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We have integrated the English language. Now it is also possible to analyse English texts. In the next few weeks we will also integrate French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
We have added the association filter to the default filters. You want to know which topics, for example, are all "new" or "bad"? Filter the corresponding association and get an overview of the topics and the specific comments in the feed.
It is now possible to switch the tool language between German and English. To do so, click on the corresponding flag.
Every time you want to set multiple filters you have to wait until the tool has loaded the single selection? That's over now. Make the selection within the filters and then click on the "Apply filter" button. Finally, it's fun to combine filters.
You do not need a code book or labelling to analyse Cauliflower. But that doesn't mean the results can't be even better. There will always be topics that you may want to merge or rename. You can use the code plan function in the project setup for this. To do this, enter the target label (e.g. Service) and then the individual topics, separated by commas, which you would like to combine into an umbrella term (e.g. Customer Service, Delivery Service). Unfortunately, the code plan must currently be created in the project setup. We are working on making the code plan adaptable even after the analysis has been completed. Until then, we make you the following offer: Take a look at the results of the analysis. Make a note of which topics you would like to summarise and write us an email. We will credit you and you can create the project again - then with the combined topics in the code plan.
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