LS 2.00+: Quotas - Showing "overflow" when limit has been reached

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5 years 1 month ago #87530 by spacejanitor
spacejanitor created the topic: LS 2.00+: Quotas - Showing "overflow" when limit has been reached
When I do surveys with clients, a lot of the time, they want to know where their respondents are terminating if they notice that a large percentage of them are not making it through the survey.

I implement termination questions and control quotas using LS's quotas feature, and set up the surveys quite similarly to how they are described here:

www.limesurvey.org/en/forum/can-i-do-thi...ce?limit=10&start=10

However, when setting a quota with limit 0 (a termination question) or really any type of quota, once that limit is reached, there is no simple way of knowing how many more users triggered that quota... I mean, there is no way to measure overflow.

Are there any plans to add a column like, "Overflow" to the quotas page in the future?

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5 years 1 month ago #87577 by tpartner
tpartner replied the topic: LS 2.00+: Quotas - Showing "overflow" when limit has been reached
Even if a respondent hits the quota limit (and has the survey terminated) there is a partial response. These partial responses can be used to count the "overflow".

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5 years 1 month ago #87590 by spacejanitor
spacejanitor replied the topic: LS 2.00+: Quotas - Showing "overflow" when limit has been reached

tpartner wrote: Even if a respondent hits the quota limit (and has the survey terminated) there is a partial response. These partial responses can be used to count the "overflow".


Ah, nice. But it doesn't track this anywhere in the GUI, does it? One would have to manually take a tally.

Even if it doesn't, at least the data is "there", which would make it an easy addition to the interface.

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