When you receive numbers of form submissions, it can be a bit overwhelming, especially when you have lots of different forms. That is why PlatoForms came up with a new idea of analyzing submissions through a more versatile summary report.
Aside from the usual forms and workflows submissions, PlatoForms added a Summary tab for all the submissions. Users can now analyze the overall submissions in a more presented manner which is perfect specially for businesses who wants to track their customer or clients’ form submissions.
The new Summary Report tab is an overview of all your forms whether published or not. This feature shows the exact number of submissions for each form. You can filter the list by Status (Draft, Archived, or Published) or by date.
Ready to experience this new update? Here’s how it works:
Step 1: Login to your PlatoForms account.
Step 2: Go to Submissions at the right panel.
Step 3: Click on Summary tab at the top.
Step 4: Filter the list according to your preference.
You can also export this Summary Report as a CSV file so you can easily share or use it for custom reporting. Just
With this new update, you can now determine the number of submissions you received for each form. If you are expecting a specific number of submissions to receive, you can now at least monitor if the submissions are complete or if someone wasn’t able to submit.
This is the first time that PlatoForms added a Summary Report for your fillable PDF forms and web forms. If you think we can do better, feel free to send in your suggestions or feedback.