If you're not able to target your desired audience with our available demographic fields, you can use screener questions. This is an optional feature when you're creating a study.
- Assistance with screener questions
- Recommended number of screener questions
- How to create screener questions
- How to edit screener questions
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There are no limits to the the number of screener questions you may have, however, the more screener questions you use, the more likely you'll accidentally screen out your intended prospective participants.
We recommend you stick with three screener questions for any particular study. Remember you don't need to create custom screeners for age, gender, income, country, devices and a few other key items as these demographic filters are built into the study creation process.
When creating your study, you’ll see the option to add screener questions below the Choose Your Target Audience section.
Select Screener Question to begin writing a new question or select View saved questions to select from previously-used screeners.
Next, write out a question that will qualify or disqualify participants for your study. For example, if you’d like to conduct your study only with individuals who work in the financial services, internet services, and news media communications, you can screen by occupation industry as shown below.
Select Accept for participants to be accepted into your study, and select Reject for participants that would not meet your criteria.
You can easily edit your screener questions before a study has been picked up by participants. Just edit the question directly from your dashboard and either Save to apply your changes to a saved question or Save As to create a new saved question.
You can also Duplicate to add an additional copy of the question which you can then modify as needed, or Delete a question from your study.
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