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Overview of product updates (2022)
Overview of product updates (2022)

A log of the key changes we’ve made to the platform in recent months

Updated over a week ago

Every week our teams are busy working on releasing new features, and updating existing ones, to ensure that consumer research is even easier and more reliable than ever.

You can read our most recent updates here.

Overview of our 2022 updates


  • 22 November - We’ve launched a beautiful new look and feel on the platform! Everything works the same as before, but you’ll see some changes to the way your dashboard looks. This update is to further improve how accessible Attest is and to bring the platform design in-line with every other interaction people might have with Attest. We’re always working to make sure our platform is as accessible and user-friendly as possible - stay tuned for more updates to the platform soon.

  • 29 November - We've added sentiment analysis to your automated text analysis. This allows you analyse open text answers in more detail and understand if your respondents replied in a positive, negative or neutral way. This is currently only available for English surveys.


  • 6 October - Now launching Academy! A go-to hub for guidance and tips on running successful consumer research. Linked in the dashboard navigation, but hosted on our website, you'll now find access to content to help you create your Brand Tracking and Consumer Profiling studies. We'll be adding more and more content soon!

  • 10 October - You can now save time setting up your audience targeting across pieces of research. Choose to save an audience as a preset, and later apply this to any survey draft with a few simple clicks.

  • 13 October - When using forward answers, you can now calculate the percentages based on the forwarded sample (the people that selected this answer in the question you've forwarded from). This will make it easier to see the relationship between one question and another.

  • 13 October - You can now see your results and trends by time and by country on a single results page. We've also moved certain actions such as duplicate & increase sample to the survey manage page.


  • 15 September - You can now add data labels to your graphs in "Trends". You can also view the difference in percentage point (and see which differences are statistically significant vs. the previous date) for single & multiple choice questions. This will make it easier to read your data and interpret your results.

  • 21 September - We've added more export options to "Trends". You can now choose to export your different surveys in one go to Excel, CSV or PPT.

  • 29 September - You can now manually merge different keywords together in Text Analysis. This will allow you to group key words that are similar into one group, making it even easier to get insights from open ended responses.


  • 3 August - We have optimised our support for the YouTube Shorts format, ensuring that your Shorts are presented in full portrait mode for respondents.

  • 17 August - There is now a search function in your saved question library, to help to more easily to find a saved question or to search by topic for questions used by your colleagues.

  • 17 August - We’ve opened up the flexibility to make changes to your study audience between waves, now including the ability to edit the sample size of each market between waves.

  • 30 August - You can now also run a statistical significance test in Results breakdown for NPS & Ranking questions (on top of single choice, multiple choice & grid) to get more confidence in your conclusions.


  • 13 July - You can now send a multi-market study to audiences with different targeting demographics and quotas! When choosing your markets, simply select the custom targeting you wish to apply; these no longer need to be the same across the various markets.

  • 19 July - No more fiddly processes getting your images into answer options! We've optimised how to work with images and automated image cropping, making this drafting step faster.

  • 27 July - We've updated the way we visualise NPS results. On the results overview page & results breakdown page, you will now see NPS results grouped by promotors, detractors & passives. In the detail

  • 27 July - We've updated the way we visualise NPS results. On the results overview page & results breakdown page, you will now see NPS results grouped by promotors, detractors & passives. In the details view, we've also added an NPS score visualisation to show that NPS score goes from -100 to 100.

  • 29 July - We've released the option in trends charts to swap what is displayed on your X-axis (answer/countries/dates). You can now choose if you want your answers displayed on the X-axis or your dates/countries (for grid questions, this will be answers or subjects. Not available for NPS questions).


  • 4 June - It's now possible to add a pre-drafted survey into Attest in a few simple clicks. Choose to start a survey with paste survey content and add multiple questions from your doc or spreadsheet in seconds.

  • 10 June - You can now create & compare market segments in Results Breakdown to see how they’ve responded to your questions. You can build your own segments by combining demographics traits (e.g. gender & age) and/or behavioural traits based on answers given to questions in your survey (e.g. shop online > 1 a week).

  • 21 June - We’ve released automated text analysis to help you analyse open ended questions more easily! Our AI driven model will automatically extract and group relevant key words and key phrases, so you can easily recognize trends and patters in your open text answers. Since this feature is still in beta, we are looking for your feedback!

  • 27 June - Ever wanted to easily copy survey questions from previous surveys you've run? You can now save a question to your team's question library and easily insert a saved question into any survey draft!


  • 2 May - You can now create scale questions FASTER in the platform. Choose from our suggested answer scale options to quickly create questions for your research study. Simple go to "add multiple answers" and select your desired scale in the drop down menu.

