Building your Diary mission
First, be sure that you've created your project and added your teammates as collaborators. Next, ...
Setting up an Express mission
Through Express, you can run a Media Survey or a Usability Test. Not sure which type of activity ...
Setting up your Live mission
Before creating a Live mission, be sure that you've created your project and added collaborators....
When to Use a Media Survey or Usability Test
Within Express, you have the option to run a Media Survey or a Usability Test activity. Not sure ...
Question Types in Screeners
Note: this article details information about our Recruit product; for information regarding this ...
Knockout questions
When included in a screener or Express mission, knockout questions automatically disqualify scout...
Skip logic
With skip logic, you can jump scouts to different questions based on their answers to a previous ...
Ranking questions
When included in a screener, Express mission, or Diary mission, ranking questions ask scouts to c...
Question Stimuli
You can now add and preview visual stimuli at the question level in your Screeners, Diary mission...
Using question quotas
Quotas can be set on Single Select questions. This feature is available in both Express missions ...
Question Types in Express
In Express missions, you can run a Media Survey or a Usability test. Most question types are avai...
Skip logic in Express Missions
With skip logic, you can jump scouts to different questions based on their answers to a previous ...
How to use Card Sorting questions in your Express Mission
Card Sorting Overview Card Sorting questions are a question type available in Express missions (b...
How to use Task Questions in an Express Usability Test
Task Overview How to add a Task to your Usability Test URLs in Task Questions Power Follow-Ups T...
Using Figma Prototypes in Usability Test Missions
Preparing your Figma file for testing Create a dedicated testing fileWe recommend duplicating you...
Must-select logic in Recruit + Express
Tap the product area where you'll be using must-select logic to learn more: Recruit (screeners) ...
Understanding missions, activities, and entries for researchers
Missions, activities, and entries are the key structural elements of a dscout Diary mission. A mi...
Understanding Manual and Automatic Diary missions
Within dscout Diary, we offer two mission types: manual and automatic. You can change mission typ...
Question types in Diary
In a Diary mission, you can ask questions in a variety of formats! Here are the types of question...
Skip logic in dscout Diary missions
With skip logic, you can jump scouts to a particular question based on their response choice. In ...
Piping (Recall Logic)
Frequently asked questions Setting up piping Viewing piped responses Piping (also known as reca...
Activity due dates and reminders
Due dates help you set clear expectations for scouts participating in your research project. The ...
Express Mission Review Checklist
This checklist highlights the most important elements of an Express mission to ensure that they a...
Test mode in Diary missions
You have the ability to test your mission from a scout's perspective before you start collecting ...
Diary Webpages
dscout can generate a custom webpage (formerly known as splash pages) to aid in onboarding your o...
Diary Templates Overview
Diary Templates help researchers to quickly build a simple, high-quality Diary mission around a k...
Omnichannel research with desktop activities for Diary missions
dscout’s Diary tool now supports omnichannel research designs with the introduction of desktop-ba...
Designing your Diary mission
Whether you're designing your first dscout Diary mission or your 100th, there are some tips and t...
Should I use Live Desktop or Live Mobile?
There is a lot to take into consideration when choosing which device you'd like your scouts to us...
Live Webpages
dscout can generate a custom webpage (formerly known as a splash page) to aid in onboarding a spe...