Visualizations in Edit Mode – To make Results Reports load more quickly and so that report editors have a more succinct report to peruse, hidden pages are now suppressed in edit mode. The page can easily be viewed again by clicking the “View” button.
Salesforce Response Mapping
Qualtrics’ integration with Salesforce has been enhanced. This enhancement allows clients to connect multiple Salesforce accounts within the same survey. Additionally, we have made it easier to map data from Qualtrics to Salesforce. The platform even auto recommends how to map Qualtrics fields to salesforce maps.
This integration has been built from the ground up in a new product called Actions. Actions is our latest offering that enables Qualtrics to connect and send data to and from other systems such as Salesforce, Slack, etc.
February 01, 2017
File Upload Thumbnails in Results Reports
Now when respondents upload an image file in a file upload question type, Results Reports display the image thumbnails in the summary table. Prior to this feature, the only way to see the images uploaded with the File Upload question was to download them all or to click on each file’s link in Results Reports. Now it’s easy for any report viewer to get a quick summary of all uploaded images from within Results Reports.
January 10, 2017
Target Audience Transactional Data API
Many Target Audience users collect survey feedback following a transaction. Typically, data about a transaction is stored as embedded data and is pulled into a survey sent to a contact about their recent transaction. Traditionally, when multiple transactions occurred for a single contact, the embedded data for previous transactions was overwritten. The Transactional Data API allows data about multiple transactions to be associated with a contact without overwriting existing embedded data.
A retail store chain is running a customer satisfaction program where they follow up with each customer after they check out by sending a survey asking about their experience. As part of the program, the company’s head of customer experience needs to break down satisfaction scores by store and by retail clerk, as well as how much the customer spent. She wants to store each customer as a contact in Target Audience along with this data about their transaction and immediately send out a survey about the transaction. Her survey relies on data about the transaction and, in addition to the existing contact data, now has data about each transaction available for use in the survey flow and to pipe into question text. If the customer comes back into the store the following week, the next transaction can be recorded without losing the data about the previous transaction.
Single Transaction Management
The Transactional Data API provides endpoints to create, retrieve, update, and delete individual transactions, as well as retrieve all transactions for a specified contact. Additional information can be found in the Qualtrics API documentation:
Once a transaction has been added to a contact, it can be referenced at survey distribution time, in addition to the contact, in order to associate the transaction data to the resulting survey session. Additional information can be found in the Qualtrics API documentation:
The Qualtrics Survey Editor has extended the support of file formats that can be imported to UTF-16 Encoded TSV Files. Users can import or export files at various places in the Survey Editor, such as Drill Down questions and survey translations. Previously, Qualtrics only supported CSV formats for imports, but now TSV formats — a widely used format across Europe — are supported as well.
Results Reports Enhancements
To make Results Reports even more useful, configurable, and delightful, we’ve added several new features:
Statistics Tables additional customization option: show or hide individual rows in the table
Bar Chart additional customization option: optionally hide axis values
Simple Table additional customization option: show or hide row and/or column totals
Statistics Tables additional customization option: break out statistics tables by another question or field
International SMS Distribution
While users have long had the ability to distribute survey links via SMS globally, those messages were sent from a US-based phone number. Now distributions sent to phones in the following countries will come from a phone number based in that country:
In addition to SMS-based survey invitation link distribution, users can now send 2-way SMS-based surveys to phone numbers in these countries.
December 07, 2016
You can now define your own metrics to use in Vocalize widgets. Use the new Custom Metrics tab in Dashboard Settings to add your custom metrics. You can use simple mathematical operations on existing metrics to derive new metrics that fit your needs. These custom metrics can then be used in widgets just like the built-in metrics provided in Vocalize.
Page level filters now remain available as you scroll down – you no longer need to scroll to the top to access filters. In addition, the filters that are applied (i.e. Those not set to ‘All’) are highlighted so you can easily tell how the data was filtered.
We have also extended user attribute-based defaults to drill down filters. This makes it easier to show the relevant information to your dashboard viewers.
Pie Chart and Simple Chart Interactions
Pie Chart and Simple Chart widgets can now be used to interactively slice and dice the data on your dashboard. For example, you can click on a bar in a bar chart or a slice of a pie chart to filter the page down to only the data that represents that bar or slice. For drill down fields, a Simple Chart drills down to the next level. In order to use this feature simply enable interactive filtering in widget configuration.