Compare rules let you choose two or more answer options from a single question and view them side-by-side. For example, if you include a question in your survey asking people what age they are, you can create a compare rule to view the survey results for each age range. This can help you understand how different age groups responded to questions in your survey.
You can create a compare rule using the following closed-ended question types: Multiple Choice, Checkboxes, Star Rating, Dropdown, Matrix/Rating Scale, Image Choice, or Ranking.
If you create a compare rule using a Matrix/Rating Scale question, you won't be able to combine or hide its answer choices.
To create a compare rule:
You can turn on statistical significance to automatically calculate when your results show differences that are statistically unlikely to be due to random chance.
|Question & Answer||Focus on people who answered a question with a specific answer choice.|
|A/B Test||If you used an A/B test in your survey, compare responses from people who saw each variable.|
|Collector||If you used multiple collectors, see a side-by-side comparison of how people from different collectors responded to your survey.|
|Time Period||Compare responses between date ranges.|
In the Rules section of the left sidebar, click the More icon (...) next to a rule to unapply, edit, rename, copy, or delete it.
A green check mark ✅ next to a rule means that the rule is active. Click the name of the rule to turn it on or off.