If your survey contains a Text answer question, in the Analyze tab, you will see:
a list of all answers and survey statistics,
word cloud analysis of the responses,
text answers summarized into relevant topics.
The Topics feature uses AI to draw conclusions from open-text questions.
It provides a summary of all text answers your respondents used while filling out the survey, saving you time and effort.
Additionally, the Topics are arranged from the most to least popular, making it extra easy for you to find out what your respondents talk about the most often.
To access this feature, head to the Analyze > Overall responses tab and find your Text answer question.
Here, you'll be able to analyze All responses, see the Word Cloud, and check out the Topics.
As soon as the summary is generated, you can see not only the most popular topics, but also the number of text answers they appeared in, as well as open the dropdown showing you the actual full responses that were assigned to this topic.
Clicking on the ★ lets you save a chosen response in the Feedback Hub, while clicking on the 👤 icon takes you to the Analyze > Individual responses tab to see the respondent's whole survey submission.
❗️For Topics to appear in your survey's analysis, the Text answer question must:
have over 50 text responses,
not collect personal data such as the email addresses of your respondents.
💡 If you have multiple Text answer questions in one survey, you will be able to see Topics relevant to each of them, as long as the question meets the above conditions (has more than 50 text responses and doesn't collect personal data).
My Text answer question has over 50 responses, but the Topics aren't being generated.
If you see Generating topics... for a long time, it's possible some of the responses are single words or letters, which aren't suitable to take into account when summarizing most-discussed topics.