What are Build, Send and Results?

Build, Send and Results encompass the three steps of the project creation process.

Project Building

The building stage encompasses the content, structure, and design of your project. Below you’ll find a list of everything you can accomplish through this step:

For more information on this step, feel free to swing by one of your project building guides:

Sending your Project

When it comes to sharing your project, we’ve provided you with 5 options:

  1. Share a Link to your Project
  2. Target a Survey Audience (Purchase Responses)
  3. Create a Button for your Website
  4. Embed your Project on your Website
  5. Distribute via Email (using your Address Book)
  6. JavaScript API/ Querystring

Generate a link to your Project

The ‘simple link’ generator will provide you with a link that can be copied and pasted into URL bars. It is accompanied by a selection of quick sharing methods to your preferred Social Media sites.

Target a survey audience

Purchase responses for your survey by setting criteria for targeting respondents, to sure they're the right fit for your research.

To purchase survey respondents, you must be subscribed to a paid plan. To set target criteria to purchase a specific audience, you must be subscribed to an annual plan.

Create a Button for your Website

The second option embeds a button on your website, which presents your project to respondents once clicked. You will also be able to choose how your project appears, i.e. slide out from the left (see Sidebar Left), slide out from the right (see Sidebar Right), or pop-up (See Pop-up).

Code will be provided for these options, and advanced users will be able to send through additional information to be displayed in your project (such as a name) or recorded in the background (such as a user ID or tracking reference).

Embed your Project on your Website

This option will embed the project directly into your website, amongst all other content.

Distribute via Email

Send invitations to your project via email, using our servers or your own. Contacts will need to be imported into your Address Book in order for you to use this method of distribution. You can also enable ‘Tracking’ to keep note of which contacts have responded to your project and those that haven’t.

JavaScript API/ Querystring

This option requires a basic knowledge of JavaScript/ coding to be accomplished. This uses the JavaScript API to pass information through to our servers, which will be linked with each response.

Analyzing your Results

Your project results will be organized into an easy-to-read Quick Report. Depending on which question types you’ve inserted, your results will be illustrated as one of seven graph/chart types. These include:

  • Doughnut Chart
  • Column Graph
  • Line Graph
  • Radar Chart
  • Pie Chart
  • Star Rating
  • Ranking

Your results will also be presented as a Data Table, which contains a breakdown of each answer choice and the percentage of people who selected it. Statistics concerning standard deviation, number of responses, and weighted averages will also be included within this grid.

Below you’ll find articles relating to analyzing your results:

You have full control over what data is presented in the report, as question results can be added/removed at your will. You'll also be able to add elements to your report to improve design or brand it for stakeholders.

For more information on these points, see How to Customize your Report.

With a paid account, you will have access to  Filter and Comparison tools. These include:

  • Question
  • Respondent Data
  • Referrer Domain
  • Date Taken
  • Country
  • Complete/ Incomplete

These will allow you to filter your results according to the above parameters and allow for a clear comparison of responses. A paid account will also authorize you to analyze individual results, i.e. each respondent’s answer choices.

You will also be able to print your results report, and/or export them as a PDF/spreadsheet.