How-To

View and Export Form Responses

Created June 26 2014. Updated December 05 2016

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Question

How do I view my form responses? And can I export them?

Answer

To view and export your form responses, follow these steps:

  1. Open the **POWr Editor**
  2. In the Content section, click on View Form Responses.
  3. This will open the Form Response Dashboard
  4. To export form responses, select .CSV or .XLS (Excel) next to Download Response



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Note: Having trouble getting your Excel sheet to display your language in the correct format? Try this:

  • Download the responses as a CSV file instead of XLS.
  • Open Excel and click File > Import, and then select the CSV file you've downloaded.
  • Select "Delimited" and select a File Origin that makes the text legible to you (you might have to try a few of these).
  • Click next and click "Comma" as the separator.
  • Finish and add to your sheet.


Note: If the responses to any of your form questions start with a 0, Excel might try to remove the 0 from the data. To prevent this from happening, please follow these steps:


- Open Excel and click File -> Import
- Select "CSV File" in the first panel
- Select "Delimited" in the next panel
- Make sure "Comma" is checked in the next panel
- In the final panel, navigate to the column for which you are having this issue and click it. Then click "Text" under column data format.
- Click finish and the data should be added correctly.
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