Thanks for posting. I'm not sure I quite understand what you're asking, but have you checked out the form responses tab in your form file? When you open a form up, you'll see four tabs along the top: Design, Test, Distribute, and View Responses. In the last tab, you'll see a data table containing all of your respondents and their answers to the form's questions. You can then filter the data to show only those respondents that chose a certain answer. I recommend looking at the following info page:
Please let me know if this isn't the answer to your question and I'll try again. Thanks!
Thanks for the response. My question is whether there's a way to tally the results without having to go through the query process (and then count up results ourselves).
For example, if I send a form out to 100 people, with 8 questions, and 4 possible answers for each question, does FormsCentral have the ability to tell me how many people answered X, Y, and Z to each question, or do I have to hand query each response?
Thanks for clarifying. I recommend using a function to count the number for you. For example, if you have a column for each of the ten questions, and you'd like to know how many people chose each response, you can use the COUNTIF function to determine how many people chose a certain answer; the formula would look like this: =COUNTIF(first-response-in-column:last-response-in-column,"what-you're-counting"). See screenshots below...
Using that formula for each query, you'll see that the relevant responses get automatically counted...
For your reference, here's a list of all of our supported formulas:
Let me know if you need clarification.
Ability to provide reports and summary charts is very high on our list of priorities. We are working hard to add this feature!
Glad to hear it -- if you add this feature, we will subscribe to the service.
When do you anticipate adding this feature? And how can I find out when you do?
We plan to add reporting capabilities over the next few months, however, I am unable to give you an exact date. Please follow us on Twitter (@Acrobatdotcom) and please visit our blog (http://blogs.adobe.com/acom/) for announcements on new features and releases.
We just added support for a summary report - it will show the data the way you requested. I wrote up a forum post on it here:
Give it a try and tell us what you think.