Create a Form, Survey, or Quiz using CCS OnlineSurvey application


Overview

CCS OnlineSurvey is an interactive data collecting tool engine. The first decision is to select between a form, survey or quiz to meet the data collection need. Following are their similarities and differences to facilitate making this decision.

 


Three Modes

Form: The most flexible, broadly applicable data collection tool.

Survey: Designed to collect data that can be aggregated and tallied. The survey mode is also useful for voting, especially when using the option to restrict submissions to one per System ID.

Quiz: Designed to be a learning tool for students or staff, displaying helpful comments on correct/incorrect responses and providing a “grade” based on the percent of correct answers.

Similarities:

· Data is collected from web pages with Labels requesting information and Fields to collect the user input.

· An Introduction and/or Instructions can be included at the start; and a Custom Confirmation Message can be presented at the end.

· Access can be either anonymous or secured. SSL/HTTPS protocol is used for all transactions.

  o Can require a network account login.

  o Can create a password to share with selected people.

· Branding choices include institution-specific or a simple color scheme that is institution-neutral.

· Availability can be controlled by a start date and end date or left open indefinitely.

· Owners of a form, survey or quiz are designated by the creator of the original. Owners can each make modifications as necessary and access the submissions.

Differences:

· The types of fields available (with some overlap)

· The presentation of the labels and fields

· The methods of aggregating, processing and distributing the collected data

Questions, Options, Fields and Labels

The body of the Form, Survey or Quiz is constructed by creating Questions, which include the Label and selecting the type of Field. When a multiple-choice question is chosen, Option labels must also be created for the individual radio buttons or checkboxes.

The initial ordering is stored as questions are created; however, they can be re-ordered later. The same is true for options. Questions and options can be added or deleted at any time – with one exception. Editing a survey is restricted during the timeframe the survey is open to keep submissions from being “orphaned” and to protect the integrity of the survey result set.

There is a maximum of 200 questions. Please don’t ever go even close to that maximum – have pity on your users!

Following is general information to help inform design decisions.

Types of Fields

There are seven types of fields, described in detail in the Questions Tab section. Only forms use all seven types. They are:

1. Multiple-choice; Select One (Radio Buttons)

2. Multiple-choice; Multiple Select (Checkboxes)

3. Multiple-choice; Select One (Drop-down List)

4. Fill-in; 50 characters

5. Fill-in; Unlimited text

6. No-Response (used for section headers)

7. Attach a File

Presentation Options

· Fill-in fields up to 50 characters may be arranged vertically (the default) or optionally arranged horizontally by selecting the appropriate radio button in the Questions Tab.

· Radio buttons and checkboxes may also be arranged horizontally or vertically.

· When vertical, there is only one label and field to a row. When horizontal, up to 4 or 5 fields with short labels may fit into a row.

· Quizzes present only one question at a time which must be answered before moving onto the next question.

Data Collection, Processing and Distribution

Collection

Forms

1. Data may be collected and stored in the OnlineSurvey database.

2. Data can also be emailed directly to the primary “owner” plus up to three additional email addresses.

3. A setting allows the user of a form to add a pre-determined number of recipients on the fly.

4. Both options can be enabled simultaneously: store data in the database and email the submissions.

5. Options for emailed results include returning the entire form:

· Introduction/Instructions, Labels and Fields producing a printable form

· Labels and Fields only to reduce the size of the email (especially when printing)

· Fields only for faster processing of a large quantity of submissions

Surveys: Data can only be stored in the database where the results are automatically aggregated to create a Tally.

Forms and Surveys: There is a Setting that when enabled limits submissions to one per System ID, which is useful for a vote. To work, the Access must be the secured login option.

Quizzes: Data can be stored in the database if the quizzes are not anonymous; or the results can be emailed as submitted, the only option for anonymous quizzes. The data stored can be viewed with a built-in viewer that shows the percentage correct versus incorrect as the “grade” for the quiz. Results can be viewed individually or as a group called a Tally. There is an optional setting to allow only one or multiple submissions per System ID.

Processing and Distribution:

When the option to store data in the database is enabled, form and survey submissions can be viewed individually and processed using a simple built-in form that includes the ability to track processed/unprocessed submissions and add a note. Individual submissions can be deleted.

Surveys have an aggregate viewer that displays the count for each option, plus the total number of individual submissions. Quizzes have their own viewer.

