Inquisium Glossary

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Account Email Address - Once added in Admin, these are the only email addresses you can select for the Author's Email or as the From Email Address in your survey emails.
 
Advanced Filters - Used to refine reports, narrow recipients, or limit what someone can do depending on whether specific criteria are met.
 
Author - The person managing the survey. Their name is added when creating a survey and can be modified in the Settings tab. It also appears as the default From Name.
 
Anonymous Survey - A type of survey that does not track or display contact information. Instead a 7-10 digit response number will appear in reports.

 
Answer Import - Adds survey responses in bulk through a spreadsheet you upload.
 
 
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Contact - A record in your Address Book that represents an individual. The data stored within these records includes personal information and various reports to track activity. You can import contacts in bulk, edit, merge, or delete their records, or categorize them in contact groups.
 
Contact Group - These are categories you create to manage multiple people in your Address Book at the same time.
 
Contact Profile - A section of the survey where your respondent enters or verifies their contact info, which automatically updates their contact record within the Address Book. 

 
Custom Fields - Inquisium gives you the ability to collect and store a lot of data with standard fields. But eventually you may need to collect information that is unique to your organization. Using custom fields, you can add your own text entry boxes, download menus, or radio buttons to contacts and surveys.
 
Custom URL - Your survey's web address might look something like this: www.cvent.com/mcqsf. But you can upgrade to a custom URL and pick any name you want before the ".cvent" so it looks like this: YourWebsite.cvent.com. If you want to remove the ".cvent" entirely, purchase a private domain.
 
 
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Data Tag - Like the mail merge of old, data tags allow you to quickly personalize mass communication. When added in the HTML Editor, they’ll look like letters and symbols in brackets, but, when a contact opens an email or page, the relevant info will pull in from Cvent and the content will dynamically change. For example, “{[C-FIRST NAME]} would become James, Rachel, or Carlos. There are over 100 data tags available in Inquisium, and, if none of those apply, you can also create your own.
 
Dashboard - A page that highlights your data in the form of charts, graphs, maps, counts, or trends. Once set up, the dashboard can be published to your account's portal
 
 
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Email Alerts - Notifies you and other internal users when something happens with your survey.
 
 
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From Address - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from the email address selected from the From Name dropdown. Don't see the From Email Address you need? Add it in Admin.
 
From Name - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from whoever you added in the From Name field. By default, this field has the {[S-AUTHOR FIRST NAME]} {[S-AUTHOR LAST NAME]} data tags, which pull in the survey author's name from the Settings tab.
 
 
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Invitation Forwarding - When enabled, this feature lets respondents enter the names and email addresses of people they think would be interested in taking the survey. Whoever they add will immediately receive the invitation, growing your contact list and increasing responses without any effort on your part. You can also limit the number of invitations one respondent can send.   
 
 
K
 
Known Survey - A type of survey that tracks contact information and, if you choose, displays it throughout. When they update their contact info, their contact record in the Address Book will also be updated. 

 
 
M
 
My Response Page - A optional page of the survey that allows respondents to review their answers prior to finishing the survey.
 
 
O
 
Open Rate - The percentage of contacts who opened an email. If you send 100 emails and 28 recipients open them, the open rate would be 28% (which also happens to be the average open rate for emails sent through Cvent). To find the open rate, run the Email Rates by Email report and click the name of an email to see the details for each one. Keep in mind, these rates aren't 100% accurate.
 
 
P
 
Parked Report - Parking a report posts it online and generates a link that you can send to anyone who needs to see it, even those without a Cvent login. Every time they access the report, it refreshes to show the latest data. You can also password-protect your parked reports or limit access by user.
 
Portals - A private website that allows your dashboards and reports to be shared with non-Cvent users. Every time someone accesses a portal, it refreshes to show the latest data. 

 
Presentations - A visual of your survey's data. The questions and answers can be filtered and displayed in charts, tables, or both.
 
 
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Quotas - Allows you to segment your respondents into groups that fit a certain criteria. Those who do not qualify for a group will be marked as disqualified. Using a third-party to accomplish this? Use the panel management feature instead.
 
 
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Respondent Status - Each status (No Response, Visited, Partial Response, and Complete Response) is designed to help you understand where a respondent is in the survey process.
 
