Getting Started With Nudge for Prototypes
With Qualaroo’s Nudge for Prototypes, you can gather feedback directly from your prototype or wireframe without requiring code installation!
Nudge for Prototypes is a tailored survey that you can add to the design template to test a product feature, design UI, and other elements to get valuable user insights.
Watch this quick video to understand how nudges for prototypes work.
Benefits of Survey Nudge for Prototypes:
Cross-verify your design ideas during the testing phase
Collect user feedback without any developer assistance as it doesn’t require coding
Compatible with prominent leaders in prototyping software
Step 1: In your Qualaroo dashboard, click “Create New.”
Step 2: Hover on “Nudge for Prototype” and click “NEW FROM SCRATCH.”
Step 3: Enter the target URL address and click on “Next.”
Based on the URL, Qualaroo will detect your prototyping tool of choice and will share any tool-specific instructions to prepare for Qualaroo implementation. You’ll have to complete all steps to access full functionality.
Qualaroo currently supports five main prototyping tools, viz. InVision, Marvel, Axure, Figma, and You’llXD. Follow Nudge for Prototypes with a custom URL if you use another tool.
Check out the videos below for a demo of how to use Nudge for Prototypes with your favorite prototyping tools.
Step 4: If your URL is compatible, you will see the following message that your Nudge for Prototypes is ready to create.
If there is an issue with your link (for example, if it is not a public or “shared” link), you’ll receive an error message like the one below to the right of the URL field.
Step 1: If the link you provided is correct and your Nudge is ready to be created, you can now test if Qualaroo will work on this prototype.
Step 2: Click “TEST NOW,” and a new window will show your Nudge Prototype confirmation that Qualaroo has been implemented.
Step 3: When done with testing, click “CREATE.”
To set up your actual nudge:
Select your questions, answers, and branching logic as required.
Continue to the Targeting section to set rules around who will see your nudge.
*For more information on the Edit Tab, please see the ‘Creating your Nudge in the Edit Tab’ section of this help article
Now that you’re on the targeting tab, you will see:
Your original URL
The URL you can use to distribute to your users
Options to determine when, how often, and how long you would like your nudge to fire
Options for how often you would like to receive response notifications
Save the 'Targeting Tab’ settings.
Make any final design changes within the ‘Design Tab.’
Copy your updated URL from the targeting tab and send it to users who want to test your prototype.
Congratulations, you are now ready to gather feedback directly from within your prototype!