The New Analysis and Reports Feature in the Form Builder Plugin


We had discussed about how you can create and publish feedback forms using the Form Builder plugin in our last article. Today, we will see how the new Analysis and Reports feature works in the Form Builder plugin.

The main objective of this new feature of analyzing and extracting reports is the fact that at times, you might need to analyze the feedback to come to conclusion on the performance of any teacher. This is when you need the Analysis and reports which will help you do the required analysis and extract necessary reports.

How can you extract reports and do analysis of feedback forms?

For this, you need to go to ‘Manage forms’ in the ‘Forms’ section.



Choose the particular form you want. Once selected, it will take you to the particular form submission page.


You can get a preview of the particular form you want using the ‘Preview’ option. When you select ‘Consolidated report’, you go to the ‘Consolidated report’ page.


You get a consolidated report on each of the target along with all the categories under which the target is rated in the feedback form. Moreover, a detailed report on the weightage can also be obtained as shown in the screenshot above.

For analysis, select ‘Analysis’ and go to the page to get a detailed analysis for each of the target.


A detailed analysis as you can see from the screenshot above. Moreover, you can export the result of form submission in CSV format also!


There is something called ‘weightage’ which allows you to enter weight for the options available under each question in the feedback form. It will show the ‘weight’ or the amount of importance each option carry. Here, in the above screen, as you can see ‘weightage’ is mentioned as ‘wt’. You have to mention the weightage during the time of form creation.


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Weighted average = Σ(wt)i(n)i/Σ(n)i

Wt = Weightage

n = Number of submissions for the particular option

Σn = Total number of submissions for the questions





Average of weighted average = (Σ((wt)q*100)/(max*(wt)q))/nq

(wt)q = Weighted average of questions

nq = Number of questions

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