There is a rudimentary export page that can be used to copy and paste data into an Excel spreadsheet for further manipulation. Options are provided to limit the rows displayed and to expand the data to include so-called “meta-data” fields that are automatically collected, such as the date/time stamp and the logged in user (if not anonymous).

Step-by-Step Instructions

Step 1: Login to CCS Online Survey

Use your Network User Name in the UPN format and Password to login at: https://apps.spokane.edu/OnlineSurvey/Admin/

User the User Principal Name (UPN) format. Your UPN will have either the @ccs.spokane.edu, @scc.spokane.edu or the @sfcc.spokane.edu suffix.


Step 2: Settings Tab

From the Overview landing page, select either Form | Quiz | Survey from either the left-menu or the fourth tab.

 

Settings Common to all modes

Required fields are indicated with a red asterisk ( * )

By default, the page loads ready to add a new form, survey or quiz. Select an existing profile from the drop-down list to edit or delete.

 

*Owner Information: When new to OnlineSurvey, you must complete the required Owner Information fields. Thereafter, your name will display in the “Select an Owner” drop-down. Upon selection, the Owner Information is automatically completed for you.

*Title: The title identifies your form, survey or quiz within the OnlineSurvey application. It also displays in large header font when accessed by your users.

Copy: A feature of OnlineSurvey is the ability to copy an existing form, survey or quiz to provide a template for a new one. If you select “Yes” to the question “Allow others to copy” then it will be added to the list of templates available in the View/Copy Tab. Selecting “No” will keep it confidential.

Settings common to Forms and Surveys

Number Fields/Questions: By default labels are displayed without numbering. Selecting “Yes” will enable automatic numbering upon displaying your form. The No Response question type is not numbered.

 

Require identifying information: If selected, ctcLink ID, Name and Email Address are required fields added to the form, automatically populated upon login. Be sure to choose the secured login URL on the Schedule Tab.

 

Buttons

To add a new form, survey or quiz, click the Create Form (Survey or Quiz) button to create a new profile ID and save the settings.

To edit settings: Select the form, survey or quiz you wish to edit. Three buttons are enabled:

1. Update: Save the changes made on the Settings Tab.

2. Delete Submissions: Delete all of the submissions associated with this profile.

3. Delete All: Delete the profile, questions, and all of the submissions associated with this profile.


Custom submission confirmation message:
If left blank, confirmation emails contain the contents of the form submission to serve as a confirmation of receipt. In some cases, this behavior is not desirable, for example, when sensitive information has been solicited. Or you may wish to send a detailed follow-up message. Use this field to REPLACE the default behavior with your message.

Introduction/Purpose: an optional field to introduce the form’s purpose or explain something contained within the survey. You can include hyperlinks, headers, colors, different fonts using a WYSIWYG editor like Word for the web. The label “Introduction” identifies this section when displayed.

Instructions: an optional field to include detailed explanations of one or more questions or other information pertinent to completing the survey. The label “Instructions” identifies this section when displayed.

FORM – Settings specific to forms only

*Type: Select either Public or Secured Form. Your selection determines whether only form Owners can view the submissions; or whether others can access the submissions via a web page or processing form. “Public” form submissions are only viewable by employees of CCS using OnlineSurvey unless the URL to the viewing page is distributed via email or a web page to the community.

Email a copy of submission to user: If selected, an Email field is enabled on the form. A copy of the form submission is emailed using the address supplied by the user.

Store submissions in database: Unless selected, form submissions are emailed back to the Owner (see options below). When selected, the submissions are stored in the OnlineSurvey database for later viewing via a web page or the processing form. To store submissions in the database AND receive email, select "Store in Database" and enter your email address in Copy/Alternate field.

Email Options

Reply-to Address: Required by email servers, the default is the “Webmaster,” basically a generic email address. However, if you wish to get replies or questions from users of your form, select Use Owner Address.

Use alternate email address: Some workgroups have a shared mailbox they may wish to use to collect submissions. Use this field to substitute that address for the Primary Owner, the default option.

Copy of submission to additional email addresses: Up to three email recipients may be added in addition to the primary owner.

Other email notification: Select “Yes” and input a number of additional email fields to automatically add them to the form. A user may then choose additional recipients when completing the form.

