Go back to page
Project Basics
  • Getting Started!
    • Building CX Surveys
    • CX Metrics
      • CX Dashboard
        • CX Dashboard Settings
          • Analyze your drivers
            • Good to know
              • Getting Started!
                • Assessment Question types
                  • Score and more
                    • Quiz participation
                      • Get Results
                      • Introduction to Poll
                        • Build your Poll
                          • Launch your Poll
                            • Analyze your Poll
                              • Build Project
                                • Project Style
                                  • Launch Project
                                    • Analyze Project
                                      • Account Settings
                                        • Good to Know

                                          Tracking Test Invitations

                                          Sending Test Invitations invites to your team and your own inbox, too, helps you to verify that everything in your invitation and survey looks and functions correctly. Although responses to Test Invitations are not included in data collection for reporting, you can review the responses received through Test Invitations under Track.

                                          To review Test Invitation Responses:

                                          1. From All Projects, find your project, then select Track.
                                          2. In the top left corner of this section, click the distribution channel dropdown menu and select Test Invitation at the bottom.
                                          3. A hyperlink will appear on any email address with a Completed status. Click on this link to be redirected to the participant’s Individual Responses
                                          4. In addition to the responses, the Individual Responses will display the Email Address, Participation Date and Time, as well as the IP Address of the respondent.