Release Notes of Survey Insights
Our release notes highlight the recent product improvements we’ve made, so you can easily stay up-to-date on what’s new.
Survey Insights is now connected to Survey Monkey so that the users can import information from surveys an analyse it.
A new global search for all tokens has been added to the Configuration tab. The relevant topic and category appear as well.
As a last step of the project creation a summarized information regarding the related costs appear.
The posts from your data are now sorted in the same order as in the upload file.
Tokens are now renamed to ‘terms’ so that they are more understandable from a user perspective.
Project name validation has been fixed.
The changes you made using the inline editor are now listed on the page.
The filter selection during the project creation has been removed. Thus, all columns (except the text columns) are added as filters when the project is created.
We added a new inline editing functionality where you can add new or remove existing topics right from the data tab by selecting the word you want to change. You can also highlight any other word to add it as a positive or negative sentiment. By selecting an existing sentiment word, you can also change its polarity. Please note that this feature is rolled out only to projects that are created after the release date at the moment.
We added a new option during project creation that lets you select from one of our pre-defined topic models. Choose this option and you’ll receive a more detailed categorization of the topics detected in your data set.
In this release, we have added a quota control mechanism that allows you to keep track of the available quota for your company and the quota consumed in your projects. You are now able to see a complete transaction history under your account details to understand the quota traffic. In case you run out of quota, please get in touch with us at email@example.com or contact your sales rep.
There is now a fourth step in the creation wizard that lets you select a column, which contains weight information of your data. The charts view on the explorer will then calculate the relative distribution of topics and sentiment based on the weighted input.