  • 24 May - You can now manage all of your live and recurring survey information from the convenient "manage" tab on the left side navigation.

  • 25 May - We've updated how you add a question into your survey. You'll notice a new interface that reduces the steps to add a new question and change question types. You'll also see the saved question library (coming in June!)


  • 4 April - Now you can see all of your Tracker results aggregated in the traditional results view on the Overview tab on your Trends page.

  • 6 April - You can now also run statistical significance tests on grid questions in Results Breakdown. You can choose a benchmark (total or a certain group) and your confidence level (95%, 90% or 80%) and see if there is a significant difference in the answers.

  • 6 April - A small update to allow for greater flexibility when forwarding answers to a Grid question - we now allow for up to 20 subjects when forwarding answers from a previous question to a Grid.

  • 6 April - You can now easily see a comparison of your results between countries on the new By country tab on your Trends page.

  • 7 April - Recurring surveys have been upgraded to incorporate a tracker results view, allowing you to analyse recurring survey data all in one view in the Attest platform. This is only for new recurring surveys you create - historical ones will need to be updated to benefit from these updates.

  • 8 April - We’ve added the option to copy your results to the clipboard from Results Breakdown (for single, multiple choice & grid questions). This will allow you to easily copy & paste your data into any other file, such as excel. It will also include the filters and/or statistical significance tests you have applied.

  • 26 April - The age brackets that you create in Results Breakdown are now saved during your session! This means that you can change “breakdown by” to other variables, and when you select age again you no longer need to re-enter your desired brackets.


  • 8 March - It's now easier to view all of your results thanks to the collapsable side bar. Simply click the side arrow on the filters panel to create more space on your screen.

  • 18 March - It's now easier to see all of the markets you've selected for multi-market studies in the audience section of the platform. Markets, languages, and sample sizes are now presented in an easy to use, spreadsheet like layout.

  • 20 March - We are expanding our market reach by adding 9 new counties and expanded reach in 5 more. New markets include: Ecuador, Bulgaria, Serbia, Lithuania, Pakistan, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Slovenia among others. To participate in the BETA before the full site launch, reach out to your Customer Success or Customer Research Manager.

  • 21 March - The display logic feature just got even more flexible and precise. You can now add logic to a questions that contains AND, OR, and NOT (selected) rules to determine when a question should be shown to a respondent.

  • 31 March - Even greater flexibility when using display logic is here, with the ability to use answers to any Grid question as the condition(s) to determine to whom a question is shown.

  • 31 March - You can now choose which columns you want to include or exclude in your Results Breakdown (”crosstabs”). This makes it easier to focus on just the groups you are interested in and seeing if there are any statistical significant differences between how these groups have responded to a certain question.


  • 3 Feb - You can now add filters to your results breakdown, to dive deeper into your results and compare different segments with each other. Choose how you want to breakdown your data (columns) and select any filters you want to apply (demographic and/or answers).

  • 4 Feb - Not sure what sample size to use in your upcoming survey? We've got you covered with the NEW Sample Size Calculator located conveniently on the Audience page in the Attest platform.

  • 8 Feb - The results from your multi-market studies are now aggregated together. To see a market-by-market view, simply filter the results by market in the right-hand demographic sidebar on your 'Trends' tab.

  • 10 Feb - Groups of questions just got easier to use! You can now add and remove questions from groups while editing a survey without having to delete the group or start a new group.

  • 15 Feb - You can now set logic conditions across questions in your survey, to enable you to create more complex surveys and show the right questions to the right respondent at the right time.

  • 17 Feb - When exporting your survey data, percentages are now exported as decimals

  • 24 Feb - Have more confidence in your conclusions with our statistical significance tests in results breakdown. You can choose a benchmark (total or a specific group) and your confidence level (95%, 90% or 80%) and see if there is a statistically significant difference in the answers.

  • 28 Feb - Easily identify which of your answers were qualifying answers in Results Breakdown with the newly added "Q" icon.


  • 10 Jan - On top of our current data quality measures, we've enhanced the checks on respondent engagement, which is particularly important on longer surveys, to make sure you're getting the best respondent data on your surveys.

  • 18 Jan - Moving questions around in List View wasn't very easy, so we've made some updates to the question sidebar to enable you to easily drag and drop questions around.

  • 24 Jan - You can now use answer options as filters when analysing results on trend studies! Easily visualise how respondents who answered a question one way (e.g. dark chocolate is my preferred sweet treat) responded to the rest of your survey over time.

  • 25 Jan - You can now set a recurring cadence for tracker surveys at the point of survey creation.

  • 25 Jan - The groups that you create when merging answers from grid questions are now saved in the dashboard and can be viewed be all people visiting your survey results.

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