Studies can now be previewed in full screen, accurately showing how your users will see and experience the study.
Groups are a brand-new way to manage cohorts of people. When setting up a study, Groups can be used to determine who sees your study, helping your team manage frequently-studied sets of users and reducing errors in targeting set-up.
We've redesigned the Events management experience in Sprig to provide more customization and controls for your team.
We’re making it easier than ever to create Studies. Your task flow is more optimized as you can now create Events during the study creation process for Web. To directly create the event you need to display your in-product study, when you add a new event trigger to a Web study, click + New Event.
We've recently introduced the ability to add logic based on skipped responses for Video & Voice, Open Text, and Multiple Choice Multi-Select questions.
When exporting study responses as a CSV, multiple-choice responses now have numeric representations, providing an easier way to analyze the data.
You can now choose to send the visitor’s user ID and email when using an external URL in Text / URL Prompt. This allows you to match the visitor with their later actions. For example, you could use a web study to link out to a concept test and ensure the concept test is associated with the same visitor.
Text URL/ Prompt questions now feature text, list, and link formatting. You can highlight key phrases or link out to external pages based on your use case.
We've recently updated our Link study experience to create a more delightful experience across platforms. The desktop experience is wider, while the mobile link experience is optimized for mobile devices. In addition, we've optimized the progress bar and between-question animations to create a better end user experience. Try it out now by creating your next link study!