Getting Started

How do you get started with ProofPilot? The first thing you’ll want to do with ProofPilot is design a study. But what study do you design? What kinds of studies can ProofPilot support? How does the ProofPilot protocol design language work?
If you have these questions, this section is for you. ProofPilot, as a platform is easy enough to use for a research novice. At the same time, it is powerful enough for a career researcher.
There’s a common question immediately after you get started designing a study. How does this study turn into a participant experience? How does the participant join this study? This getting started section will also help you understand how your study protocol turn into a participant experience.
Once you get the basics, you the “How to Use ProofPilot” resources allow you to diver deeper into specific topics.
Welcome Aboard!

Inviting Collaborators

ProofPilot understands that there are lots of details that you need to work out with your collaborators as you design your study. Therefore, we’ve provided a collaboration feature for you on every study task. When you click on a task...

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Creating Your First Study

An Empty Study Flow Page Your empty study flow page gives you the opportunity to add arms, and study tasks, and tie them together with rules. There are separate support articles for each of these tasks. A Couple of Fast...

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How to Read the Study Flow Page

The study flow page is mission control. It is your birds-eye view of the overall study protocol. Unlike traditional study protocols that are written out in MS Word Documents, ProofPilot presents a visual summary first, that you drill into for...

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How does the study flow page turn into a participant experience?

This article is a condensed version of a post on the ProofPilot blog on ProofPilot’s approach to study protocol organization and automation. You can read the whole article here. Micro-interactions are unique moments that revolve around the completion of a single...

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