 
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Source ID - A unique personal identifier for respondents, such as their employee number, that allows them to access and respond to your survey without using an email address.
 
Survey Status - Determines what you and respondents can and cannot do. A survey can have one of the following statuses: Pending, Test Status, Active, Closed, and Archived.
 


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Targeted List - A set of contacts and the emails that will be sent to them before, during, and after a survey. Multiple targeted lists let you personalize communication with every segment of your audience, customizing emails relevant to each and scheduling their delivery at the time that makes the most sense.
 
Transaction ID - A unique personal identifier that a respondent may use when responding to a transactional survey. You will have the option to make this required, and the ID links the data with the correct transaction if a respondent enters multiple responses.
 
Text Analysis - Displays a visual representation of trends in how people are responding for up to five open-ended questions.
 

 
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User - A user is anyone with Cvent log in credentials. They can be assigned roles to limit what they can see or do in the account.  
 
User Group - Sets of users that make toggling visibility more efficient. For example, if you're determining who can view a particular report or document, rather than checking the boxes for each individual user, you can select a single user group and grant access to many users at once
 
User Role - A set of permissions that determine which features a user can access in Cvent. For example, you could create a role for Email Users—people who can create and send emails but cannot create surveys. Every user must have one, and only one, user role.
 
 
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Weblink - These are the URLs for each page of your survey. Access them in the Weblinks section or create your own. To make your links more readable, consider a private domain or custom URL.

 

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A
 
Account Email Address - Once added in Admin, these are the only email addresses you can select for the Author's Email or as the From Email Address in your survey emails.
 
Advanced Filters - Used to refine reports, narrow recipients, or limit what someone can do depending on whether specific criteria are met.
 
Author - The person managing the survey. Their name is added when creating a survey and can be modified in the Settings tab. It also appears as the default From Name.
 
Anonymous Survey - A type of survey that does not track or display contact information. Instead a 7-10 digit response number will appear in reports.

 
Answer Import - Adds survey responses in bulk through a spreadsheet you upload.
 
 
C
 
Contact - A record in your Address Book that represents an individual. The data stored within these records includes personal information and various reports to track activity. You can import contacts in bulk, edit, merge, or delete their records, or categorize them in contact groups.
 
Contact Group - These are categories you create to manage multiple people in your Address Book at the same time.
 
Contact Profile - A section of the survey where your respondent enters or verifies their contact info, which automatically updates their contact record within the Address Book. 

 
Custom Fields - Inquisium gives you the ability to collect and store a lot of data with standard fields. But eventually you may need to collect information that is unique to your organization. Using custom fields, you can add your own text entry boxes, download menus, or radio buttons to contacts and surveys.
 
Custom URL - Your survey's web address might look something like this: www.cvent.com/mcqsf. But you can upgrade to a custom URL and pick any name you want before the ".cvent" so it looks like this: YourWebsite.cvent.com. If you want to remove the ".cvent" entirely, purchase a private domain.
 
 
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Data Tag - Like the mail merge of old, data tags allow you to quickly personalize mass communication. When added in the HTML Editor, they’ll look like letters and symbols in brackets, but, when a contact opens an email or page, the relevant info will pull in from Cvent and the content will dynamically change. For example, “{[C-FIRST NAME]} would become James, Rachel, or Carlos. There are over 100 data tags available in Inquisium, and, if none of those apply, you can also create your own.
 
Dashboard - A page that highlights your data in the form of charts, graphs, maps, counts, or trends. Once set up, the dashboard can be published to your account's portal
 
 
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Email Alerts - Notifies you and other internal users when something happens with your survey.
 
 
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From Address - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from the email address selected from the From Name dropdown. Don't see the From Email Address you need? Add it in Admin.
 
From Name - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from whoever you added in the From Name field. By default, this field has the {[S-AUTHOR FIRST NAME]} {[S-AUTHOR LAST NAME]} data tags, which pull in the survey author's name from the Settings tab.
 
 
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Invitation Forwarding - When enabled, this feature lets respondents enter the names and email addresses of people they think would be interested in taking the survey. Whoever they add will immediately receive the invitation, growing your contact list and increasing responses without any effort on your part. You can also limit the number of invitations one respondent can send.   
 
 
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Known Survey - A type of survey that tracks contact information and, if you choose, displays it throughout. When they update their contact info, their contact record in the Address Book will also be updated. 

