One of the most commonly used research question types is a quantitative poll. Within Recollective, you can use polls for a variety of different purposes that extend beyond the typical data collection and result analysis. Everything from pre-registration screening, standard activity designs, or in-depth profiling questions can all be done using polls in Recollective. In today’s blog, we’ll look at one application of Recollective’s unique take on Polls: the Poll Task!
- What is the Poll Task?
- What can you do with the Poll Task?
- Data Visualization
“I won’t believe it, until I see it.” – every DM ever
As touched on in a previous post (Online Qualitative @SCALE), video was touted to have huge potential as a medium for qualitative insight and understanding. Beyond the fact that videos are one of the dominant ways in which people communicate in today’s online and social media environments, videos also help with direct research efforts.
Adding video collection to your research designs – or designing your research around video collection – can help improve the actionability of your results in many ways:
- More genuine data with connection and depth
- Higher productivity due to video collaboration
- Improved customer experiences