QRG 3 - How to Edit a Survey

QRG 3 - How to Edit a Survey

Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 2 From the Task list, locate the task titled Customize Master Survey and Scorecard. Click on the Task Name, and then click View Task Details. Click on the Mater Survey, and then click Edit. 1 1 2 Page 1 Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 If this is your first time editing the survey make sure that you use the SCC naming convention for the survey title Supplier name, Commodity

or Agreement Title, mm-ddyyyy, Survey NOTE: date should be the survey creation date. If you are editing an existing survey, simply click on the survey name, and then click Edit. 2 Rules Use this screen to edit the Timing Rules. For example, changing the end date of the survey to allow more time for participants to answer the survey questions. 1 2 Page 2 Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 2 Participants - Use this screen

to edit the Participants. You can Remove participants or add additional participants to the survey by clicking Invite Another Participant. 1 Content Use this screen to edit the survey content. You will work with the content section in one of four ways: 1. Delete survey content 2. Edit survey content 3. Create survey content from scratch (Ad hoc Survey Question) 4. Pull survey content from the Content Library 2 Page 3 Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 2

Delete survey content. Click the checkbox(s) to the left of the content that you want to delete, and then click Delete Edit survey content. Click the checkbox(s) to the left of the content that you want to edit, and then Edit > Content 1 2 Page 4 Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 2 The Name field (Which is the Name of the question) works like any word processing program. You have the option to add or change the text just like you would in Microsoft Word. 1

Create an Ad hoc Question To add the new question within an existing section Click on the checkbox next to the desired section. If you do not check a section, your question will appear at the bottom of the content page. Click Add, and then Question 3 3 Page 5 Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 1 The new question is automatically numbered (in this case 6.5) and will be a question within the section titled Financial, Pricing and Risk Management section. 2 2

3 4 The freeform text box allows you to write out your survey question, or copy and paste it from another document Choose the answer type. In this example we selected Percentage. The survey recipient would respond with the percentage of accurate invoices received in the previous quarter. Notice that the Parent section is mapped to a KPI on the scorecard. Therefore this question is automatically mapped as part of this section. If you are adding a question outside of a mapped section or adding a new section you will need to map those items to the associated scorecard. 3 4 Click Done to save your changes 5 5

Page 6 Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 2 3 4 Add survey content from the Library - Click Add, and then click Content From Library. Expand the folder titled SPM Survey - Scorecard Find the Master Survey, and then click the radio button to the left Click Select to the master survey content 1 2 3 Page 7 4

Supplier Performance Management (SPM): How to Edit a Survey and a Scorecard Edit a Survey. 1 Locate the content to copy from the library to your survey. You have the option to copy as many items as you like. Also, be aware that clicking on a the checkbox to the left of a section will copy the entire section. Clicking the checkbox next to a question will only copy that question. Clicking on the checkbox at the very top will select all line items Click Copy 1 2 2 Page 8

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