 
 
M
 
My Response Page - A optional page of the survey that allows respondents to review their answers prior to finishing the survey.
 
 
O
 
Open Rate - The percentage of contacts who opened an email. If you send 100 emails and 28 recipients open them, the open rate would be 28% (which also happens to be the average open rate for emails sent through Cvent). To find the open rate, run the Email Rates by Email report and click the name of an email to see the details for each one. Keep in mind, these rates aren't 100% accurate.
 
 
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Parked Report - Parking a report posts it online and generates a link that you can send to anyone who needs to see it, even those without a Cvent login. Every time they access the report, it refreshes to show the latest data. You can also password-protect your parked reports or limit access by user.
 
Portals - A private website that allows your dashboards and reports to be shared with non-Cvent users. Every time someone accesses a portal, it refreshes to show the latest data. 

 
Presentations - A visual of your survey's data. The questions and answers can be filtered and displayed in charts, tables, or both.
 
 
Q
 
Quotas - Allows you to segment your respondents into groups that fit a certain criteria. Those who do not qualify for a group will be marked as disqualified. Using a third-party to accomplish this? Use the panel management feature instead.
 
 
R

Respondent Status - Each status (No Response, Visited, Partial Response, and Complete Response) is designed to help you understand where a respondent is in the survey process.
 
 
S
 
Source ID - A unique personal identifier for respondents, such as their employee number, that allows them to access and respond to your survey without using an email address.
 
Survey Status - Determines what you and respondents can and cannot do. A survey can have one of the following statuses: Pending, Test Status, Active, Closed, and Archived.
 


T
 
Targeted List - A set of contacts and the emails that will be sent to them before, during, and after a survey. Multiple targeted lists let you personalize communication with every segment of your audience, customizing emails relevant to each and scheduling their delivery at the time that makes the most sense.
 
Transaction ID - A unique personal identifier that a respondent may use when responding to a transactional survey. You will have the option to make this required, and the ID links the data with the correct transaction if a respondent enters multiple responses.
 
Text Analysis - Displays a visual representation of trends in how people are responding for up to five open-ended questions.
 

 
U
 
User - A user is anyone with Cvent log in credentials. They can be assigned roles to limit what they can see or do in the account.  
 
User Group - Sets of users that make toggling visibility more efficient. For example, if you're determining who can view a particular report or document, rather than checking the boxes for each individual user, you can select a single user group and grant access to many users at once
 
User Role - A set of permissions that determine which features a user can access in Cvent. For example, you could create a role for Email Users—people who can create and send emails but cannot create surveys. Every user must have one, and only one, user role.
 
 
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Weblink - These are the URLs for each page of your survey. Access them in the Weblinks section or create your own. To make your links more readable, consider a private domain or custom URL.

 

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A
 
Account Email Address - Once added in Admin, these are the only email addresses you can select for the Author's Email or as the From Email Address in your survey emails.
 
Advanced Filters - Used to refine reports, narrow recipients, or limit what someone can do depending on whether specific criteria are met.
 
Author - The person managing the survey. Their name is added when creating a survey and can be modified in the Settings tab. It also appears as the default From Name.
 
Anonymous Survey - A type of survey that does not track or display contact information. Instead a 7-10 digit response number will appear in reports.

 
Answer Import - Adds survey responses in bulk through a spreadsheet you upload.
 
 
C
 
Contact - A record in your Address Book that represents an individual. The data stored within these records includes personal information and various reports to track activity. You can import contacts in bulk, edit, merge, or delete their records, or categorize them in contact groups.
 
Contact Group - These are categories you create to manage multiple people in your Address Book at the same time.
 
Contact Profile - A section of the survey where your respondent enters or verifies their contact info, which automatically updates their contact record within the Address Book. 

 
Custom Fields - Inquisium gives you the ability to collect and store a lot of data with standard fields. But eventually you may need to collect information that is unique to your organization. Using custom fields, you can add your own text entry boxes, download menus, or radio buttons to contacts and surveys.
 
Custom URL - Your survey's web address might look something like this: www.cvent.com/mcqsf. But you can upgrade to a custom URL and pick any name you want before the ".cvent" so it looks like this: YourWebsite.cvent.com. If you want to remove the ".cvent" entirely, purchase a private domain.
 
