How to navigate through my experiments list?

All your experiments (including the Example Experiments) are readily available under the My experiments page.

The interface is shown as below:

Manage Experiments interface

There are a few useful tools for navigating and filtering your experiments:

  1. Use the search bar to quickly search for experiments, experiment types, or tags.
  2. You can use this dropdown to sort the experiments based on their names, creation dates, or update dates.
  3. The tag list that you have created. By default, the only tag is “All Experiments”.
  4. The Create button allows you to quickly create experiments and tags.
  5. You can navigate to other pages of the experiments list.

Using search bar to find experiments

If you have a lot of experiments, you may find it difficult to look for a particular experiment quickly. In such cases, you can use the search bar near the top of the platform to find the experiment by keying in one of the following:

  • Name or keywords of the experiment
  • Status (Ready, not launched, paused, etc)
  • Tag
  • Experiment type (Generic Conjoint, Brand-Price Trade-Off, etc)
Search for experiment

Using tags to filter and organise experiments

Tags allow you to group several experiments together for easy filtering and organisation. To create a tag, you can follow the steps below:

  1. Click the Create button at the bottom of the page, then select Tag
  2. A pop-up window will appear asking for the name of the tag, input the name and click Save.
  3. The tag will be shown on the tags list below All experiments. On this tags list, you may share the tag, edit its name or delete it if necessary.
  4. Drag the tag towards the experiment you would like to tag, or hold and drag the experiment toward the tag to assign the tag to the experiment.
Steps of creating tags
  1. You can also remove an experiment’s tag by clicking the sign on the tag on the experiment’s card
Steps of deleting tags