Enalyzer Reporting: Turn data into insight

Surveys, reports, and insight are in a symbiotic relationship. They cannot exist without each other, at least not in a…

Surveys, reports, and insight are in a symbiotic relationship. They cannot exist without each other, at least not in a way that brings value to your company. Today we’re going to highlight reports but never forget that one cannot exist without the other. 

Reports help you visualize and understand the survey data that you can share with whoever needs to see it so that everyone makes informed decisions.

Sounds advanced? It’s not, because with Enalyzer anyone can be an analyst. You can create customized reports that tell a story and share it with relevant stakeholders, without any experience.


Let’s Break It Down

A report is greater than the sum of its parts but let’s talk about those parts and their benefits.

Charts are a report’s cornerstone because they visualize data. Different charts address different needs and the correct combination will get you the insight you need.

You can filter reports by answers, time, and any survey background variable, e.g. age, department, unit, company, and more. Filtering and drilling down into your data gives you a better understanding of the state of your business. 

Enalyzer Report Filters

Create data series (a grouping of data based on one or more criteria) and add them to a chart for comparison or benchmarking purposes. This gives you an easy way to compare your results across departments, countries, and other variables.

With Enalyzer you can share your reports securely with others and provide them with read-only access. To ensure the right data gets to the right people, you can create different versions of the same report and share them.

The ABCs of Reports

In this 30 minute session, you will learn the basic chart types, filtering options, and other tricks to kickstart your online reporting journey.

Advanced Reporting Techniques

In this 30 minute session, you will learn how to set up reports like an expert. We’ll review advanced chart types, e.g. time series. Define variables, set up data series, as well as sharing report versions for limited access to your reports.

Why stop there? There’s more

We’ve compiled a list of webinars to help you get started with Enalyzer and give you a closer look at the multiple features available for your surveys and reports.

If you would like a team of experts to help you with the report setup, you can always get in touch with our consultants! They can help out in whatever you need or take over the entire process. Get in touch with us and let’s figure it out together.

If the customer does not come to you, have you ever considered going to the customer?

A website survey is, as the name suggests, a survey in your website, blog, online store, pretty much any HTTPS…

A website survey is, as the name suggests, a survey in your website, blog, online store, pretty much any HTTPS or WWW. Its purpose is to collect website feedback from your users, readers, customer, subscribers. In short, website surveys are perfect for collecting honest feedback from your target audience because they can find them when and where it’s relevant.

Website surveys are versatile since they take a multitude of forms, from pop-ups to embeds, and can be placed in different places in your site, depending on the pages you want to improve or need feedback on. Website surveys give you an excellent opportunity to learn why visitors visit your site, what they’d like to find, and assess their experience. So, stop guessing and start knowing.

Level up with website surveys 

Whether you want to understand your target audience or increase your conversion rate, forms are versatile tools that can help you get the insight you are looking for and need.

If you want to understand your visitor’s experience of your site, why not add a feedback survey to your website? You can feedback on your navigation, design, user-friendliness, content, and more. A survey like this would normally include questions like:

What brought you to our website? 
Where did you find our website? 
To what extent was it easy to find what you were looking for? 
If there is one thing you would like to change about our website, what would it be?

Conversion rate, the percentage of visitors who take the desired action, is a popular metric to assess growth. The desired action depends completely on your product/service and organization. For example, an online store’s conversion is a purchase, whereas for a social media platform it is creating an account.

If your conversion rate is low or you are not seeing a stable improvement, you can conduct an exit survey that activates after a certain amount of time. Such a survey can give you more insight into why your visitors are hesitating and not converting, and you can use that insight to increase conversions.

The NPS is an extremely popular metric to assess customer loyal and if you know us at all, you know it’s also an Enalyzer favorite. The NPS metrics consists of asking customers one question:

How likely is it that you would recommend this [company/product/service] to a friend or colleague?

Adding a permanent NPS survey to your site, for example, at the bottom of your page allows customers to send you continuous feedback.

Feedback is fantastic, we work with it every day, we’re fans however, website surveys can do more than collect feedback. Is this an online store? Add an online order form. Do your customers need to book appointments? Add a booking form. Do you want to stay connected with your customers? Add a contact form.

Add surveys to your website today

Our website collectors make it incredibly simple to add a survey to your site and customize the respondents’ experience on your site. You can choose between embedding your survey, adding a button, or inserting a pop-up window. All you have to do is:

  1. Create and design your survey in your Enalyzer account 
  2. Head over to the share panel and select the website method 
  3. Select a collector and just copy/paste some code into your website.