 
D
 
Data Tag - Like the mail merge of old, data tags allow you to quickly personalize mass communication. When added in the HTML Editor, they’ll look like letters and symbols in brackets, but, when a contact opens an email or page, the relevant info will pull in from Cvent and the content will dynamically change. For example, “{[C-FIRST NAME]} would become James, Rachel, or Carlos. There are over 100 data tags available in Inquisium, and, if none of those apply, you can also create your own.
 
Dashboard - A page that highlights your data in the form of charts, graphs, maps, counts, or trends. Once set up, the dashboard can be published to your account's portal
 
 
E
 
Email Alerts - Notifies you and other internal users when something happens with your survey.
 
 
F
 
From Address - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from the email address selected from the From Name dropdown. Don't see the From Email Address you need? Add it in Admin.
 
From Name - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from whoever you added in the From Name field. By default, this field has the {[S-AUTHOR FIRST NAME]} {[S-AUTHOR LAST NAME]} data tags, which pull in the survey author's name from the Settings tab.
 
 
I
 
Invitation Forwarding - When enabled, this feature lets respondents enter the names and email addresses of people they think would be interested in taking the survey. Whoever they add will immediately receive the invitation, growing your contact list and increasing responses without any effort on your part. You can also limit the number of invitations one respondent can send.   
 
 
K
 
Known Survey - A type of survey that tracks contact information and, if you choose, displays it throughout. When they update their contact info, their contact record in the Address Book will also be updated. 

 
 
M
 
My Response Page - A optional page of the survey that allows respondents to review their answers prior to finishing the survey.
 
 
O
 
Open Rate - The percentage of contacts who opened an email. If you send 100 emails and 28 recipients open them, the open rate would be 28% (which also happens to be the average open rate for emails sent through Cvent). To find the open rate, run the Email Rates by Email report and click the name of an email to see the details for each one. Keep in mind, these rates aren't 100% accurate.
 
 
P
 
Parked Report - Parking a report posts it online and generates a link that you can send to anyone who needs to see it, even those without a Cvent login. Every time they access the report, it refreshes to show the latest data. You can also password-protect your parked reports or limit access by user.
 
Portals - A private website that allows your dashboards and reports to be shared with non-Cvent users. Every time someone accesses a portal, it refreshes to show the latest data. 

 
Presentations - A visual of your survey's data. The questions and answers can be filtered and displayed in charts, tables, or both.
 
 
Q
 
Quotas - Allows you to segment your respondents into groups that fit a certain criteria. Those who do not qualify for a group will be marked as disqualified. Using a third-party to accomplish this? Use the panel management feature instead.
 
 
R

Respondent Status - Each status (No Response, Visited, Partial Response, and Complete Response) is designed to help you understand where a respondent is in the survey process.
 
 
S
 
Source ID - A unique personal identifier for respondents, such as their employee number, that allows them to access and respond to your survey without using an email address.
 
Survey Status - Determines what you and respondents can and cannot do. A survey can have one of the following statuses: Pending, Test Status, Active, Closed, and Archived.
 


T
 
Targeted List - A set of contacts and the emails that will be sent to them before, during, and after a survey. Multiple targeted lists let you personalize communication with every segment of your audience, customizing emails relevant to each and scheduling their delivery at the time that makes the most sense.
 
Transaction ID - A unique personal identifier that a respondent may use when responding to a transactional survey. You will have the option to make this required, and the ID links the data with the correct transaction if a respondent enters multiple responses.
 
Text Analysis - Displays a visual representation of trends in how people are responding for up to five open-ended questions.
 

 
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User - A user is anyone with Cvent log in credentials. They can be assigned roles to limit what they can see or do in the account.  
 
User Group - Sets of users that make toggling visibility more efficient. For example, if you're determining who can view a particular report or document, rather than checking the boxes for each individual user, you can select a single user group and grant access to many users at once
 
User Role - A set of permissions that determine which features a user can access in Cvent. For example, you could create a role for Email Users—people who can create and send emails but cannot create surveys. Every user must have one, and only one, user role.
 
 
W
 
Weblink - These are the URLs for each page of your survey. Access them in the Weblinks section or create your own. To make your links more readable, consider a private domain or custom URL.

