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Sometimes, your respondents may wish to have a copy of their survey responses. As the survey creator, there are two options you can use to make it easy for respondents to save a report of their responses.
When to use: After the user submits their responses, you want them to be redirected to a page with a summary report of their answers that they can print or save as a PDF.
This method changes the end-of-survey outcome so that instead of seeing a thank you message, the user is shown a report of their responses. This report can be printed or saved as a PDF. This can be used as an alternative to sending an email with the responses (method 2 below), or could be used in addition to emailing the responses.
In the Survey Termination section, click the Show Response Summary option. Then click Save Changes.
If you have a branching survey with multiple ending outcomes, you can also apply this option to individual End of Survey elements in the Survey Flow.
When to use: If your respondents may want a copy of their responses to your survey to be sent to their email address.
This method requires you to put a question on your survey collecting person’s email address. It then uses Email Triggers and Piped Text to send the person their responses on survey submission.
Note: The response report emailed to the respondent includes "invisible" questions, such as Timer and Meta Info questions. For "check-all-that-apply" questions, it lists only the answer choices that the user selected.