This article tells you how to use the participants table to:
- review details about your participants and their question responses
- include or exclude participants from your results
- segment results based on identifiers, URL tokens, and question responses.
The table gives you details about every participant who started your study, including identifiers, URL tokens, time taken, number of questions answered, and question responses.
Include or exclude participants from your results
You can remove participants from your results by moving the switch in the 'Include' column. If you are certain the participant responses won't be needed, you can delete them by clicking the trash can icon.
Participants are automatically marked as 'abandoned' when they don't complete the study. By default, these participants are not included in your results.
When you first look at your results, it's a good idea to review the data in this table to make sure participants meet your own standards as well. You might, for example, see that a participant completed the study in 30 seconds, and you know that if they took it seriously, it should've taken at least 10 minutes. Removing these participants will tighten up your results.
Segment results based on identifiers, URL tokens, and question responses
An effective approach to analyzing your study results might involve looking at the results of different demographics separately.
To segment and reload your results based on participant identifiers or URL tokens, search for the identifier or token, select the now-highlighted participants using the check box, and hit 'Apply' to reload your results. Or, you search and select other participants to include in the same group.
If your participants completed any questions that had pre-set answers (like multi-choice), you can segment your results based on their answers. Use the questionnaire filters and then reload your results.