Access all analytics and data collected by clicking on the numbers on your project in the overview or by finding "Analytics" in the dropdown.

Summary & Key Metrics

Your first analytics tab will show key metrics like visits, number of submissions, the completion rate, the average amount of minutes it took to complete your quiz & the average score. You can also see the development of visits and submissions over the last 30 days here.

Below you can also see a response summary, giving an aggregated overview on all your participant's answers and outcomes.

Detailed Metrics

This section will show you the funnel of your users and where they dropped out.

You can see how many percents of visits started interacting, created a partial or completed submissions and provided lead data.

Below the funnel you can browse the countries your users originated from as well as the websites that have your project embedded. The last section shows you the question funnel, a comprehensive overview of which question was answered how many times, even from users who did not complete.


This view enables you to browse the full participant data set. Click on a participant in the list on the left side to load all details. Here you can also find an option to remove single participants or reveal partial submissions.

Personal Data

In this tab you can sort, search and browse all personal data collected using the "Form Fields" element. Click the magnifying glass icon on the right side to open all details for the selected table row.

Export Data

You can export and download reports as Excel or CSV files from inside this tab. The Excel file contains detailed data about every participant: all questions and answers in a separate sheet (found in the second tab). The CSV only contains basic participant data like personal data and key metrics. The data export feature is only available for paid plans.

To collect personal data (names, e-mail address, newsletter opt-in, etc.) of your participants, make sure to place a contact info element in your project.

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