Generate an example report page before you launch your survey for a in-depth preview.
Want to test how your survey results might look before collecting real respondents? Use Artificial Response to generate an example report with randomly generated "faux" data. Dig into your data analysis in advance of launching your survey and make sure you'll get what you want from your data based on your survey design. You can even set up custom reports or virtual questions in advance and export data and reports using Artificial Responses. When you're done testing and launch your survey, the Artificial Responses disappear, but your report structure will remain.
How to Activate
To access scroll to the very top of your Survey Editor - the page where you are building your survey draft.
Click on the gear icon to open the advanced settings menu.
Click on the "Generate Artificial Response" button.
Note: if you have any validations on your survey - errors or limits that wouldn't allow you to launch, you will not be able to populate Artificial Responses. You will need to clear the validations to proceed.
Once you click on the button to Generate Artificial Responses, the platform will start building a results page, then a button to open the report page will appear.
Click on this button to open the results page with artificially generated data. This report page has the same functionality of our normal data reporting analysis. Create reports, filter questions, answers and traits, create Virtual Questions, and more! You can even share this "faux" results page with your team!
To adjust the total number of completes in your Artificial Response report click on the "Print" icon and adjust the slider. Then click the generate button. This will allow you to increase or decrease the total number of artificial responses.
When you launch your survey this report page will keep it's structure and replace the artificial data with real data as the survey fulfills.