Set up an Intercept Questionnaire (Advanced UX Research)

Use these steps to set up an Intercept Questionnaire.

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About Intercept Questionnaires

  • In Advanced UX Research studies, Intercept Questionnaires allow you to intercept participants during a Navigation Task to ask them questions mid-task.
  • When participants get to the intercepting URL you've configured, they see the Intercept Questionnaire.
  • After these questions are answered, they continue where they left off in the Navigation Task.
  • At least one intercept URL has to be set to display this questionnaire.
    • The Intercept questionnaire can be triggered once per participant in a Navigation task.
    • Visiting any of the URLs that you define shows participants the whole Intercept Questionnaire.



Set up an Intercept Questionnaire

  1. Go to the Study Builder section of your study.
  2. Go to the Study section on the left menu.
  3. Click Questionnaires questionnaires_toggle.jpg below the Navigation task.
  4. Choose Intercept Questionnaire.
  5. Configure the questionnaire.
  6. Hover over the first question in the Intercept Questionnaire.
  7. Click Intercept URL intercept_url_button.jpg.
  8. Within the overlay window, click Add Intercept URL add_intercept_url_button.jpg.
  9. Add the URL(s) where you want to intercept participants.
  10. Choose the operator for the condition to match the URL on the participant's browser.
    • Exact
    • Contains
    • Not contains
    • Starts with
  11. Click Save.

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