Embed an element from a survey report into your own website or intranet using an iFrame.
Sometimes our support staff may ask you for the ID of a report element. Report element IDs are also used extensively in the CheckMarket Scripting Language (CSL).
This article explains how to add page breaks and manage the number of open answers shown in a PDF report.
A key driver analysis examines the relationships between potential drivers and behavior such as the likelihood of a recommendation or satisfaction.
It is crucial to pass operational data to your survey and then combine it with experience data you gather in the survey to create insightful reports and dashboards.
In HR surveys, it is important to assure anonymity. This can be done by setting a minimum number of respondents required to show results. This prevents viewers of reports being able to filter too far and being able to see individual answers.
Where are your survey respondents located? Our report element ‘Map’ lets you explore and visualize the locations of your respondents on a map.
Variables available in the ReportBuilder from the CheckMarket Scripting Language (CSL). Use them to add dynamic content to your reports.
Clear a report’s cache to show the most recent data.
The filter bar lets viewers of reports, quickly and easily filter based on preset criteria. The data and the other filters are updated in real time!
How must your answer options be presented in the raw data in Excel? Labels show actual answer options. Values depend on the answer option order.
You can show open answers in the respondents overview and thus easily identify your respondents, also when you’re not working with contacts.
The distribution report provides in-depth information on your respondents, such as their location, device used, referral link, … and much much more.
Once your survey is launched and respondents start to fill it out you can consult your results in real-time from within your account.
Use our notifications to automatically post survey feedback and results to Slack. CheckMarket has a built-in integration with Slack so it’s as easy as pie!
Using the CheckMarket notifications you can automatically create a Zendesk ticket based on a survey response so your support team can take immediate action.
While your respondents are filling out your survey, you can already download your results in several reports types and file formats, e.g. Excel, SPSS, etc.
The respondents overview provides information on your survey respondents, such as their completion level, time needed to complete your survey, etc.
There are two types of respondent reports available in CheckMarket: the report with metadata, and the report without metadata.
The Distribution report gives a quick and visual overview of the global response rates for your survey. Add breakouts to see the response rates by all available operational data.
Use the respondent overview or the contact overview to delete responses from a survey, both from non-contacts and contacts.
Use a timeline to track an aggregate value over time, such as the average satisfaction, NPS, respondent count, etc. grouped by a selected period (day, month, quarter, year).
You can view all open answers per question in a report or download them all at once via the raw data in Excel or SPSS.
On the distribution report you will find the chart with the number of respondents and dropouts per page right underneath the general survey stats.
Use tooltips, popovers and modals windows to clarify certain words or show additional information in context in your survey and reports.
When your respondents have uploaded files in a survey, there are two ways to view these files in the CheckMarket tool: in the reports or via an excel file.
You can edit survey responses of both contacts and non-contacts. Make sure you have the respondent’s permission and respect the ICC/Esomar code.
The survey overview chart shows you a timeline with the amount of emails sent and responses collected for each day your survey was live.