 

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A
 
Account Email Address - Once added in Admin, these are the only email addresses you can select for the Author's Email or as the From Email Address in your survey emails.
 
Advanced Filters - Used to refine reports, narrow recipients, or limit what someone can do depending on whether specific criteria are met.
 
Author - The person managing the survey. Their name is added when creating a survey and can be modified in the Settings tab. It also appears as the default From Name.
 
Anonymous Survey - A type of survey that does not track or display contact information. Instead a 7-10 digit response number will appear in reports.

 
Answer Import - Adds survey responses in bulk through a spreadsheet you upload.
 
 
C
 
Contact - A record in your Address Book that represents an individual. The data stored within these records includes personal information and various reports to track activity. You can import contacts in bulk, edit, merge, or delete their records, or categorize them in contact groups.
 
Contact Group - These are categories you create to manage multiple people in your Address Book at the same time.
 
Contact Profile - A section of the survey where your respondent enters or verifies their contact info, which automatically updates their contact record within the Address Book. 

 
Custom Fields - Inquisium gives you the ability to collect and store a lot of data with standard fields. But eventually you may need to collect information that is unique to your organization. Using custom fields, you can add your own text entry boxes, download menus, or radio buttons to contacts and surveys.
 
Custom URL - Your survey's web address might look something like this: www.cvent.com/mcqsf. But you can upgrade to a custom URL and pick any name you want before the ".cvent" so it looks like this: YourWebsite.cvent.com. If you want to remove the ".cvent" entirely, purchase a private domain.
 
 
D
 
Data Tag - Like the mail merge of old, data tags allow you to quickly personalize mass communication. When added in the HTML Editor, they’ll look like letters and symbols in brackets, but, when a contact opens an email or page, the relevant info will pull in from Cvent and the content will dynamically change. For example, “{[C-FIRST NAME]} would become James, Rachel, or Carlos. There are over 100 data tags available in Inquisium, and, if none of those apply, you can also create your own.
 
Dashboard - A page that highlights your data in the form of charts, graphs, maps, counts, or trends. Once set up, the dashboard can be published to your account's portal
 
 
E
 
Email Alerts - Notifies you and other internal users when something happens with your survey.
 
 
F
 
From Address - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from the email address selected from the From Name dropdown. Don't see the From Email Address you need? Add it in Admin.
 
From Name - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from whoever you added in the From Name field. By default, this field has the {[S-AUTHOR FIRST NAME]} {[S-AUTHOR LAST NAME]} data tags, which pull in the survey author's name from the Settings tab.
 
 
I
 
Invitation Forwarding - When enabled, this feature lets respondents enter the names and email addresses of people they think would be interested in taking the survey. Whoever they add will immediately receive the invitation, growing your contact list and increasing responses without any effort on your part. You can also limit the number of invitations one respondent can send.   
 
 
K
 
Known Survey - A type of survey that tracks contact information and, if you choose, displays it throughout. When they update their contact info, their contact record in the Address Book will also be updated. 

 
 
M
 
My Response Page - A optional page of the survey that allows respondents to review their answers prior to finishing the survey.
 
 
O
 
Open Rate - The percentage of contacts who opened an email. If you send 100 emails and 28 recipients open them, the open rate would be 28% (which also happens to be the average open rate for emails sent through Cvent). To find the open rate, run the Email Rates by Email report and click the name of an email to see the details for each one. Keep in mind, these rates aren't 100% accurate.
 
 
P
 
Parked Report - Parking a report posts it online and generates a link that you can send to anyone who needs to see it, even those without a Cvent login. Every time they access the report, it refreshes to show the latest data. You can also password-protect your parked reports or limit access by user.
 
Portals - A private website that allows your dashboards and reports to be shared with non-Cvent users. Every time someone accesses a portal, it refreshes to show the latest data. 

 
Presentations - A visual of your survey's data. The questions and answers can be filtered and displayed in charts, tables, or both.
 
 
Q
 
Quotas - Allows you to segment your respondents into groups that fit a certain criteria. Those who do not qualify for a group will be marked as disqualified. Using a third-party to accomplish this? Use the panel management feature instead.
 
 
R

Respondent Status - Each status (No Response, Visited, Partial Response, and Complete Response) is designed to help you understand where a respondent is in the survey process.
 
