Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93916 von MRFGR
MRFGR erstellte das Thema Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
Hi there

I hope you're well and I hope this make sense.

I need to be able to identfy users who sucessfully complete a survey and those who are screened out. If possible is there away of seeing a completion page and a not suitable page (perhap with different urls)?

Just so you know, the reason why I would like to do this is because we are linking this to another application, where we woud like to offer points for users who successfully complete a survey. We do not want to filter the results afterwards, is there a way of knowing immediately? i.e a successful live link and a screened out live link?

I hope this make sense.

Many thanks

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93918 von mdekker
mdekker antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
Check out the manual on quota, this is probably what you are looking for. If I remember correct, the completion status will be 'Q' if the survey was 'completed' due to quota.

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93921 von tfj
tfj antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
MRFGR:

I am not certain what you mean by "screened out," but if you mean users who do not complete the survey, I think I can help.

There could be two approaches, one using a SQL query (since I use MySQL) and one using the end URL and a PHP script.

1) SQL query: I use an SQL query to delete records that have been left incomplete for at least 5 hours and run the query every 3 hours, using a task scheduler. Here is an example of one of these queries:


DELETE
FROM
[Your survey table name]
where
(timestampdiff(hour, [Your survey table name].startdate, now()) >= 5)
AND
([Your survey table name].submitdate is null);


2) End URL and a PHP script:

Through the LimeSurvey End URL setting, you could pass the identifying information about the user to a PHP script that would populate a table immediately. The advantage of this approach would be that you would know right away who completed a survey by reviewing the populated table.

Not knowing the details of your survey, etc., you can find plenty of helpful hints about the End URL setting through the forums and through the LimeSurvey documentation.

Also not knowing your level of comfort with SQL scripts or PHP, the approaches above may not be helpful to you. I have found, though, that using SQL scripts and PHP to supplement LimeSurvey has brought to it a whole new level of possibilities. Others on this forum also have found JavaScript to be very useful.

tfj

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93923 von tfj
tfj antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
MRFGR:

Yes, mdekker's suggestion is a better one than mine, if it is what you meant by "screening out."

tfj

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93926 von holch
holch antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
@tfj: "Screening out" is quite a normal term ((in market research) for excluding respondents from the questionnaire because the do not match certain (screening) criteria.

E.g. if you only want to interview respondents between 18-60 years old, everyone older and younger will be "screened out".

@MRFGR: Yes, quota would be they right choice. You will need to set the quota to 0 (zero). Each quota has it's on "end page" and you can use a different end url for each of them.

I'm not a LimeSurvey GmbH member. I answer at the LimeSurvey forum in my spare time. No support via private message.
Some helpful links: Manual (EN) | Question Types | Workarounds

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93933 von tfj
tfj antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
Thanks, holch!

I jumped in too quickly to help . . .

tfj

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93934 von holch
holch antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
No problem. Better jumped in too quick or to often than never. ;-)

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93936 von MRFGR
MRFGR antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
Hi Guys

I just wanted to say a big thank you for all your help, I believe we have sorted it now! :)

I will be in touch if I have any further questions.

Thanks again!

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4 Jahre 4 Monate her #93940 von holch
holch antwortete auf das Thema: Identifying users who complete the survey and those who screen out!
Just remember that the quota will only have effect when the survey is active, in preview mode they will not be triggered, because the answers are not saved.

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