We are proud to present the BETA version of Enalyzer’s new reporting. We are looking forward to show our users what we have been working on the last couple of months. You can expect a cutting edge design and a whole new way of navigating. As said this is a BETA version, since we are still in the process of developing and testing. But there is a lot to be impressed by and we will like to invite you inside.
Share reports online with live data
What you see is what you get. The report you create in Enalyzer is identical to the one you share. Share your report as a link in emails, on web pages or on social medias such as Twitter or Facebook. You can even share a report based on a survey you haven’t launched yet. Maintain complete overview while results are coming in.
Choose your preferred graphs and “drag n’ drop” them in place. Your questions will be sorted automatically, so questions which are not supported cannot be added. Compare answers from different questions in just two easy steps.
Change your view of the report with one click. The new Enalyzer reporting will give you an easy overview – from a detailed one column view to a complete overview with up to eight columns. The settings of the maximum number of columns will show you as many graphs as your computer screen allows.
All of your reports in one place. Using the report library enables you to search and look through all your reports easily. You are able to sort on creation date, name, or latest edited report. When choosing a report this will provide access to a fluent menu where you can duplicate, change, and delete report
Control the most important functions in your reports. The report settings enable you to control which settings are available to you and the people you are sharing the report with. You can easily customize these functions – and your changes are shown directly on the user interface.
Add an introduction or comments to your report. The comments enable you to communicate with your readers. If you prefer a report with a personal touch you have the possibility to upload a picture of the author or to add the company logo to brand your company. This function can be turned on or off in the report settings.
In the report overview you find the roots of your report. You can collect and present data in a logical and easy way by creating sites and sections. The table of contents will help your readers to navigate in the report. This function can be disabled in the report settings.
Create filters to your report. Let readers see different variations of your report by adding filters. Create filters on age, gender, or any other question in your survey. This feature can be enabled or disabled in the report settings.
Latest reports and report title
Change between different reports or change the title of a specific report. To re-name the report or to view the five latest reports, simply click on the edit icon. It has never been easier to change between reports.
Created for tablets
Our new reporting is created for tablets. Feel the user friendly design and experience the innovative thinking of handling reports on tablets!
One click reports
One of the biggest improvement is our one-click-reporting. Without lifting a finger standard reports will be created on the basis of your survey. There is no difficult set-up, all information is sorted and you can start with what reporting is really about: Analysing your results.
Learn more about the new reporting
Enalyzer's new online reporting is a BETA version. This means that we are constantly improving and expanding the functionality and design. We want our users to influence the development with feedback and ideas throughout the process. You can contact us directly from the new reporting in Enalyzer. We also offer online webinars, which you can sign up for today. Sign up here.
Call us on +45 70107006 and book a personal demo.
The process behind developing at Enalyzer HQ
You find a description of Enalyzer’s work with the new reporting system by following this link.
Call us on phone number +45 70107006 and book a personal tour of the new reporting.