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Over the past few weeks, the Market Dojo development team have not been sunning themselves on the beach. They have been hard at work, cooking up fantastic new improvements to our solutions.
If your company is running a lot of events through Market Dojo, tagging will help keep track of them.
Administrators can create Categories, and Tags, which can then be applied to Events. You can create many different Categories so that you can filter your events in several different ways.
The page where administrators can add new categories and tags.
Once tagged, you can report on the events which have specific tags.
This one is still in beta, but if you would like to give it a try, please let us know. It will be Generally Available in a few weeks time.
Until now, our analytics feature has only been available to report on the events run with ‘real’ participants. Now, you also can get analytics for your test events.
A sample of the analytics available in the sandpit.
Ever felt like you want to export details of your participants to Excel before the event ends? Well, good news, now you can. This can help if you need to provide a quick update to stakeholders, or to coordinate a chase-up of suppliers who have taken longer to respond.
This report has been available for some time as part of the post-event report, but now you can get it at any stage, directly from the participants tab.
For some time, we have allowed questionnaires to be created in Excel and then uploaded. Now, you can use the same template to make changes to the questionnaire as well. This can save a lot of time for people who, for example, need to collaborate on questionnaire amendments, or make search and replace changes to the text.
Making changes to a questionnaire in Excel, before uploading it back to Market Dojo.
The team made over 200 improvements since our last release update, including 30 in direct response to requests from customers!
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