I have a survey in which I posed 8 rating questions (1-5 scale), and 1 open ended question for a team to rate 5-10 of their colleagues. I am curious how I can run a basic report that shows me what feedback everyone said about one person, for each of the people on my list.. I hope that made sense but it is a pretty simple report!
So if the survey is already over, this may not help you unless you have another survey planned like this.
If I were at the beginning and I wanted to do this, I would have planned some way to filter the survey or tie a value to the respondents name.
In great detail I would have –
- Had the respondents name on a dropdown list
- Built a “Custom Script” that evaluated the dropdown list and tied a “Hidden Value” to who was evaluated.
- Built reporting that split out each response on a separate page and had all the evaluation information at the top. – This can include even more information, I have done a survey that breaks everything down (name,position,department etc.) for clean reporting.
If this is your first time building a survey it would help to have a small web programming background to perform the Custom Script.
I am interested in your question but not fully understanding it.
The only thing I am thinking is you would have to run separate reports per person with a filter and then compiling them into one survey. (Labor intensive)
If you could provide any more context that would be great.