Pulse campaign reports will be available as soon as employees have responded to the pulse survey. The report breaks down responses in meaningful ways to give you the insights that matter, whilst maintaining anonymity for employees.

Breakdown of all responses

You will first see an overall breakdown of the responses, and if you hover over each colour the actual count or percentage will appear.

Along the top, you also have the option to view responses broken down by department, location, role, gender or holidays due.


Word tiles are used after the original question is answered to give more context or detail to an answer.

If you enabled word tiles in your pulse, you will see a breakdown of all word tiles used from the most popular to the least.

The colours beneath the word tile respond to the employee's original answer. The legend at the top of the screen will explain which colour relates to which response. For example, blue is ๐Ÿ™‚, green is ๐Ÿ˜€, orange is ๐Ÿ™ and red is ๐Ÿ˜ .

If you hover over the colour you can view what that group's original response was as a percentage of the word tile responses. For example, 18% of respondents have selected the flexible working tile, and 60% of those respondents answered with a blue ๐Ÿ™‚.


The sentiment section uses machine learning to give you an accurate understanding of the sentiment of your campaign's follow-up answers. So very quickly you can get a feel for the respondentโ€™s follow-up answers. This is good for a quick check of how positive or negative the overall responses were

Key phrases

The key phrases section pin-points common key phrases within the follow-up comments and displays them for you, ready to export.

You can also click into individual phrases to understand the detail.

Read the answers

Lastly, you can view the anonymised responses to the follow-up question. For example, on the left, you can read the follow-up response given by an employee gave who answered the first question with a red ๐Ÿ˜ .

You can also see the sentiment analysis of each response. Helping you to quickly locate specific sentiment responses.

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