You can use shared data pages to share your survey results without giving people access to a survey in their account. See an example »
Shared data pages are great if you want to easily share your results with someone. If you want to create a customizable report and add additional context to your results, you can create a results dashboard.
Share the saved view selected in the Analyze Results section of your survey as a link. If you make visual changes to custom charts after you create a link, you’ll need to make a new shared data page link.
To create a shared data page:
From the Analyze Results section, you can access your shared data links by clicking the Shared Data icon. Once a shared data page is open, you can click Share Settings to make changes.
You can customize the following information:
|Send shared data pages so that Anyone with the link can view or limit access with Password protection.
|Edit the title that appears at the top of the shared data page. By default, this is your survey title.
|Write an introduction to describe and add context to the results in your shared data page. This appears under the title at the top of the page.
|Include text responses from open-ended questions in the shared data page.
|Share how responses have changed over time.
|Allow viewers to see how each respondent answered the survey.
|Hide SurveyMonkey branding at the bottom of your shared data page.
|Choose the www.surveymonkey.com domain or use a white label URL.
Viewers need a SurveyMonkey account to leave comments on a shared data page. When someone tries to leave a comment, they'll be prompted to sign in to their account.
You can create a link for your shared data page and share your survey results. Anyone can view this page, even if they don't have a SurveyMonkey account. If your survey is still open and collecting responses, the shared data page will update within a few minutes with new responses.
To share a link to your shared data page:
You can limit access to your shared data page by adding password protection or turning off sharing.