Analyze Results from Microsoft FORMS POLLS in Excel | Watch Chris Work

Posted on:  05/02/2022
Analyze Results from Microsoft FORMS POLLS in Excel  | Watch Chris Work

I recently spoke at the Administrative Professional Day Conference hosted by the University of Georgia. After reviewing my survey results in Microsoft Forms, I realized I needed to analyze the survey data. Forms results are immediately available in Excel. 

Microsoft Forms - Analyze data in Excel

Microsoft Forms - Analyze data in Excel

After opening in Excel, I did the following functions in Excel: average, max, min, median, large, and trimmean functions. I added a helper column to calculate the time required to take the survey. Finally, I tested a few of the functions to ensure they were correct. This is something I needed to do so you actually get to see me work. I'm going to start a series called Watch Chris Work.

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Video Chapters

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 03:45 Load results in Excel
  • 04:08 Add helper column
  • 06:56 Find maximum value
  • 07:03 Find minimum value
  • 07:16 Find average time
  • 07:25 Find median time
  • 08:18 Find top values
  • 10:44 Average excluding
  • 12:14 Test the formulas
  • 13:19 Closing remarks
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Chris Menard is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and is employed full-time as a Trainer for BakerHostetler, one of the nation’s largest law firms. Menard has a YouTube channel with over 800 technology videos covering Excel, Word, Zoom, Teams, Outlook, Gmail, Google Calendar, and other resources that over 12 million viewers have appreciated. Menard also does public speaking at conferences for CPAs and Administrative Professionals. Connect with Chris on LinkedIn at chrismenardtraining.com/linked or on YouTube at chrismenardtraining.com/youtube

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