Additional Country Filters

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At a Glance

In addition to our standard country filters (Australia, Canada, Germany, India, United Kingdom, and the United States), we also have additional country filters that provide an easy way to target test participants in more countries. 

 

Key Features

Which countries are included?

Who is it for?

Best Practices

How to Launch a Test Using the Additional Country Filters

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Key Features 

  • Access test participants in 30 countries all over the world.
  • Our standard countries (Australia, Canada, Germany, India, United Kingdom, and the United States) feature a large number of participants on the panel, so you can test often. You can also narrow it down to very specific audiences via filters and screener questions and still expect people to fit the defined audience.
  • Additional countries have fewer participants to test with. If you test with the additional countries frequently, you will go through that pool of participants much more quickly (you'll also find it difficult to fill your tests if you have a lot of filters and screeners when testing with additional countries).
  • Standard country filters support the most frequent testing with several screener questions and multiple demographic filters, whereas additional country filters support less frequent testing.

Which countries are included?

We currently offer access to people from 30 "additional" countries. These particular countries have fewer participants than the aforementioned standard nations so, if you're having issues populating your tests with contributors, we recommend studies with fewer screener questions and demographic filters. See the University's What to Do When No One is Taking Your Test training course.

 

Argentina

Israel

Saudi Arabia

Austria

Italy

Singapore

Belgium

Japan

Spain

Brazil

Malaysia

South Africa

Colombia

Mexico

Sweden

Costa Rica

Netherlands

Switzerland

Denmark

New Zealand 

Thailand

France

Norway

United Arab Emirates

Greece

Philippines

 

Indonesia

Poland

 

Ireland

Portugal

 

 

Who is it for?

The additional country filters are for our Advanced, Ultimate, and Premium subscription customers. When you select countries from the list of demographic filters, additional country filters are visible along with our standard country filters. 

 

Best Practices

Additional country filters are best used for small, infrequent studies. This means running roughly one test per month with five participants per test. Remember that we don’t yet have a full panel in these countries, so your studies may fill slowly.

Other best practices include:

  • Minimizing the number of demographic filters you apply to the test.
  • Limiting the number of screener questions you ask prospective contributors. 

See our "What Can I Do if My Test Isn't Filling?" and "What Can I Do if I'm Having Difficulty Recruiting Test Contributors?" articles, which go into these practices in greater depth.

 

How to Launch a Test Using the Additional Country Filters

  1. Log in
    Log into your dashboard.

  2. Create a test
    Click New and scroll down to select Create an unmoderated test.

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  3. Prototype, Website, or App Test
    Select whether you will be testing a website or an app. In this case, we'll select Website.

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  4. Select your panel 
    Select Panels.
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  5. Select your audience
    Click Select Audience.
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  6. Create your audience
    Select Create from scratch.
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  7. Access the countries list 
    Select Countries from the demographic Filters section.
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  8. Choose your countries

    Select your preferred countries from the Additional Country Filters list.
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  9.  Complete your test and launch
    Continue building out your test plan and launch as normal.

 

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