Report Pages

Note: this is only available for the Professional Analytics License

In the Report Pages section you determine the structure and settings of your Professional Analytics Dashboard. The video below will walk you through the most important options:

Useful placeholders for Report Pages

DescriptionPlaceholder
The number of responses considered in the data source.{NumberOfResponses}
The number of missings considered in the data source{NumberOfMissings}
The number of N/A considered in the data source{NumberOfNa}
PDF Download{{report.results_pdf}}
Word Download{{report.results_word}}
Powerpoint Download{{report.results_powerpoint}}
Excel Download{{report.results_excel}}

Structure

A dashboard can consist of multiple:

1. Page groups

2. Underlying pages.

Your dashboard viewers can easily switch between pages in the navigation panel at the right:

The report structure can be determined within the general settings of your report pages.

General settings

Firstly, please note that by default the report pages only show the top 50 of completed surveys to reduce loading times during your setup. By selecting all data, a recalculation will be executed which is identical to the data on your live dashboard.

Within the general settings you can determine:

  1. An Internal name
  2. A display name which is visible for your dashboard viewers in the navigation panel.
  3. Report filter: to determine the data that should be part of the report. For example, you can choose to only include interviews that were completed after a specific date.

    Please note that this will affect all tables and charts that you will use, so in most cases we advise to work with filters for specific tables instead of the overall report. This will result in more flexibility in presenting your survey data.
  4. Languages: to add more languages in case you have a multilingual audience.
  5. Report Navigation:to determine the structure of your report.
  6. Add Page: to create an additional page
  7. Manage pages: to easily configure your page groups and underlying pages.

Page settings

For every page you can determine the following settings:

  1. Page title: shown at the top of the page and in the navigation panel.
  2. Page subtitle: for additonal information.
  3. Hide page Title in Online Report: the page title will still appear in the navigation panel, but in the dashboard itself there will be more space to display charts.
  4. Page Width: to determine the width of your report.
  5. Availability in report/export types: here you can include/exclude pages from specific report formats.

Page elements

A page consist of different elements that you can use to build a page. Every page usually consists of the following elements:

  1. The Page Title
  2. One or multiple rows
  3. And the rows contain one or multiple tiles (charts)

Tiles can be dragged and dropped into a row from the add content menu. We usually recommend sticking to a maximum of 3 tiles per row.

Just select the desired element and drop it in a row. You can always easily duplicate, delete and move elements:

There are 4 element types:

  1. Layout rows & Page subsections: for structuring the page.
  2. Text elements: to provide context about the shown data.
  3. Charts: to visualize the data.
  4. Tables, to enrich the visualized data with for instance open comments

Tile settings

For every tile you can determine the:

  1. Element title
  2. Element subtitle: to for instance include the number of responses.
  3. Display & export settings: to set additional settings such as whether your dashboard viewers should be able to download this tile on their device.
  4. Slot footer: to provide additional context.
  5. Size: to set the (maximum) width & height.
  6. Edit chart: to navigate to the connected chart.

Dynamic filters

At the top of your page you can access the Dynamic Report filters. These filters can be used by dashboard viewers and are particularly useful for selecting specific date ranges, groups or regions.

Just click on Add filter control to determine the variables you would like to be available for filtering. Within the filter settings you can even set up more customization. For instance you can determine that your dashboard viewers should be able to search for a specific country. Filters can be applied and reset by your dashboard viewers.

Updated on June 22, 2023
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