Setting up your screener
If you're using dscout Recruit to find participants for your mission, you'll need to build a scre...
Participant Balance
Balance can be toggled in the Participants tab of your Express mission or Screener, and can used ...
Viewing applications and selecting scouts
​ Scouts will have the ability to submit applications as soon as you launch your screener, (read ...
Screener webpages
A screener webpage is automatically generated when you build a screener. It has all the key infor...
Ethnicity Balance
You may already be familiar with the Participant Balance control which ensures a balanced sample ...
Targeting Attributes
Located on the Recruit tab of your Express mission and the Participants tab of your screener, thi...
Adding scouts from a screener ("manual recruit") to Express
With our "Add from screeners" recruiting option, you can bring participants into Express from a s...
Expressiveness
Expressiveness is a sorting capability that dscout has created specifically to help you sort thro...
Recruitment Options for Express
You have several options for recruiting participants for an Express mission. You can auto-recruit...
Private Screener Onboarding Flow for First-Time Scouts
When recruiting from your own pool of participants, you have several options for how to get those...
Example screener teasers
Your teaser is intended to provide participants with a general idea about the topic of your study...
Example of an effective screener
Your screener design will depend heavily on the type of participant you want and your research de...
Screener Review Checklist
Screeners are used to recruit participants for your dscout Diary, Live, or Express mission; you h...
Bring Your Own (BYO) Participants to Express
We’re excited to announce that you can now bring your own external participants to an Express mis...