Part 3: Testing Options

With UserTesting, there is flexibility as to what you can test and how you can collect feedback. This is Part 3 of a series of articles.

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Testing options
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Below are just some of the test options available:

 

 

Choose your test option

  1. From UserTesting's dashboard, select Create test.
  2. Choose between Create a test, Customize a template, or Schedule a live conversation
    Note: Select Schedule a live conversation to run a moderated test.
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  3. Select what you plan to test: a Prototype, a Website, or an App.
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  4. Choose how to reach your audience:
  5. If you select the Build audience path, you’ll navigate to a page where you can choose how to recruit your audience and build your test plan. Read our article for more information on setting up your unmoderated test.
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If you select the Create link path, you’ll arrive at a page where you can customize your test invite link and build your test plan. Read our article for more information on setting up your Invite Network test.

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If you choose the Live Conversation path, you'll arrive on a similar page but with the option to sync your calendar and choose your interview availability. Read our article for more information on setting up a Live Conversation interview.

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Advance to our next article, Part 4:Select Your Audience (Screener Questions)” for steps on recruiting contributors for your test.

 

 

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