- A. Export Survey Response Data - How to receive the response data from a survey via email in CSV format.
- B. Fields Available in the Export - There are a few fields available in the CSV file that are not responses to question in your survey. The definitions are explained here.
- Click Survey tab.
- Click on the Response Count of the survey for which you'd like to export responses.
- Click Export all answers to CSV button. You can also select records to export by checking the box at the left and clicking Export selected answers to CSV button.
- Click OK.
- An email will be send to the email associated with the user in CSV format.
B. Fields Available in Export
- startDate - this is the timestamp taken from the device when the user clicks "New Job" upon starting a new job. If the job is saved, and edited later this value will not change.
- endDate - this is the timestamp taken from the device when the Job was last marked complete. If the Job was saved, and edited later this value will be updated.
- Date - this is the date taken from the device when the user clicks "New Job" upon starting a new job.
- gps x - for surveys collected with TaroWorks 2.26 and below, this was the longitude coordinate taken at the start of the survey.
- gps y - for surveys collected with TaroWorks 2.26 and below, this was the latitude coordinate taken at the end of the survey.
- Surveyor - this is the full name from the mobile user's contact record that was logged into the device.
When it is necessary to handle your survey response data offline, you can export the data from Salesforce. However, whenever possible leveraging the reports and dashboards within Salesforce allows you to analyze the latest and greatest information available from the field.