 
S
 
Source ID - A unique personal identifier for respondents, such as their employee number, that allows them to access and respond to your survey without using an email address.
 
Survey Status - Determines what you and respondents can and cannot do. A survey can have one of the following statuses: Pending, Test Status, Active, Closed, and Archived.
 


T
 
Targeted List - A set of contacts and the emails that will be sent to them before, during, and after a survey. Multiple targeted lists let you personalize communication with every segment of your audience, customizing emails relevant to each and scheduling their delivery at the time that makes the most sense.
 
Transaction ID - A unique personal identifier that a respondent may use when responding to a transactional survey. You will have the option to make this required, and the ID links the data with the correct transaction if a respondent enters multiple responses.
 
Text Analysis - Displays a visual representation of trends in how people are responding for up to five open-ended questions.
 

 
U
 
User - A user is anyone with Cvent log in credentials. They can be assigned roles to limit what they can see or do in the account.  
 
User Group - Sets of users that make toggling visibility more efficient. For example, if you're determining who can view a particular report or document, rather than checking the boxes for each individual user, you can select a single user group and grant access to many users at once
 
User Role - A set of permissions that determine which features a user can access in Cvent. For example, you could create a role for Email Users—people who can create and send emails but cannot create surveys. Every user must have one, and only one, user role.
 
 
W
 
Weblink - These are the URLs for each page of your survey. Access them in the Weblinks section or create your own. To make your links more readable, consider a private domain or custom URL.

 

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A
 
Account Email Address - Once added in Admin, these are the only email addresses you can select for the Author's Email or as the From Email Address in your survey emails.
 
Advanced Filters - Used to refine reports, narrow recipients, or limit what someone can do depending on whether specific criteria are met.
 
Author - The person managing the survey. Their name is added when creating a survey and can be modified in the Settings tab. It also appears as the default From Name.
 
Anonymous Survey - A type of survey that does not track or display contact information. Instead a 7-10 digit response number will appear in reports.

 
Answer Import - Adds survey responses in bulk through a spreadsheet you upload.
 
 
C
 
Contact - A record in your Address Book that represents an individual. The data stored within these records includes personal information and various reports to track activity. You can import contacts in bulk, edit, merge, or delete their records, or categorize them in contact groups.
 
Contact Group - These are categories you create to manage multiple people in your Address Book at the same time.
 
Contact Profile - A section of the survey where your respondent enters or verifies their contact info, which automatically updates their contact record within the Address Book. 

 
Custom Fields - Inquisium gives you the ability to collect and store a lot of data with standard fields. But eventually you may need to collect information that is unique to your organization. Using custom fields, you can add your own text entry boxes, download menus, or radio buttons to contacts and surveys.
 
Custom URL - Your survey's web address might look something like this: www.cvent.com/mcqsf. But you can upgrade to a custom URL and pick any name you want before the ".cvent" so it looks like this: YourWebsite.cvent.com. If you want to remove the ".cvent" entirely, purchase a private domain.
 
 
D
 
Data Tag - Like the mail merge of old, data tags allow you to quickly personalize mass communication. When added in the HTML Editor, they’ll look like letters and symbols in brackets, but, when a contact opens an email or page, the relevant info will pull in from Cvent and the content will dynamically change. For example, “{[C-FIRST NAME]} would become James, Rachel, or Carlos. There are over 100 data tags available in Inquisium, and, if none of those apply, you can also create your own.
 
Dashboard - A page that highlights your data in the form of charts, graphs, maps, counts, or trends. Once set up, the dashboard can be published to your account's portal
 
 
E
 
Email Alerts - Notifies you and other internal users when something happens with your survey.
 
 
F
 
From Address - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from the email address selected from the From Name dropdown. Don't see the From Email Address you need? Add it in Admin.
 
From Name - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from whoever you added in the From Name field. By default, this field has the {[S-AUTHOR FIRST NAME]} {[S-AUTHOR LAST NAME]} data tags, which pull in the survey author's name from the Settings tab.
 
 
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Invitation Forwarding - When enabled, this feature lets respondents enter the names and email addresses of people they think would be interested in taking the survey. Whoever they add will immediately receive the invitation, growing your contact list and increasing responses without any effort on your part. You can also limit the number of invitations one respondent can send.   
 
 
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Known Survey - A type of survey that tracks contact information and, if you choose, displays it throughout. When they update their contact info, their contact record in the Address Book will also be updated. 

