Participate in Studies
Learn About Yourself. Earn Rewards. Contribute to Breakthroughs.
Browse Studies & Press Join
Start with some basic information about the study to see if it interests you. If so, press join. You can participate in studies across whatever internet connected device you have access to.
No app downloads are required for most studies on ProofPilot
Register and Login
Won’t take you more than a couple of seconds. Register with Google, with an e-mail, with an SMS enabled telephone number. Choose a password. Done.
Participating in multiple studies? You only have to join ProofPilot once!
Is the Study Right for You?
While every study on ProofPilot is a bit different, most start with some kind of survey to make sure you are good fit.
Answer the questions honestly, if this study isn't right for you, there are others that may be.
Consent & Agree to Participate
Every study on Proofpilot is reviewed by a third party to ensure it meets the strictest standards. Before officialy joining any study, make sure you understand the risks and benefits of participating by reviewing and signing the informed consent.
Complete Study Tasks
Every study is a little different. Each task will have a unique set of directions. You might complete surveys, order products, or simply say you've completed an activity.
Follow the directions & complete the task.
Take a selfie for a skin health study
Get Reminders & Stay Up to Date
Studies on ProofPilot can last anywhere from a couple of days to a couple o years. There might be multiple tasks a day or only one task every couple of months. Keep up with your study asks by subscribing to e-mail, SMS, push notifications, and calendar feeds.
Earn Rewards & Insights
As you complete study tasks, you’ll unlock rewards in the form of discount, gift cards and insights about yourself. You can always go to your ProofPilot wallet to see what you’ve got available.
And Contribute to Breakthroughs
Every study you join, every piece of data you submit will help answer important questions about what works (and what doesn’t to improve your personal, and our societal health.