How to use Filters in a Report

Filters are useful to group and single out respondents based on specific conditions. You may create interval filters to group respondents based on when they answered (e.g. “last year”), or value filters to group respondents based on what they’ve answered or certain characteristics as specified in respondent data.

After you have created the Filters you want to use in your report, go to your report, click on the desired question on the left side, and then open Series:

How to use Filters in a Report

You are then able to find your Filters in the different drop-down menus:

You are then able to find your Filters in the different drop-down menus

If you wish to use the Filters on other questions in your report, you can do this by clicking «Apply to other Questions» and choose the questions to apply it on. This is a big time-saving function:

Apply to other Questions

It´s also possible to use Filters to do comparisons. Click on the Add Series-button and choose the preferred analyze:

Click on the Add Series-button and choose the preferred analyze

If you click Add Comparison a new box will appear, where you can choose the filter to use in the comparison. If you want this comparison on other questions, click Apply to other questions.

Add Comparison

If you have several filters to compare, you can save time by choosing Add Batch Comparison. This will give you a list of all your filters, and you can select the ones to use in the comparison:

Add Batch Comparison

 

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