Organization membership: Users and Owners
Users and owners
Task Analytics makes a distinction between a user and an owner of an organization. Users have restricted access and, depending on their access level, can only view / edit a survey or can't see the survey at all. Owners are allowed to manage users as well as specific actions as described in this document, that will have far-reaching consequences, like deleting surveys and/or responses. More on user levels
Actions executed by owners
The following actions can only be executed if you're an owner of the organization:
- Add users
- Remove users
- Change access levels of users
- Copy a survey
- Delete a survey
- Reset a survey
- Manage the organizations’ profile
- Delete an organization
There is no restriction on the number of owners of one account. All owners are allowed to change the access levels of users and other owners. A user needs to be a member of the organization before being able to become an owner. Learn more about the different access levels by members
User access levels for Task Analytics
You can manage users on the 'People'-page. Access the page by clicking the "People"-link in your organization's menu in the top-right corner. Manage users via the 'People'-page, accessible via the top right menu in your Task Analytics dashboard. ...
Data access and authentication (SSO)
You need a Task Analytics account before you can access Task Analytics. When you register for an account, we collect your name and email address. Your password, while collected, is stored securely only in a hashed form. Local Storage We also make use ...
Add users to Task Analytics
Everyone with access to Task Analytics can grant access to their colleagues. All you need is their email address. In the Task Analytics application, navigate to the survey you want them to access. Then in the top menu select "People" from the ...
Which information does Task Analytics collect
The information that is collected depends on the set-up of your configuration. Some of the data will always be collected as part of using Task Analytics; other data is optional and depends on the set-up of your survey and feedback given by visitors. ...
Set up reports for your organization dashboard
When you start out using Task Analytics you will find an empty section called Reports on your organizations dashboard. You can use this area to aggregate combinations of data that are of particular interest to your organization. You don't have any ...