In the Stats section, you can export your data, i.e. your campaigns reports (or custom reports), the answers of your survey (and their associated data), or a summary table.

Let's see how to proceed for each item.

Export your report

At any time, you can "Export" your report by clicking on the following button:

You can choose between PDF or HTML export.

The PDF file will be instantly saved and available on your hard drive.

The HTML file will be publicly viewable and the URL of the file will be available for 1 month. You can share it publicly during this period. Please note that you can also download the html file on your computer to view it locally, if needed.

Export a table

Couldn't be simpler, simply click on "Export table".

You'll get a table in .XLS format.

Export answers

To configure the export of answers, click on the arrow on the "Export answers" button.

Then click on « Configure export ».

In the first field dedicated to the file name, you can add time variables such as the date, the day of export, the month, the year, the time, minute or the time stamp. That makes it easier for you to locate each export later.

1 / To display the menu, simply enter an # (hash) in the "File name" field. Then click to select the variables you are interested in.

2 / Once the variables have been chosen and the name entered (here: "-ANSWERS-EXPORT") you will get this:

3 / Last settings

By default the file extension is in .CSV but you can choose .XLS.

You can choose between ISO or UTF-8 encoding.

Finally, depending on the purpose of your export (displaying data or reintegrating in other tools) select between a display by column or with separators.

4 / All you have to do is choose the answers you want to include in your export.

Drag and drop the desired elements from the left column to the right column.

Once your export settings are complete, save by clicking the "Validate" button.

5 / Finally click on the "Export answers" button.

In our case, we've chosen an export in .XLS format and an automatic display per column.

We can find our selected column titles and the corresponding elements.

Another example : you can export your attributes by selecting them in the left column.

You will find your attributes in the final .csv file.

Want to try? Click here 👇

Avez-vous trouvé votre réponse?