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Tutorial: Recording participant responses

FindingFive allows you to record a number of different types of participant responses. This blog post will cover the basics of how to collect your data using choice responses, ratings, free-text responses, and audio responses, along with a few ways to customize various types of responses. Soliciting choice responses A common response to solicit from participants is a choice among…

Launching and Managing Sessions

In this tutorial, we’ll go through the steps involved in running your study on FindingFive. First, we will discuss how to start and manage sessions, and then we will discuss how to examine the data. Starting a session Managing active/scheduled and finished sessions Looking at the data Starting a session Once you’ve confirmed that your study is ready to run,…

Crash Course: Building Your First Study

FindingFive allows you to quickly and easily design experiments for deployment on the web. In this crash course, we will take a detailed tour through some of FindingFive’s features by designing a simple memory study: a modification of Craik and Tulving (1975). We highly recommend you follow through this example carefully before creating your own experiment. This crash course focuses…