What types of Reports are available?

Reports let you export your Storms into stakeholder-ready documents. Learn about the different report options offered by Stormboard.

 

 

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Please visit our Reports Page for more information.

These are the Reporting Options available:

Wordle 

About: This report generates a "word cloud" from the text that is in your Storm. The cloud gives greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text by making them larger.
Uses: A quick look at the most-used words or phrases from a meeting or brainstorm in order to gauge the temperature or focus of your collaboration.
Format: PNG

How to Create a Word Cloud From Your Storm:

Tasks

About: This report sorts all of the tasks in your Storm and shows the Task Name, Due Date, Completed Date, Assigned Date, Assigned To, and Current Status. It gives you an overview of the status of all tasks assigned in your Storm so you can see what needs to get done, who is going to do it, and make sure actions are taken to complete each task.
Uses: Use it internally with your Team, or share with management or other Teams to keep everyone on the same page. The data can also be exported from this Excel report into your other business tools.
Format: Microsoft Excel — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Tasks Report:

Votes

About: This report gives you an overview of all of the votes in your Storm by Top Ideas, Favorite Ideas, and a Vote Summary by User. The report also contains a table of contents and cover page.
Uses: Quickly see the most popular ideas after your meeting or brainstorm in order to set priorities and decide what actions to take next.
Format: Microsoft Word — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Votes Report:

Storm Screenshot

About: This report produces a high-resolution screenshot of your entire Storm.
Uses: Share this image with your colleagues to show a high-level look at your Storm and the work that you are doing. Essentially a high-resolution version of taking a photo of a traditional whiteboard.
Format: PNG

How do I get a screenshot of my entire Storm:

Outline

About: Gives a comprehensive overview of your Storm in a familiar format that is easy to read.
Uses: This overview is ideal for getting caught up on everything that has happened in your meeting or project in a familiar format. You can also easily copy and paste data from this report into another document or format without having to download anything.
Format: Copy to Clipboard

How to Create an Outline of Your Storm:

Microsoft Excel

About: This report is compiled in a spreadsheet and can include one, or all, of these categories: Statistics, Storm Data (ideas and index cards), Comments, Chat, Connectors, and Votes.
Uses: This report gathers all of your data and organizes it into a series of spreadsheets, charts, and graphs, which is a great way to analyze your ideas, team participation, and more. It is also useful for exporting data into your other business tools.
Format: Microsoft Excel — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Microsoft Excel Report:

Microsoft Word

About: This is a detailed report that you can customize to be as robust or as streamlined as you prefer. You can include any of these sections: Ideas by Section (you can choose to include comments or not), Ideas by Creation Date, Ideas by Creator, Ideas by Legend, Completed Tasks, Incomplete Tasks by Assignment, Incomplete Tasks by Due Date, Top Ideas, Favorite Ideas, Vote Summary by User, and Comments. Every report also includes a table of contents and a cover page.
Uses: Use this report as meeting minutes or as a comprehensive project report. It can be edited, and then shared with your coworkers, employees, management, stakeholders, or executive team.
Format: Microsoft Word — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Microsoft Word Report:

Microsoft PowerPoint

About: This report creates PowerPoint slides for each section of your Storm.
Uses: Use this report for giving presentations to other teams, managers, executives, or stakeholders.
Format: Microsoft PowerPoint — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Microsoft PowerPoint Report:

Google Docs

About: This is a detailed report that you can customize to be as robust or as streamlined as you prefer. You can include any of these sections: Ideas by Section (you can choose to include comments or not), Ideas by Creation Date, Ideas by Creator, Ideas by Legend, Completed Tasks, Incomplete Tasks by Assignment, Incomplete Tasks by Due Date, Top Ideas, Favorite Ideas, Vote Summary by User, and Comments. Every report also includes a table of contents and a cover page.
Uses: Use this report as meeting minutes or as a comprehensive project report. It can be edited, and then shared with your coworkers, employees, management, stakeholders, or executive team.
Format: Google Docs — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Google Docs Report:

Google Sheets

About: This report is compiled in a spreadsheet and can include one, or all, of these categories: Statistics, Storm Data (ideas and index cards), Comments, Chat, Connectors, and Votes.
Uses: This report gathers all of your data and organizes it into a series of spreadsheets, charts, and graphs, which is a great way to analyze your ideas, team participation, and more. It is also useful for exporting data into your other business tools.
Format: Google Sheets — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Google Sheets Report:

Google Slides

About: This report creates a slide in Google Slides for each section of your Storm.
Uses: Use this report for giving presentations to other teams, managers, executives, or stakeholders.
Format: Google Slides — can be edited and customized.

How to Create a Google Slides Report:

Exports

About: These four reports are available in CSV, JSON, XML, or OPML.
Uses: Use this report to export the data from your Storm into other business tools.
Format: CSV, JSON, XML, or OPML

How to Export Data From Your Storm:

 

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