Exporting your Presentation Data | AhaSlides Help

Exporting your Presentation Data

Once you've hosted your presentation, you can export your response data to Excel or export your slide images to PDF/JPG. This feature is only available on AhaSlides' paid plans.
Please note that exporting your presentation is different to sharing a copy of it.

Exporting your Data to Excel

After your presentation, you can export your questions and the responses they get into a single Excel file.
 


In the Excel file, there are 6 sheets with information about your presentation and the audience's responses:
  1. Slides - The questions of each slide as well as the dates that each slide was created and last modified.
  2. Participants - The names, organisations and emails of your participants if they ever entered them during your presentation. This can be entered in certain slide types (like an open-ended slide) if you set up additional fields, or collecting your audience's information when they enter your presentation.
  3. Question options - The multiple choice answer options for any poll slide or pick answer quiz slide.
  4. Responses - The responses that each participant gave to each slide, along with the date they gave it and the emoji reactions they used.
  5. Q&A - Any questions submitted to you on a Q&A slide, as well as how many upvotes they got and whether they were marked as answered.
  6. Private feedback - Each participants' rating of our presentation (out of 4) and any private comments left for you.
  7. Individual leaderboard - The final standings of your presentation's quiz, if you held one.
 💡 Click to see an example presentation export on Excel.

How to Export your Data to Excel

On the presentation editor, navigate to the 'Results' tab. Click 'Export to Excel', and the button labelled 'Request Excel file...'. Once the file has been fetched, click the link saying 'Download Excel file'.




Exporting your Slide Images

After your presentation, you can export still images of all of your slides with the responses they got from your audience. You can export these images in either PDF or JPG.

You can see a PDF export below 👇 The JPG export will simply be a downloadable ZIP folder containing a JPG image for each of your slides.



How to Export your Slide Images

On the presentation editor, navigate to the 'Results' tab. Click 'Export to PDF/JPG', and the button labelled 'Request screenshots...'. Once the files have been fetched, click either of the links saying 'Download PDF file' or 'Download JPG files (as ZIP)'.




How to Export the Most Recent Results

If you are re-using a presentation with a new audience, or have new responses on your presentation, you can export those most recent results to either Excel or JPG/PDF.
  1. For updated Excel results, navigate to Results >>> Export to Excel >>> Request updated file. Once the file has updated, you can download it by clicking Download Excel file.
  2. For updated PDF/JPG results, navigate to Results >>> Export to PDF/JPG >>> Request updated file. Once the file has updated, you can download it by clicking either Download PDF file or Download JPG files (as ZIP).

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