You can use a mission invite URL with access token to invite scouts to your mission.
This link can be used in most applications that allow webhooks, but we’ll use Qualtrics as an example. Let’s say you’ve created a Qualtrics survey, and you’d like certain participants to take part in a follow-up dscout Diary mission based on their answers to your survey.
Once you’ve built your mission, in the “Invites” section of the Setup page, you’ll need to toggle on the “Invite via Access Token” option.
Doing so will provide you with a link that you’ll then copy and paste over to Qualtrics (or your other access token-enabled service).
If the mission is in draft mode when the scout goes through the survey, the scout will be added to the invites section, and will be invited when the mission is launched. If the mission has already been launched, the scout will be invited immediately via email invitation.
Visit the “Actions” page of your Qualtrics survey and create a new action. For the “Event,” you’ll select “Survey Response.” Next, under “Conditions,” you’ll select the question(s) and answer choice(s) that will qualify a participant to be invited to dscout.
Then, under “Tasks,” you’ll select “Web Service.”
You’ll enter the unique URL generated by the dscout mission builder into the “URL” field. The request type is POST and the content is JSON.
In the section below ("specify data fields"), you’ll need to provide a few pieces of data:
4. source -- this should be set to qualtrics
Scouts’ names and email addresses are required to make sure dscout knows who they are. You can collect this information either by asking for it in your survey or, if the user is on your contact list, you can pipe it in.
The following bits of information are recommended (but not required), so you’re able to link a scout back to the survey they came from.
Make sure you save, and that’s it! When users follow the flow in the Qualtrics survey that you’ve specified, they will be automatically invited to your dscout Diary mission.