Recruiting Participants

Traditional research methods like 1:1 interviews are still an important part of the modern researcher’s toolbox. Sprig’s Text/URL prompt helps accelerate participant recruitment and scheduling down to as simple as launching a study. A study template is provided to get you started.

Tasks

  1. Choose a Template
  2. Design Questions & Audience
  3. Launch Study

1. Choose a Template

  1. In the Navigation Pane, click + New Study > Browse Templates.
  2. Select Recruit Interview Participants from the Template Collection.
  3. Click Recruit Participants Directly.

2. Design Questions & Audience

For the Questions tab:

  1. Review the questions.
  2. Customize by changing the wording, deleting a question, or adding a question.
  3. Please note that the first two Text/URL Prompts are used as opt-ins.
  4. At Question 3, you’ll want to determine how many screener questions you’ll need. If you have multiple screener questions, then you can duplicate the question and add another.
  5. Check to ensure all skip logic is in place and correctly directs the user to the right question(s).
  6. Click Save Changes after editing. Saving the changes of your study places it into Draft status.

For the Audience tab:

  1. Choose a Type of Study (Standalone or Concept Test), in this case, Standalone.
  2. Choose How to Send (Web, Mobile, Link, or Email); in this case, Web.
  3. Choose When to Send. Select a trigger; in this case Login.
  1. Choose Who to Send to. Add a filter in your study to refine the target audience that should receive your study. Similar to your study trigger, select an event or attribute to target your eligible users for this study.
  2. Click Save Changes. Saving the changes of your study places it into Draft status.

In the example from this Template we wish to include users that:

  • Have >= 7 logins (all time)

OR

  • Signed up >= 21 days ago

3. Launch Study

Click the Launch Study button in the top right corner, you should start to see responses come in as time progresses.