 

Email Results Options: As mentioned in the overview, there are three formatting options for emailed submissions:

· Introduction/Instructions, Labels and Fields producing a printable form

· Labels and Fields only to reduce the size of the email (especially when printing)

· Fields only for faster processing of a large quantity of submissions

Custom submission confirmation message: If left blank, confirmation emails contain the contents of the form submission to serve as a confirmation of receipt. In some cases, this behavior is not desirable, for example, when sensitive information has been solicited. Or you may wish to send a detailed follow-up message. Use this field to REPLACE the default behavior with your message.

Introduction/Purpose: an optional field to introduce the form’s purpose or explain something contained within the form. You can include hyperlinks, headers, colors, different fonts using a WYSIWYG editor like Word for the web. The label “Introduction” identifies this section when displayed.

Instructions: an optional field to include detailed explanations of one or more fields or other information pertinent to completing the form. The label “Instructions” identifies this section when displayed.

Submit: When you are satisfied with your settings selections, click the Create Form button to create your profile.

SURVEY – Settings specific to Surveys only

*Type: Select either Public Opinion Poll or Secured Survey. Public Opinion Polls tally the results upon submission and display them to the user. An opportunity to comment on the survey is offered. Secured Surveys allow only Owners of the survey to view the results via the Tally page or the processing form.

Restrict to one submission per user:  This option only works when the Secured URL is selected for access to the survey. A user must login in order to lookup the System ID, which is used to track submissions. When a user attempts to access the survey or vote a second time, a message explains only one submission is allowed and the survey is not displayed, preventing a second submission.

Submit: When you are satisfied with your settings selections, click the Create Survey button to create your profile.

QUIZ – Settings specific to Quizzes only

Automatic numbering is not enabled for quizzes, but you can always include a number in your question, if desired.

Give student the option to withhold submission of quiz results and try again: Quizzes are, by default, restricted to one submission per SID. However, if you select to “give students the option”, then the quiz results are NOT submitted and the student may opt to re-take the quiz.

Display summary of quiz results, including answers and comments, or withhold? The default behavior is to display a summary of all questions including the answers given by the student and appropriate comments, depending on whether or not the answer was correct. If you wish to disable this behavior, select “Withhold the summary”.

Use alternate email address: The default option is to submit the results to the primary owner of the quiz. Use this field to substitute a different email address, such as a shared mailbox or personal email. Use the Alternate email address field to enter the address.

Reply-to Address: Required by email servers, the default is the “Webmaster,” basically a generic email address. However, if you wish to get replies or questions from users of your form, select Use Owner Address.

Custom submission confirmation message: If left blank, confirmation emails contain the contents of the form submission to serve as a confirmation of receipt. In some cases, this behavior is not desirable, for example, when sensitive information has been solicited. Or you may wish to send a detailed follow-up message. Use this field to REPLACE the default behavior with your message.

Submit: When you are satisfied with your settings selections, click the Create Quiz button to create your profile.

Step 3: Questions Tab

Settings for questions or fields vary depending upon whether a form, survey or quiz is selected. They also vary by the question type selected. The types and availability is described above. Following are the

Types of Fields and their Options

1. Multiple-Choice Radio Buttons – allow only one selection

  o Designate as a required field

  o The first option will be automatically selected; treat it as the default

  o If not required, the initial state is no selection

2. Multiple-Choice Checkboxes – allow multiple selections by checking appropriate boxes

3. Multiple-Choice Drop-down List – allows only one selection from an expandable list

  o Designate as a required field (cannot submit form without input)

4. Fill-in up to 50 characters – basic text box.

  o Choose between a date or telephone “mask” that forces the formatting of the input.

  o Designate a maximum length of input (and therefore size) of a text box.

  o Validate a date or System ID

  o Validate an email address

  o Designate as a required field (cannot submit form without input)

5. Fill-in unlimited – text area box

  o Designate a maximum length of input.

  o A character count-down displays to help the user gauge their input.

  o Designate as a required field (cannot submit form without input)

  o Designate fields as part of a horizontally displayed group (default is one per row)

6. No Response – text that is displayed as a header in proper sequence.

7. Attach a File – a browse button and text box to contain the file name that uploads the file upon submit. The file is attached to email submissions and/or saved to a location accessible via the processing form.

Field availability:

· Forms: all fields are available

· Surveys: types 1 through 6 are available

· Quizzes: types 1 through 3 and 6 are available.