 
 
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My Response Page - A optional page of the survey that allows respondents to review their answers prior to finishing the survey.
 
 
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Open Rate - The percentage of contacts who opened an email. If you send 100 emails and 28 recipients open them, the open rate would be 28% (which also happens to be the average open rate for emails sent through Cvent). To find the open rate, run the Email Rates by Email report and click the name of an email to see the details for each one. Keep in mind, these rates aren't 100% accurate.
 
 
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Parked Report - Parking a report posts it online and generates a link that you can send to anyone who needs to see it, even those without a Cvent login. Every time they access the report, it refreshes to show the latest data. You can also password-protect your parked reports or limit access by user.
 
Portals - A private website that allows your dashboards and reports to be shared with non-Cvent users. Every time someone accesses a portal, it refreshes to show the latest data. 

 
Presentations - A visual of your survey's data. The questions and answers can be filtered and displayed in charts, tables, or both.
 
 
Q
 
Quotas - Allows you to segment your respondents into groups that fit a certain criteria. Those who do not qualify for a group will be marked as disqualified. Using a third-party to accomplish this? Use the panel management feature instead.
 
 
R

Respondent Status - Each status (No Response, Visited, Partial Response, and Complete Response) is designed to help you understand where a respondent is in the survey process.
 
 
S
 
Source ID - A unique personal identifier for respondents, such as their employee number, that allows them to access and respond to your survey without using an email address.
 
Survey Status - Determines what you and respondents can and cannot do. A survey can have one of the following statuses: Pending, Test Status, Active, Closed, and Archived.
 


T
 
Targeted List - A set of contacts and the emails that will be sent to them before, during, and after a survey. Multiple targeted lists let you personalize communication with every segment of your audience, customizing emails relevant to each and scheduling their delivery at the time that makes the most sense.
 
Transaction ID - A unique personal identifier that a respondent may use when responding to a transactional survey. You will have the option to make this required, and the ID links the data with the correct transaction if a respondent enters multiple responses.
 
Text Analysis - Displays a visual representation of trends in how people are responding for up to five open-ended questions.
 

 
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User - A user is anyone with Cvent log in credentials. They can be assigned roles to limit what they can see or do in the account.  
 
User Group - Sets of users that make toggling visibility more efficient. For example, if you're determining who can view a particular report or document, rather than checking the boxes for each individual user, you can select a single user group and grant access to many users at once
 
User Role - A set of permissions that determine which features a user can access in Cvent. For example, you could create a role for Email Users—people who can create and send emails but cannot create surveys. Every user must have one, and only one, user role.
 
 
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Weblink - These are the URLs for each page of your survey. Access them in the Weblinks section or create your own. To make your links more readable, consider a private domain or custom URL.

 

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Account Email Address - Once added in Admin, these are the only email addresses you can select for the Author's Email or as the From Email Address in your survey emails.
 
Advanced Filters - Used to refine reports, narrow recipients, or limit what someone can do depending on whether specific criteria are met.
 
Author - The person managing the survey. Their name is added when creating a survey and can be modified in the Settings tab. It also appears as the default From Name.
 
Anonymous Survey - A type of survey that does not track or display contact information. Instead a 7-10 digit response number will appear in reports.

 
Answer Import - Adds survey responses in bulk through a spreadsheet you upload.
 
 
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Contact - A record in your Address Book that represents an individual. The data stored within these records includes personal information and various reports to track activity. You can import contacts in bulk, edit, merge, or delete their records, or categorize them in contact groups.
 
Contact Group - These are categories you create to manage multiple people in your Address Book at the same time.
 
Contact Profile - A section of the survey where your respondent enters or verifies their contact info, which automatically updates their contact record within the Address Book. 

 
Custom Fields - Inquisium gives you the ability to collect and store a lot of data with standard fields. But eventually you may need to collect information that is unique to your organization. Using custom fields, you can add your own text entry boxes, download menus, or radio buttons to contacts and surveys.
 
Custom URL - Your survey's web address might look something like this: www.cvent.com/mcqsf. But you can upgrade to a custom URL and pick any name you want before the ".cvent" so it looks like this: YourWebsite.cvent.com. If you want to remove the ".cvent" entirely, purchase a private domain.
 
