This widget provides a visualization of responses on key metrics such as Clicked, Opened, Responses, Primary Responses, Reminder Responses distributed across segments or over time as a column or as a stacked column.


  • Each bar in a column shows the absolute amount or the percentage amount of responses belonging to the respective metric.
  • When the widget is set to absolute number visualization, you are able to drill down into each bar and export all records with a single click.
  • This widget has the data access restriction (show global data) option.




Group by Settings



Date: This setting will show each column as a date period, up to 250 columns. Possible values: Day, Week, Month, Quarter, Year.

Segment: Choose which segment is going to populate the columns. The segment chosen in this setting will be able to show all its valid records up to a maximum of 250 columns.




Additional Settings (Grouped by Segment)



Metrics to display: Select the metrics to be distributed in the columns. Selecting one metric shows a column and selecting multiple metrics stack them in the column. Possible values: Primary Responses, Reminder Responses, Clicked, Opened and Responses.


Metric measurement type: Select Absolute numbers to see the amount of records for each metric or Percentages to see ratios for those metrics. 


Order by: Select which metric the columns are going to be ordered by. Possible values: Primary Responses, Reminder Responses, Clicked, Opened and Responses.


Order direction: Select the direction of the ordering. Possible values: DESC and ASC.


Page size: This controls how many columns are shown. Possible values: 10, 25, 50, 100, 250.




Additional Settings (Grouped by Date)



Metrics to display: Select the metrics to be distributed in the columns. Selecting one metric shows a column and selecting multiple metrics stack them in the column. Possible values: Primary Responses, Reminder Responses, Clicked, Opened and Responses .


Metric measurement type: Select Absolute numbers to see the amount of records for each metric or Percentages to see ratios for those metrics.