GioBoiAsked on October 22, 2020 at 9:41 AM
Thanks for this but that's the same as I can do with Excel already.
I was hoping for advice with using an alternative Element or Widget that will provide a graph within JotForm reporting without having to build one from spreadsheet data.
Gustavo_HReplied on October 22, 2020 at 1:53 PM
Hi, @GioBoi. How are you?
Yeah, we understand it. The great thing about the integration between JotForm and Google Sheets is that you can automatically sync form submissions to your spreadsheets and update your data in real-time.
Since you are looking for creating reports with graphs inside JotForm, you can use the Report Builder. The following are guides that will introduce you to this feature.
Complete guide 👉 how-to-create-a-visual-report-with-your-form-submissions
Complete guide 👉 how-to-customize-a-visual-report?
Please let us know your thoughts about it.
Best regards, 😀✨
AinsletReplied on October 23, 2020 at 2:45 AM
You've misunderstood. I want help choosing the best element or widget to produce a relevant graph (total number of boys and girls) within JotForm reporting.
Jed_CReplied on October 23, 2020 at 6:58 AM
I want help choosing the best element or widget to produce a relevant graph — You mean the elements / fields in Jotform?
Almost all elements / fields is supported in Jotform Report so any data submitted through an element should display in the report.
Try creating your form according to what you visualize and they load it in Jotform Report builder.
It would also help if you provide us what fields / requirement you need for your form.
Looking forward for your response.