The Fundamentals of Report CardMR

Report Cards enable research participants to provive creative and thoughtful feedback in a simple, responsive format.

Report CardMR displays both qualitative and quantitative questions on a single page alongside a relevant stimulus in order to gather quick, actionable feedback. This tool produces interactive feedback cards from a range of question types and stimuli. Once
published, report cards can be set as a one-off or repeating task depending on research objectives.

Common question types added to report cards include free-form text boxes, multiple choice questions, sliding-scales and media responses. Uploaded media such as images, videos and screenshots add an extra layer of depth that can be used to bring insight to life.

In this three-part email series, delivered over the course of a week, we'll run you through the basics. This will include how to set up new Report Cards, add questions and provide two real-life use cases:

  • Day #1 - An overview of Report Cards and how to set up new tasks
  • Day #3 - A deep dive into adding questions to Report Card tasks
  • Day #5 – Two real-life examples of how brands are using Report Cards

To sign up, simply fill out the form on this page and you'll receive the first email within a few minutes. You can also view the full list of available InsightHub email courses here, or click visit our Help site where full documentation is available.