The problem with this “versatility” is that filters as we know them, would not work. So if i want to know what answer i got for section 4 is not a single “feedback” but it could be “sub-feedbacks” too. This works for google because this items are some sort of variant of json (not CSV but) offer no reporting.
I’m eager to improve Third Party Audits but i dont want to over complicate things too much. My questions:
1/ Would you like to see the “questionnaire” to be “more dynamic” ? If yes, how so?
2/ We have logged other features for this module (feedback to be single select, etc) - what other things you need?
I’ve reviewed the trainings and have started testing the feature. Thanks for the work launching this.
I am still unsure/confused about one aspect. Here’s an example:
I need to run a campaign to collect responses to questions from 15 vendors about something (e.g. data security, SOC reviews, GDPR, whatever). I create my questionnaire and upload it to eramba. How do I send this questionnaire out to the 15 vendor contacts so they can each respond? How do I review and analyse the responses and findings for this campaign.
It appears I must duplicate my questionnaire 15 times and manually update each one to customize it to the vendor?
Next week I’ll have a whole new campaign (and set of questions) to start for a different set of vendors.
I appreciate clarification on how this is intended to work. Based on my reading of other forum posts, I’m asking a similar question that was asked about the old functionality:
Ah. I couldn’t figure out what was meant by “clone”. This is rather unfortunate, as it makes the management of multiple campaigns and the results less cohesive. It is rare that I want to question just one person/company. More often I need to question multiple, and managing them as individual questionnaires (even if I can clone the questionnaire as you described) is going to be time consuming.
Can this be a feature request for future development?