Delete or Include Incomplete Survey Responses as You See Fit

Polldaddy Blog

Today, we’re happy to announce an improvement to surveys and quizzes that gives you more control over your survey reports. Now, you can choose to include or delete incomplete survey and quiz responses as you see fit.

What is an incomplete response?

We consider a response incomplete when:

  • A participant submits data that doesn’t validate, such as an invalid email address.
  • A participant skips a mandatory field and then doesn’t complete the survey.
  • A participant abandons a multi-page survey before they’ve completed it.

You might choose to include these incomplete responses if they contain useful partial data or delete them entirely if you like.

Let’s walk through how the feature works using a survey as an example.

To view incomplete responses, hover over the title of your survey in your dashboard and click on View Results. Then, click on the Participants tab, to see a list of your survey’s…

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I Hate Christmas Music

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MORE DO IT (very nice) HEALING PRAYER. Try not to break it, if you can not send it, let me know … I know you chose well as twelve people, hopefully we can receive strength and Divine Light … This is a novena of Father Ignacio, which began on January 10, 2005 and still has not broken … when you receive it, pray a Hail Mary and make a special order … do not forget to work towards your dreams, as well, with you and with God everything is done much faster … “Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee, blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death, Amen “(Here make your wish). Please do not break this novena, send it to 12 people you think deserve Justice, Health, Peace, Love and Truth, but do not keep … Our Father who art in heaven, walking into my house and take all my worries, diseases, fears and please protect my parents, brothers, I (s) Child (s) my friends and my family, in the name of Jesus! Amen. If God is first in your life, stop what you’re doing and send!, So that all your contacts today to receive a blessing. No silence that God does not understand or he does not know sadness, no love and he tears not ignore values. Dear God Bless the hands that opens this post, also illuminates the eyes of those who read and full of Love and Blessings to whoever shares. Choose who give … Angels have learned these fighting something, say it is over, do not cut please these warned / or tonight two issues of your life for your relief will be arranged, tomorrow will be the best day at all, I leave 12 angels one for each month, you must give it to twelve people, including me, will reach you in twelve minutes tkmm good news ……

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Okay, before you accuse me of being a scrooge for writing a blog about how much I hate Christmas music (and I am totally about to write a blog about how much I hate Christmas music), let me preemptively gloss over a few exceptions to this pet peeve of mine. I love Carol of the Bells, for starters. Singing Handel’s Messiah under the direction of my high school chorus teacher, Pat Bonaker, is one of my fondest childhood memories, and joining with the congregation in Silent Night during the candlelight Christmas Eve service always makes me cry.

I don’t categorically hate Christmas music, but I hate most of what they play ad nauseam at shopping centers and on commercials during the last two months of the year. Perhaps most online shoppers make their purchases via computer to avoid lines and crowds, but I’m getting everyone’s gift…

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When Angry, Draw Guinea Pigs

Invisible Horse

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David Bennett at the Light Reading blog says that guinea pigs are ambassadors for world peace, and I believe him.

There’s a place I go when I’m angry, or upset; when I’m frightened, or confused, or when I just want everything to stop for a while. I grab a sketchbook and a pencil and head for the guinea-pig pen at the top of the park.

It’s a steep climb up the hill which also helps, because walking fast uphill is a good way to get things out of your head. Today I stomped up the path between the dark lime trees with the damp afternoon air cold on my face, breathing hard, head down, trying to empty my mind.

When events or circumstances overwhelm me, emotion takes over and I can’t think – or rather I can’t stop thinking, but only in the most chaotic and unhelpful way. A long…

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Adult Male

Nonlinear Navigations: Poetry and Prose

I’m a complex person, but
here goes
I promise
I’m not a serial killer.
I’m an introspective social
chameleon. I love
the good life. The screeching roar
of jet engines makes me
giddy. I’m happier
than I’ve ever been. I’m ravenous
for life and have razor-sharp teeth
at the plate. I am an open
book with sticky pages
and a good
read. I’m 99 pounds
of pure
dynamite. Adult

This is a found text poem using the first lines from men’s online dating profiles. The line breaks are mine, the text is copied directly from the profiles.


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Find the Beauty

“Ghost towns stud North Dakota, and this empty house is just one bone in a giant skeleton of abandoned human desire.”

A quote from a perfectly written article for National Geographic about North Dakota titled,
The Emptied Prairie” By Charles Bowden

I remember, as a little child, walking hand in hand with my father across fields of long prairie grass.  I was amazed by the dance created by the wind as it touched each blade of grass.  To this day, I can close my eyes and visualize the sight seen as we walked closer to an abandoned farmstead and the excitement noticed in my father’s eyes and heard in his voice. I learned from him that these abandoned properties are not a place of destruction, but a story of endless outcomes.

The trip to North Dakota was an incredible journey, one that I am happy to say, was…

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23 Things To Do Instead Of Getting Engaged Before You’re 23

Wander Onwards


As 2013 wraps up, I’ve been noticing more and more people getting engaged and/or married under the age of 23.

I get it.

It’s cold outside… you want to cuddle and talk about your feelings… life after graduation is a tough transition… so why not just cut to the chase and get married, right?  It’s hip. It’s cool. You get to wear clothing that wouldn’t normally be socially acceptable at the dive bar you frequent with the $5 beers.  Eff it. YOLO. YOMO! You only marry once…

Oh wait.

The divorce rate for young couples is more than twice the national average. Divorce is no longer a staple in a midlife crisis, but rather, something that SEVENTEEN Magazine should probably be printing on. Headlines could read,

“How to budget for your prom AND your wedding in the same year!”

“What’s HOT: Kids raising Kids.”

“Why your Mom doesn’t really…

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