Surveys within Leapsome are run anonymously by default, as this generates the comfort necessary to answer the questions posed more openly. If you choose to keep your survey anonymous, you will need to define an anonymity threshold. An anonymity threshold is the minimum number of responses needed to show a segment in the heatmap portion of the analytics. If your organization is partitioned into small teams, we recommend choosing a lower threshold.
The anonymity threshold is both survey and question specific. Meaning if all questions are mandatory then enough people have to do the survey to meet the overall threshold. However, if you set a question to non-mandatory and enough participants elect to skip that question that the respondent number is below the threshold, the results for that question will not be displayed.
This gets even more granular when using multiple-choice questions. If you are using multiple-choice questions and have enabled the setting that allows multiple answers per user, you will only see the results of this question when enough individual respondents have selected any answers.
However, it is worth mentioning that when exporting data, the consideration for anonymity threshold is only at the survey level.
Please note: that the anonymity threshold cannot be changed once the survey is active or after the survey.