Use these steps to include pre-grouped tasks and resulting metrics in your test creation process.
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About Task groups
- Task groups help streamline the test creation process if you have repeated groups of tasks for multiple concepts you're testing.
- Find the results from your multiple tasks organized on the Metrics tab.
- Select the pre-configured task group relevant to your desired outcome:
- Findability: Helps you test if people can locate something in your design.
- Content: Helps you test if the content in your design is straightforward.
- Visual appeal: Helps you test if people find your design attractive.
- Custom: Create your own task group from the available tasks and questions and reuse it for future tests.
- Camera: Choose which tasks you want participants to have their cameras on for.
- Balanced comparison: Gather feedback on two designs from two sets of participants.
- The Findability, Content, and Visual appeal task groups have 5-6 pre-configured tasks. Some of the tasks can be edited, but they cannot be deleted.
- Custom task groups can have anywhere from 1-5 tasks and questions.
- Camera and Balanced comparison task groups can have more than five tasks and questions.
- You cannot nest a task group inside another task group.
How it works
- Go to the test builder.
- Drag and drop the desired Task group into your Test plan.
- Edit the tasks and questions where necessary.
Review the results
- Task groups and results offer a more detailed Metrics tab.
- Results point to instant insights, data visualization, and key learnings while eliminating the need to sift through each result.
- View a brief summary of the grouped task result.
- Review the details in the instant insight summary cards.
Explore the data for each participant in the table view. This shows:
- how long they spent on a task
- their initial reactions
- their understanding rating
Analyze raw data for the task as needed.
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