Create polished and professional PDF reports for your assessments with Assessment Generator.
We’re proud to announce that we’ve just released a significant enhancement for your assessment reports. It’s now super easy to add cover pages, headers/footers, and dynamic content to your PDF reports.
The materials you present to your clients and lead prospects are a reflection of you and your business. Available for Advanced and higher accounts, our new reporting capabilities let you put your best foot forward when presenting the customized results from your assessment.
New PDF Report Editor
When you opt to provide your respondents’ assessment results in a PDF report, you’ll now see a new “Report” tab in the assessment editor. There you can configure your cover page as well as the headers and footers that can appear on each subsequent page.
Click here to see one example of the type of PDF report you can create.
Add Merge Codes Easily
We’ve also added the ability to easily insert merge codes into your report.
Merge codes allow you to dynamically include the respondent’s name and email address, the current date, and page numbers in your PDF report.
Simply select a merge code from a dropdown menu in the content editor.
New Page Break Tool
Another useful new feature is the page break tool that we’ve added to the content editors. For example, you might add a page break at the beginning of each of your type descriptions to ensure that each starts on a new page.
Preview Your PDF Report
While you’re working on your assessment you can check your progress by clicking the new “Preview Report” button.
Clicking this button will show you a preview of your PDF report (while automatically populating your assessment with random responses to all of your questions).
Designing your assessment and PDF report is now so much easier!
Ready to get started?
If you have any questions about this or any other feature of Assessment Generator, we’re happy to help!
Cindy Sideris is a NY-based writer passionate about engagement marketing and an expert on online assessment strategy. She spent 8+ years writing and managing events at NYU, currently helps startups at 43North, and loves to tweet about tech and theater at https://twitter.com/cindys13.