 
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Data Tag - Like the mail merge of old, data tags allow you to quickly personalize mass communication. When added in the HTML Editor, they’ll look like letters and symbols in brackets, but, when a contact opens an email or page, the relevant info will pull in from Cvent and the content will dynamically change. For example, “{[C-FIRST NAME]} would become James, Rachel, or Carlos. There are over 100 data tags available in Inquisium, and, if none of those apply, you can also create your own.
 
Dashboard - A page that highlights your data in the form of charts, graphs, maps, counts, or trends. Once set up, the dashboard can be published to your account's portal
 
 
E
 
Email Alerts - Notifies you and other internal users when something happens with your survey.
 
 
F
 
From Address - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from the email address selected from the From Name dropdown. Don't see the From Email Address you need? Add it in Admin.
 
From Name - When your email arrives in a recipient's inbox, it will appear to be coming from whoever you added in the From Name field. By default, this field has the {[S-AUTHOR FIRST NAME]} {[S-AUTHOR LAST NAME]} data tags, which pull in the survey author's name from the Settings tab.
 
 
I
 
Invitation Forwarding - When enabled, this feature lets respondents enter the names and email addresses of people they think would be interested in taking the survey. Whoever they add will immediately receive the invitation, growing your contact list and increasing responses without any effort on your part. You can also limit the number of invitations one respondent can send.   
 
 
K
 
Known Survey - A type of survey that tracks contact information and, if you choose, displays it throughout. When they update their contact info, their contact record in the Address Book will also be updated. 

 
 
M
 
My Response Page - A optional page of the survey that allows respondents to review their answers prior to finishing the survey.
 
 
O
 
Open Rate - The percentage of contacts who opened an email. If you send 100 emails and 28 recipients open them, the open rate would be 28% (which also happens to be the average open rate for emails sent through Cvent). To find the open rate, run the Email Rates by Email report and click the name of an email to see the details for each one. Keep in mind, these rates aren't 100% accurate.
 
 
P
 
Parked Report - Parking a report posts it online and generates a link that you can send to anyone who needs to see it, even those without a Cvent login. Every time they access the report, it refreshes to show the latest data. You can also password-protect your parked reports or limit access by user.
 
Portals - A private website that allows your dashboards and reports to be shared with non-Cvent users. Every time someone accesses a portal, it refreshes to show the latest data. 

 
Presentations - A visual of your survey's data. The questions and answers can be filtered and displayed in charts, tables, or both.
 
 
Q
 
Quotas - Allows you to segment your respondents into groups that fit a certain criteria. Those who do not qualify for a group will be marked as disqualified. Using a third-party to accomplish this? Use the panel management feature instead.
 
 
R

Respondent Status - Each status (No Response, Visited, Partial Response, and Complete Response) is designed to help you understand where a respondent is in the survey process.
 
 
S
 
Source ID - A unique personal identifier for respondents, such as their employee number, that allows them to access and respond to your survey without using an email address.
 
Survey Status - Determines what you and respondents can and cannot do. A survey can have one of the following statuses: Pending, Test Status, Active, Closed, and Archived.
 


T
 
Targeted List - A set of contacts and the emails that will be sent to them before, during, and after a survey. Multiple targeted lists let you personalize communication with every segment of your audience, customizing emails relevant to each and scheduling their delivery at the time that makes the most sense.
 
Transaction ID - A unique personal identifier that a respondent may use when responding to a transactional survey. You will have the option to make this required, and the ID links the data with the correct transaction if a respondent enters multiple responses.
 
Text Analysis - Displays a visual representation of trends in how people are responding for up to five open-ended questions.
 

 
U
 
User - A user is anyone with Cvent log in credentials. They can be assigned roles to limit what they can see or do in the account.  
 
User Group - Sets of users that make toggling visibility more efficient. For example, if you're determining who can view a particular report or document, rather than checking the boxes for each individual user, you can select a single user group and grant access to many users at once
 
User Role - A set of permissions that determine which features a user can access in Cvent. For example, you could create a role for Email Users—people who can create and send emails but cannot create surveys. Every user must have one, and only one, user role.
 
 
W
 
Weblink - These are the URLs for each page of your survey. Access them in the Weblinks section or create your own. To make your links more readable, consider a private domain or custom URL.

 

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