Format editor: Click the ON button to enable a WYSIWYG editor for formatting the text of a question. Most questions are simple labels requiring no special formatting; therefore the default is plain text (OFF).

 

Screenshot with Format Editor turned on:

 

Number of Options: There is no upper limit on the number of options that can be created for a multiple-choice question; however at least one option is required.

Horizontal Field Group: when you select the Fill In – 50 Characters question type, you have the option of marking a set of fields to be displayed horizontally in one row instead of the default of one question per row. Select “Yes” for each field you want included in the horizontal group. Be sure to verify the formatting to ensure you are getting the desired result by viewing your form or survey.

Buttons

To add a new question: click the Save button when you are satisfied with the selected settings.

To edit or delete a question: click the Edit Mode button at the top of the form.

1. Select the form, survey or quiz containing the question you wish to edit.

2. Then select the question from the drop down box.

3. Click the Save Changes button to commit your edits.

4. To delete the question: click the Delete Question button to permanently remove the question and any options associated with it.

Step4: Options Tab

Option Groups

Selecting one of the three multiple-choice field type requires the creation of labels for the number of options indicated on the Questions Tab. Upon submitting the Questions Tab, you are automatically redirected to the Options Tab with the correct number of Options fields displayed. In addition to the label field, a field is available to order the options.

Align vertically or horizontally: To condense the length of a form or survey, choose horizontal alignment, which places the radio buttons or checkboxes and their labels in a single row. Four to six will fit in one row without wrapping to a second row. If the labels are short enough, this also works well for a scale option group. The default, vertical alignment, is generally easier to read and works best with options that have longer descriptive labels.

Submit: Click the Save button to submit the Options to the database.

Use Repeatable Option Group: When creating a series of multiple-choice questions where a repeating group of radio buttons or checkboxes is desired (for example, a scale ranging from low to medium to high) a setting is available to automatically create a Repeatable Option Group to assign to other multiple choice questions based on the current option group. This feature speeds up the construction task considerably.

 

How to create a repeatable option group

1. When redirect to the Options Tab from the Questions Tab where a multiple choice question type has been selected, the setting Create a repeatable option group becomes available.

  a. Select “Yes” if you want this option group to become the template for additional questions.

  b. Click the Save button to create the group. You are automatically redirected to the Questions Tab.

2. Now the Use Repeatable Option Group setting displays on the Questions Tab each time you select the multiple-choice question type for a new question.

  a. Be sure to click “Yes” each time you want to use this template; the default is “No”.

  b. Click the Save button to create your new question. The Option Group is created automatically without being redirected to the Options Tab. You are ready to create a new question.

How to create a new group in the same survey or form

1. Allow the default “No” for the Use Repeatable Option Group setting when saving the new question. You will be redirected to the Options Tab to create the new option group.

2. The setting Create a repeatable option group becomes available again; select “Yes” and click the Save button. You will be redirected to the Questions Tab.

3. The next time you select “Yes” to Use Repeatable Option Group the newest option group created is used as the template to create options for the new question.

4. Only one option group can be designated at a time.

Buttons

When adding new options to a question, the Save button is enabled, which commits your labels and their order to the database.

Add One Option: Clicking this button adds another row to create additional option label and order fields. When complete, click the Add Option button.

 

To edit options: Select the question to which the options belong. The options’ labels and their order fields are displayed. Simply make your edits and click the Save Changes button.

Delete One Option: Clicking this button displays a field where you can enter the order number of the Option you wish to delete. Click the Delete Option button to permanently remove it from the list of options for that question.

 

Step 5: View/Copy Tab

You may view the progress of your form, survey or quiz construction using this tab. While not exactly like the final rendered version, this view allows you to view alignment and formatting to catch any issues during construction.

You may also view other forms, surveys and quizzes to get ideas for your own by selecting them from the drop-down list. By default, all of the non-confidential profiles are listed in the drop-down list.

To narrow the profile list:

1. Select the desired type from the drop-down list.

2. Click the Apply Filter button next to it.

3. The drop-down list refreshes with only profiles of that type.

Copy a Profile: In some cases, this tab will be your Step 1: create a copy of an existing form, survey or quiz to serve as a prototype for one you wish to create now.

1. Click the Clone This Form (Survey or Quiz) button to open the form.

2. Select an Owner: by default, you are the selected owner for the intended copy; however, you may wish to assign someone else as the primary owner. Select the new owner from the list; or fill out the form if the person is not in the list.

