How do I run a summary report that gives me everything everyone said about each person in my survey?


Hello šŸ™‚

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!

Sarah Lindquist asked

    Hi Sarah,

    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.


    Jacob Hayslett answered
      • Hello Jacob!

        I should probably start out by mentioning that I am brand new to survey gizmo and had no idea my question was public šŸ™‚ However, I have a survey that I created in which I had a list of 30 people that had to answer a series of 8 questions that required an answer on a 5 point scale. The purpose of the survey was for team members to rate their teammates. This survey was sent out to those 30 people and I was curious how I would go about creating a report that shows me what each person said about each of their peers they selected on the list. I hope this makes sense. I am appreciative of your help! Please let me know if you have any further questions.


      Hey Sarah,

      So if the survey is already over, this may not help you unless you have another survey planned likeĀ this.Ā 

      If I were at the beginning and I wanted to do this, I would have plannedĀ some way to filter the survey or tie a value to the respondents name.Ā 

      In great detail I would have –

      1. Had theĀ respondentsĀ name on a dropdown list
      2. Built a “Custom Script” thatĀ evaluated the dropdown list and tied a “Hidden Value” to who was evaluated.
      3. 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.Ā 

      Jacob Hayslett answered


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