At a Glance
Invite Network (formerly My Recruit) gives UserTesting customers the ability to create and launch a study with anyone, anytime—on-demand. It gives companies the ability to get insights from unique demographics that may not be on the UserTesting Contributor Network—people that may not be familiar with user research. This article shares what the experience is like for test contributors recruited through Invite Network.
Here’s what your participants will see when invited to join a study set up using My Recruit:
Step 1: The invitation
Invite Network contributors will first be notified that they’ve been selected as a contributor by you. Typically this is done via email but can be shared in any way that enables you to include a link to the test (e.g. Slack, company intranet, instant messenger, etc.).
Step 2: Installing the browser extension or mobile app
Your test contributors will need to install either a Chrome browser extension for desktop* or the UserTesting mobile app for their iOS or Android device to participate in your study. After a contributor clicks the link to ‘get started’ they’ll be guided through the appropriate steps.
Note: For Live Conversation sessions, Invite Network contributors use Zoom and therefore do not have to download a UserTesting recorder. They will, however, need to be able to join a Zoom meeting on their computer or mobile device.
*Test contributors that don’t use Chrome will still be instructed to download UserTesting’s Screen Recorder software.
Step 3: Testing tips
Before your contributors begin their test, they’ll be given a few tips to help assure their test runs smoothly, including pointers on using the recorder, disabling notifications, and setting up the microphone.
Step 4: Completing the test
Once the test contributor is ready, they’re free to begin sharing their insights! After they’ve completed their test they’ll be thanked for participating and notified that their test has been submitted to you.
Watch a demo
Watch the videos below for a quick demonstration of the Invite Network test contributors' experience for desktop.
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