After you have finished your Vevox session you'll want to be able to get at all the data you've captured and you can do this in the Data section of your dashboard.
In this article we show you how you can:
- View a summary of some key stats in your session.
- Download an Excel report containing all your polling, survey and Q&A data.
- Download images of your poll and survey results.
- Reset your session.
Share your data report with others.
- Successfully interpret your data webinar
- Share live data with colleagues
1. Session summary
The session summary shows you some key stats about your session such as:
Total Participants - the total number of unique participants that joined your session since it started.
Active Participants - the total number of participants that have been partaking in answering polls, survey questions & submitting Q&A ideas, comments and liking those.
Interactions - the total number of all interactions from the participants including poll responses, Q&A likes & submissions as well as survey responses.
Participation rate - is a percentage of the Total participants and the Active participants showing the proportion of your audience that is engaging and partaking in the session.
Hover over the key stats to get a description of what is measured.
Below the summary report you can also find three tabs with visual presentation of the:
- Poll results
- Q&A results
- Survey results
Each option has a short summary relating to the specific section. Scroll down to see the data in the dashboard.
2. Excel Data Report
The same data is available in a downloadable Excel spreadsheet for further analysis.
To get your data report do the following:
Press 'Data' from the navigation menu.
Press the 'Download' button top right and select the 'Data report' option from the dropdown.
The report file is saved to the default download location on your computer.
In the report there are separate worksheets containing different data. They include:
Attendance - see who attended your meeting including what time they joined, what time they left.
Polling Summary - see a summary result of each poll.
Polling Results - see detailed breakdown of how each participant voted on each poll.
Survey Summary - see a summary result of each question in each survey.
Survey Results - see detailed breakdown of how each participant voted on each survey question.
Q&A - a summary of all messages sent including number of likes, if they were published or not, the time that they were sent, labels added, announcements as well as identification if it was turned on.
The report you generate will differ slightly depending on whether you have chosen to have the Identification settings set to 'Identified' or 'Anonymous' for your session. When Identification is set to 'Anonymous', no participant names will appear in the reporting.
3. Data Images
You will find a list of all the polls and results underneath the visual summary of the polling, Q&A and survey tabs.
In addition to downloading a spreadsheet of all your response data, you can download all your data images simultaneously. It will be saved to your downloads folder in a Zip file as separate PNG images. Your polls will be in your polls folder & all survey images in the survey folder. There will be no Q&A folder as the Q&A section contains no images. The session summary will appear separately in the Zip file, containing stats relating to all data in the session.
To download the result images of a poll or survey:
Select Data from the navigation menu and choose the 'Download' button top right.
From the dropdown select 'Data images'. A Zip file will start downloading to your default downloads folder. Be patient as this may take a while. Navigate to the relevant zip file.
A session summary will appear with a polls folder (and a survey folder if you also had surveys). All the individual PNG files can easily be shared or embedded in an external infographics report.
All polls will produce a result image if it has results. If the poll has no results or has not been asked to the audience, it will not appear in the image report.
If you do not need all the images but just one or two, click on the actual poll result underneath the session summary for a quick download.
The Q&A tab will also render a summary of the Q&A feedback. Below the summary, all the Q&A comments, ideas and feedback will be listed in order of most liked and voted for. Even the announcements will be listed. A detailed breakdown will also appear in the Excel data report when selecting the Q&A sheet.
4. Reset your session
Should you wish to clear all the data relating to this session, select the 'Reset Session' option at the top. All results will be removed, and you are ready to relaunch your session. This is a handy option if you did some test results that must be cleared before your session. Note that you cannot clear or delete individual poll answers.
Presenter, Pro, Enterprise or Institution accounts also have the option to reuse their sessions when they want to ask different audiences the same polling questions, surveys or quizzes. Each time they reset their session, a copy of the data report in Excel will be stored in the session history.
Resetting a session cannot be undone. But you can access the Excel data report in Session History when you upgrade
to a Presenter, Pro, Enterprise or Institution
Note that you cannot download the images of your polls in bulk from the session history after you have reseted your sessions. If you press this download option only the Excel data will be downloaded.
If you want the different sessions' data images you have to click on the three dots next to the relevant session and then select the 'Data images' for each individual session.
5. Share data report
At the top of the Data report is a share feature enabling you to share the data report with anyone you wish. If you share the data report, the person receiving the link will be able to view all the results in the data report. (This can even be shared when the session is still live or ongoing.)
Once you have selected the 'Share' button, you will be asked to turn on the sharing link creating a public link to the data report.
You can copy the link and share it with colleagues or clients alike. It is also possible to create a password as an extra security measure.
6. How to successfully interpret your data webinar
7. Sharing live data with colleagues