Do you use checkboxes in your qualifying questions to rule out people based on certain fixed criteria? Now you can specify a disqualified answer, meaning no matter what else your respondents select, they will be disqualified if they also include one or more disqualifying answers. This can only work for checkboxes, since it's the only multi-select:
Here's a big little feature to digest as you get back from your 🦃break! You can now make Name, Email, or Phone required questions in your screeners (links, intercepts, mobile, and desktop):
It's a simple feature that's perhaps long overdue, but we've held off for so long to ensure your respondents had the best possible experience. That's why we're only offering contact question types for now. The email validation also checks to see if it's a real email. Especially if you do a lot of scheduling, this can really ensure you get valid contact info for each respondent. Give it a whirl and let us know what you think!
The latest addition to Pool is Engagement! Keep track of how engaged your research participants are across all your studies, or by segment. See a quick Overall Engagement metric at the top of Pool and drill down to see how you're doing on participants opening emails, clicking links, and hopefully not very many bounces. :-)
We've radically improved the design and branding options for your incentive redeem links. Try it from incentives >> emails & redeem pages >> redeem pages >> branding & colors
Let's say you ask the same opt-in question across 30 screeners and 30 uploads in Pool along the lines of "Are you interested in participating..." You can now create one filter that looks for any question with the word "interested" containing the answer "yes," and have an automatically updating segment to keep track of your opt-ins from multiple sources. Gigantic time-saver.