When creating a study, you may have a particular type of participant in mind. Targeting this specific audience will yield customer feedback that will help you make the right decisions as you develop your products, campaigns, or other digital experiences.
Creating screener questions is an easy, efficient way to help zero in on the most suitable participants for your study. Over time, your team may accumulate a wide variety of questions, with some that worked well and others not as much.
To help make screener questions easy to use and manage, we’ve added screener management capabilities to the UserTesting platform that give customers the ability to easily save previously used screeners questions. Saved screener questions are available at the account level, across multiple workspaces.
How it works
You can make changes to screener questions that you’ve used in the past after creating a new study.
Deleting past screener questions
If you’d like to delete screener questions that you’ve used in the past, first select View Saved Questions in the Screener section of your study.
You’ll see a list of all the screener questions you and your team have used in the past sorted by the date it was saved.
Please note: Deleted questions are removed from anyone who has access to your team’s account, so be sure your teammates won’t need a question before deleting.
Next, scroll through the list to find the question that you’d like to delete. In the example below, we've discovered a typo in the question that we've since updated to correct.
Once you've found the question that you'd like to delete for your entire team, select Delete saved question.
After selecting Delete, you'll be given one last chance to confirm that you want to delete the question from your entire team's account.
If you're sure you want to delete the question, select Delete and the question will be removed from your team's saved screener questions.
Titling your screener questions
It can be helpful to quickly choose from your screener questions by giving them descriptive titles. You’ll have the option to title your questions when you select Save or Save as when modifying your questions.
If you choose not to title your screener question, the platform will automatically use the first 40 characters of the question for the title.
Let us know what you think!
We’d love to know what you think of the new and improved screener question management feature, so give it try and share your feedback with us by emailing email@example.com.