Study Tasks

Defining Text and Background Colors

To maintain a customized look and feel, ProofPilot allows you to add photos to the task intro and study recruitment page and change the text and background color. In locations where the color change is possible, you’ll notice various color blocks. Click...

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Image size, proportion and file formats

ProofPilot supports JPG, PNG and static gif file formats. If you are interested in using an animated gif, please contact us at crew@proofpilot.com. While there are no specific file size specifications, remember that many participants will engage in your study...

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Assign Tasks Only to Participants in Certain Arms

To create unique experiences across arms, you can create rules that only trigger in one or more arms. To do so, create or edit a task, and click “Activation and Expiration Criteria” and click on the arms that you want...

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Creating an Activation Rule

Rules are among the most important features of ProofPilot. You’ll find rules in Every single task you create.  Activation & expiration criteria determine when the tasks are available to participants and study tasks to complete. Eligibility. Use rules to determine who...

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Finding Great Graphics for Your Study

ProofPilot is designed to help you think about the participant experience as you design the study. Participants like visuals. ProofPilot encourages you to find the best visuals you can. It will help create the best participant experience. You will need...

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Why Does EMR Integration Stay in Beta?

ProofPilot is very excited about the access possibilities to EMR data for research. The ProofPilot EMR connection template allows approximately 170 million Americans the opportunity to easily approve and share their electronic medical record data with your study on ProofPilot....

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I need a validated measure or tool, and ProofPilot doesn't support it

At ProofPilot we work hard to balance validity with access and ease of use. If there’s a connected health device that’s expensive and difficult to use, few studies will be able to afford it, and many participants will stop using...

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Deleting a Task in One Arm While Keeping it in Another

Sometimes, you create a task, and later decide that it doesn’t belong in all the arms you placed it in. In this case, you’re not actually deleting a task, but changing what arm it gets assigned to. First, click on...

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Visual Cheat Sheet to Adding Tasks on ProofPIlot

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