3. Click the Copy Survey or Form button to initiate the action.

4. Click the Edit New Survey or Form button to be taken to the Settings tab with the new profile selected.

Step 5: Schedule Tab

In order to use this tab successfully, it’s necessary to understand the concepts behind the creation of a Tally. Every survey, form or quiz must have a Tally ID associated with it in order to publish it and to store the collected data from its use.

· When you create a Tally, its ID number is assigned to the data collected so that the data can be aggregated, and in the case of Surveys, the counts can be calculated for each question.

· A Tally can have a start date and end date that controls when input is accepted; or, as in the case of most forms, it can remain open indefinitely.

· The Tally ID, in association with the Profile ID, becomes part of the URL used to access your form, survey or quiz.

· You can create multiple Tallies to keep the result sets separate from different groups of people.

· You can re-use a Tally by deleting a result set that is no longer needed and collecting new submissions. This allows you to keep the same publishing URL.

To schedule your form, survey or quiz for the first time:

1. By default the form is ready to add a new schedule.

2. If your survey, form or quiz needs a restricted access timeframe, enter an Open Date and a Close Date (these dates are inclusive).

3. If you want to keep it open indefinitely, be sure to check the appropriate box. Any dates that appear in the Open/Close date fields will be ignored. These tallies will be displayed in the drop-down list by their Tally ID once created.

4. Click the Save button. When the screen refreshes, your publishing URL choices will be displayed. Copy-and-paste the URL from the webpage.

  a. Public URL: is anonymous - no authentication is required.

  b. Secure URL: Students and staff login with network username and password.

  c. Personal Information Authentication URL: System ID and Birthdate are required for authentication against official student records for students/alumni who do not have network accounts. (Not available for quizzes.)

  d. View Submissions: A URL is also shown that can be distributed to folks who need to view the results. This view is formatted for printing. (Not available for quizzes.)

 

To edit the Open/Close dates of a schedule:

1. Select the item from the drop-down list with the dates that you wish to edit. Or, if you are keeping your survey, form or quiz open indefinitely, select the Tally ID that matches the URL you are using.

2. Use the Date to Open and Date to Close fields to enter new dates as needed.

3. Or you can select or deselect the Keep Open Indefinitely checkbox, depending upon your need.

4. Click the Save Changes button.

5. Edit dates when you wish to re-use a Tally ID, or you wish to extend the time for data collection.

Buttons

Delete Submissions: When you click this button, all of the results associated with a Tally ID will be deleted. The Tally ID itself remains open for a new result set.

Delete Tally and Submissions: When you click this button, all of the results and the Tally ID will be permanently deleted.

 

Manage Submissions

You’ve created your form, survey or quiz; published or distributed the URL; users have submitted their input. Now what?

Email Submission: If your form is set to email submissions to the owner or you have created an anonymous quiz which can only submit via email, then there is nothing more OnlineSurvey can do for you. Your submissions will be received as users submit them, either to the primary owner’s email address or the alternate provided in the Settings Tab.

Store Submissions in Database: If you have elected to store the submissions in the database, then there are multiple options available for viewing and processing them. Click on the Manage Submissions left menu item. By default you are taken to the View Submissions Tab.

View Submissions Tab

Process Submissions: A simple processing form is available for viewing and tracking the progress of processing your submissions using your business procedures.

1. Click on the View Submissions button to access the “form view” which allows you to view each submission individually.

 

a. The timestamp for when the submission was processed appears first.

b. The Record Number can be used to delete the submission.

  i. Copy that number in the Record to Delete box at the bottom of the form.

  ii. Click the Delete button to permanently delete that single submission.

 

c. If the “Require Identifying Information” setting was selected, the name, email and System ID of the user is displayed.

d. Processed? Select “Yes” if you wish to track processed/unprocessed submissions. You can click the “Submit” button at the bottom of the form after each form is processed, or after multiple forms have been processed.

e. Comment: If you wish to record notes about the submission or anything else relating to your business processes, you can include it here.

f. The individual questions and the user responses follow for your viewing.

