Once you’ve organized the thoughts your community has shared into themes using the Theme feature, you can begin exploring and sharing what people had to say about each of the big ideas in your exchange. There are two tools you can use for a visual comparison of your themes: Bars and Tiles.
Bars allows you to compare your themes based on the number of thoughts in each or by their average star rating via bar graph. This tool gives you a quick, easy understanding of which broad ideas were shared the most often and which resonated the most with your participants. You can toggle back and forth between number of thoughts and average star rating views by clicking the star and thought bubble icons in the top right-hand corner of the tiles themselves.
You can also switch between any and all the theme sets you have created for your exchange using the Themes drop-down menu at the top of the screen. Building multiple theme sets can be helpful in looking at your results in different ways (e.g. conducting a SWOT analysis or sorting thoughts based on a “high priority” and “low priority” theme).
If you asked more than one question, you can use the Question options below the graph to look at the bars for each question or select “All” to view the overall breakdown. You can even compare the size of themes in different questions using the Compare Questions option.
To see the individual thoughts that make up a theme, simply click on the bars themselves.
Click the Print button in the top right-hand corner (below the X) to create a shareable PDF report of the thoughts in that theme.