Several months ago, we introduced our Analyze BETA, providing a new, better way to analyze your survey results. We’ve been listening to your feedback and working on adding all the features you need to understand and share your results.
Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve now added Exports to the Analyze BETA. The ability to save your data to an Excel file has been our most requested feature since we opened up the Beta to SurveyMonkey users.
Now, BETA users will be able to download their results without having to switch back to the classic Analyze section on the site. Not only that, but BETA users will also be able to:
- Request exports and download all requested files right from the results – no need to go to a different page just for exports.
- Export data from Saved Views – create your Saved Views with the FILTER or COMPARE rules all set up for a particular data analysis, then export directly from the View to download a file with the analysis already done.
There are 3 different places to go to try out the new Exports:
- Click the “Export All” button at the top right of the page to export all of your data in either Summary or All Responses format.
- Click on “Export View” in the menu associated with any of your Saved Views to export that view of your data.
- Click on “Download File” in the menu associated with any of your previously requested Exports to save the file on your own computer.
After you request the export with your selected format and options, you can continue with your analysis while we create the file. When your file is ready, we will notify you on the page, and you will find a link to your file (plus file details) in the Exports section in the left-hand side of the page (see #3 above).
We currently have the following export types and file formats available in the BETA:
- Summary Data in Excel and CSV formats
- All Responses Data in Excel and CSV formats
We’re working hard to bring more of what you want into the BETA version of our analysis tools, so expect the following soon:
- Summary Data in PDF format – great new files that match the extensive charts and easy-to-read format of the new BETA results page
- All Responses Data in SPSS format – for advanced users who do analysis in the SPSS statistical package
Plus much more, so watch this area for information on more new features and bug fixes we’ll be releasing weekly.
Also, if you’re reading this post but don’t have access to our Analyze BETA, just fill out the Analyze BETA Request survey below, and we’ll put you into the BETA so you can be one of the first to try it out. So give it a try and let us know what you think!