As an admin, you may want to view your pulse data grouped or filtered by different user attributes to discover insights about your people and organization.

Filtering through custom attributes

On the Results page, you can filter your results by any user attribute that you have uploaded to Lattice before the survey was launched. This includes default fields (gender, age, department, etc.) as well as custom fields (that you have customized and uploaded into Lattice), and various performance metrics. 

To filter through user attributes, follow the steps below: 

Step 1: Navigate to the Pulse Surveys Analytics, select the "Results" tab
Step 2:
Locate the filter bar at the top of the page
Step 3:
Click on the filter icon
Step 4: Select and apply the desired custom attributes


You can stack filters for different fields on top of each other to get to the exact cut of data that you want. For example, stacking Gender => Male and Department => Customer Success will show responses from all the men in the customer success department. 

Within one field, selecting multiple options (like selecting both Engineering and Design from the Department field) will show people who are in Engineering OR Design. 

Filtering through time ranges

Similar to the custom attributes filters, you can look at your results by filtering through a specific time range. You can select any of the preset time filters (30 days, 60 days, 365 days) or do you custom time range. 

To filter through time ranges, follow the steps below: 

Step 1: Navigate to the Pulse Surveys Analytics, select the "Results" tab
Step 2:
Locate and click on the Time Range bar
Step 3:
Select and apply the desired time range
For a custom time range, select the start date and end date from the calendar. Ensure to hit the "Apply" button. 

Comparing to previous time range. 

When it comes to using time as a filter, you can also compare leverage time to compare Pulse Results from a specific time range to the previous time range. You can select any of the preset or custom time filters and then compare it to the previous time. 

To compare to previous time period, follow the steps below: 

Step 1: Navigate to the Pulse Surveys Analytics, select the "Results" tab
Step 2:
Locate and set your Time Range bar
Step 3:
Click on Compare and select "Previous time period"
For a specific pulse survey, select the start date and end for that specific calendar. 

Exploring your results

When setting your filters, you can stack custom attribute filters and time filters, to better explore your survey results. After you set your filters, you can examine your results by question or by theme, in either a list format or heatmap view. You are able to either share a specific filter view or export your survey results into a CSV.

Questions? Feel free to reach out to our support team at [email protected]  or by clicking on the chat icon located on the bottom right of your screen.   

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