Where to Find Your Survey Responses

Have you created your survey and are now looking for your responses? This guide will show you where to find your UserFeedback survey results.

If you have not created your first survey, you can find out how to do that in our guide How to Create a Survey 

After you’ve created your first survey and had some submissions you probably want to review the results of your survey. To do that, you can get an overview of all your result by clicking Results under UserFeedback in your sidebar.

UserFeedback Results Page

If you have more than one survey, the graph will show you the results from all of your surveys. You can select to view one survey by clicking its name in the table under the graph.

Once you have selected your survey you will be presented with a table, or multiple if you have more than one question, that will show you all the replies your selected survey has received.

In the example below, you can see that this short survey asked a single question “How are you?” – the answers to that can be seen in the table. Each answer has a timestamp with the newest being at the top of the list.

userFeedBack results - single survey

In addition to seeing the results, you can also review the number of impressions that your survey has seen, the number of times a visitor to your site reviewed your survey, as well as the number of entries over a week, month, and in total.

If you have multiple checkboxes or radio buttons within your survey you will see a graph rather than a table containing the number of selections.

userFeedback Results - Graph

Once you have reviewed your survey and would like to review the results of another published survey, you can select the drop-down at the top of the page and select your other survey result pages.

userFeedback results - change survey

And there you have it! You now know where to find the results of your surveys

Want to know how to receive email notifications from your surveys? The following guide will show you how – How to Receive Email Notifications for Responses.