2. Only 100 submissions can be viewed at one time. If you have more than this number of submissions:

a. Mark the first 100 as “Processed?” by checking the “Yes” radio button.

b. Return to the View Submissions landing page by clicking your browser’s back button or by clicking the View Submissions tab again.

c. Check the box “Check to view processed and unprocessed forms.” The submissions which have been marked as “Processed” will not be included the next time you click the button “View Submissions”.

d. Or you can click on the Printable View button to view all of the results on a web page, but without the ability to use the processing form.

View or Print Submissions

Insert Page Break between submissions: When individual forms must be filed or handled separately, check this box to start a new form at the top of a new page.

Display processed and unprocessed forms: By default, only unprocessed forms are displayed. To change that behavior, check this box.

Printable View button: click this button to be taken to a web page formatted for printing displaying the results selected.

Note: for very large numbers of submissions, this page could take over a minute to load or time out if there are too many submissions.

· To prevent this from happening, you can delete submissions you no longer need.

· Or you can create a new Schedule/Tally to separate the submissions into more manageable groups as described in Step 5: Schedule Tab.

Import Data into Excel

Prepare data for running the Export function
To ensure accuracy, order questions sequentially with no missing or duplicate numbers. This is more likely to be an issue when many additions or deletions or re-ordering of questions has occurred in the past.

The export utility unfortunately does not create an Excel spreadsheet populated with your data. It does prepare the data for a simple copy-and-paste operation into an open Excel worksheet. Follow these steps to accomplish this:


  1. Click on the Exportable Data button. This opens a new window with your formatted data displayed without the website banner and footer.
  2. From the Edit menu of the browser window, click on Select All. If you cannot locate such a menu or selection, alternatively you can use the keyboard shortcut: CTRL + A
  3. Then click on COPY. In the alternative, use the keyboard shortcut: CTRL + C. NOTE: this can take a long time if there is a lot of data.
  4. Open Excel to a blank worksheet. From Excel's Edit menu, click on Paste Special; then choose HTML.

 

More Export Options

Use the More Export Options button to include additional information about the submissions. You can also limit the data returned to a subset.

User ID: Each time the export utility is run, it records the first User ID at the top and the last User ID at the bottom of the display. Input the last User ID in this field to limit the result set to submissions newer than this ID.

Include Processing Data: If you have used the processing form to mark submissions or record notes, check this box to include those fields in the output. In addition, the date/timestamp is included for when the submission was received.

Click the Get Data button to open the window with your export-ready data.

Delete All Submissions

You can delete the submissions collected under one Tally ID without deleting that ID. This allows you to clear out old data and "re-use" a published URL. 

1. Select your survey, form or quiz.

2. Select the correct schedule.

3. Click the Delete Submissions button to permanently delete all submissions associated with the selected Tally ID

Manage Owners

1. Click on the Manage Owners menu link to open the Manage Owners Tab.

2. Select the survey, form or quiz from the drop-down list.

To add a new owner:

1. Select an owner from the drop-down list; or complete the form. All people who use the OnlineSurvey engine are included in this list for selection.

2. Click the Save button.

To edit an owner’s information or to verify the owners:

1. Click the Edit Mode button at the top of the form.

2. Select the survey, form or quiz from the drop-down list.

3. Select the owner from the drop-down list. Only owners of the selected survey, form or quiz display in the drop-down list.

4. Edit as needed and click the Save Changes button.

5. Click the Delete Owner button to remove this person as an owner of the selected survey, form or quiz.

Primary Owner: Select “Yes” if this person should receive the emails generated by forms using this option. Quizzes taken anonymously also email submissions. The default is “No” which allows this person to edit the form, survey or quiz and view the secured submissions of any secured form or survey.

Owner Report Tab

The tab opens to a list of all the forms, surveys and quizzes for which you are an owner.

Use the Printable Page button to open a web page with the contents of the report formatted for printing.

Administer OnlineSurvey

1. Click on the Administer OnlineSurvey menu link.

2. Input your system ID and click the Login button.

3. If you are a member of the administrators group, you will be redirected to the Settings tab for administrators, which includes all of the settings for forms, surveys and quiz profiles on one tab. This tab is only available to administrators for the purpose of checking all of the settings in one glance.

Select a Form, Survey or Quiz: As an administrator, the drop-down lists throughout the application will contain all of the forms, surveys and quizzes in the system.

Owners Report: As an administrator, a drop-down list of Owners is displayed where you can view all of the profiles owned by the person selected from the list.


Article reviewed on 12/19/2016 by Kamori Cattadoris