In your HubSpot account, navigate to Service > Feedback Surveys.
In the dashboard, click the name of an existing survey.
Each survey details page will break down individual responses and overall metrics for that survey. This data is separated by the Responses and Analyze tabs.
Click the Responses tab to see all the feedback you've received for the survey.
Select the date range to view the responses that were submitted within a specific date range.
To filter your responses, click Filter responses:
Filter by associated company: filter by the contact's associated company.
Select the Only show responses with comments checkbox to only show responses with comment.
To filter responses based on contact properties, in the left sidebar menu, click More filters. Search for a contact property and click its name. Select the filter option you want and click Apply Filter.
To view a specific type of response, click Detractors, Passives or Promoters to view the respective responses.
To reply to your contact's response, click on their name. View their response and reply to them directly or add a comment to the conversation. Comments are only visible to you and your team.
To edit the columns, click Actions above the table > Edit columns.
In the dialog box, search or browse through properties on the left.
Select the checkbox next to a property to add it to your selected columns.
To reorder a column, click and drag a property.
To remove a column, click the X to the right of the property.
You can export your survey response data by clicking Export submissions The data will export as a CSV file and will contain all of the details for each survey response. If you apply any filters before exporting, the export will contain only the survey responses that match your filters.
In the pop-up, select Feedback submission dashboard data in current view to export all columns in the dashboard.
Select All available feedback submission dashboard data to export all feedback submission data.
Users with Super admin permissions can delete individual survey responses from the Responses tab. To delete a survey response, hover over the response and click Delete.
On the Analyze tab, view summaries and charts of your feedback metrics. The metrics on this tab will differ slightly between survey types.
The first report will show you an overview of your data.
For web surveys, you will see:
Surveyed: how many visitors were surveyed.
Please note: a value of N/A under Surveyed indicates that HubSpot was unable to register a view for a survey response. As a result, the contact may not display in the survey analytics. This can occur because the respondent was using for example, an ad blocker or had a browser extension installed that blocked our tracking code.
Responses: how many of the surveyed visitors responded.
Responses with comments: how many responses included comments.
For email surveys, you will see:
Sent: how many surveys were sent out.
Delivered: how many sent surveys were delivered to the recipient's inbox.
Opened: how many of the delivered surveys were opened.
Responses: how many recipients filled out the survey.
Responses with comments: how many survey responses included comments.
Each survey type also includes a set of visual reports.
Customer Loyalty (NPS) surveys will show:
Your NPS score: the percent of Promoters minus the percent of Detractors. On the NPS scale, a Promoter is a 9-10, Passive is a 7-8, and Detractor is a 0-6. This report calculates the score based on the final date of your selected timeframe.
How your customers are feeling: the percentage of people who are Promoters, Passive, and Detractors.
How your customers are feeling over time: your customer loyalty responses over the selected timeframe. This report calculates the score based on a running total of NPS submissions within the timeframe.
Customer Satisfaction (CSAT) surveys will show:
How satisfied your customers are: the percentage of customers who responded to the survey as happy, neutral, or unhappy.
How satisfied your customers are over time: your customer satisfaction survey responses over the selected timeframe.
Customer Support (CES) surveys will show:
How customers feel about your support experience: the percentage of customers who found your support experience, easy, neutral, or difficult.
How customers feel about your support experience over time: your customer support survey responses over the selected timeframe.
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