Responses

Exporting responses From the moment you sign up for a Screendoor account, you own your data. We let you export all of your Screendoor data at any time, in open formats. To export responses, visit your project’s Responses page and, using the checkboxes on the left side...

Sometimes your respondents might not have access to your form: they’ll need to submit a version on paper, email the answers to you, or dictate it over the phone. Screendoor gives you an easy way to enter a response under that person’s name, without needing...

Screendoor provides you with a few tools to help out your respondents during the submission process. Learn more below. Allowing respondents to edit their submission If a respondent submits a form that contains a mistake or outdated information, you might receive a notification from Screendoor that says...

Editing a response yourself If you need to edit a response, Screendoor makes it easy to do so. On your project’s Responses page, click on a response in the table to view it. In the lower right-hand side of the page, click the “Edit response” link. Make...

It feels great when people are interested in your project. But if you receive too many responses for one person to manage, it can be tough to know where to start. Screendoor lightens your workload by letting you assign responses to your colleagues for review. From...

Screendoor offers powerful search tools to find the exact response you’re looking for. Using simple and advanced search If you simply want to search for a respondent’s name or a specific phrase, use the search bar in the upper left corner of the Responses page. For more complex...

Statuses are a helpful way to organize responses and keep track of their current state. For example, a job application on Screendoor might have an “Incoming” status for newly received applications, an “Interview” status for those worth following up on, and a “Rejected” status for...

To view responses to your project, click the Responses link in the project header. Sorting responses To sort the Responses table by a column in the table, just click on that column’s header. To reverse the sort order, click on the header again. Configuring the responses table You can configure...

Labels are a great way to organize responses. You might feel more comfortable thinking about them as “tags.” Responses can have multiple labels, and labels can be shared across responses. Adding and editing labels From your project’s Responses page, press the Plus button just above the list...

Project-wide notifications By default, the creator of a project gets notified for everything that happens on that project. If you are collaborating on a project you did not create, you are notified only if you are mentioned in a comment or assigned to a response. You can change your...

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