There’s no limit to the number of participants you can recruit, so you can share you test without worrying about hitting a ceiling. Plus, UsabilityHub tests are fun for participants, so don’t hold back—invite as many as you like!
Share a single link with your participants and we’ll split them randomly between two or more tests, allowing you to test different design variations with a isolated audiences and measure their performance independently. We call them variation sets.
Sometimes you need to ask a lot of questions to find the right answer. When running lots of user tests you can chain them together and invite participants to take them all in sequence with a single link.
Give your participants a seamless experience by adding your logo and brand colors to your test. You can also set a customized message at the end of your test to thank participants in your own words, or even show your appreciation with a coupon code.
Enrich your results by asking participants to provide a demographic information about themselves. You can choose the attributes you’re interested in, including their age, gender, country, and education level. Use this information to filter results and uncover deeper trends.
Provide any URL for us to redirect participants after completing a test (or sequence of tests) and complete the experience on your own website. You can even track completes and individual participants by creating individualized invitation links.
Haven’t launched yet, or want an audience that’s not too familiar with your interface? Our on-demand panel of respondents from around the world can deliver fast results without breaking the bank.
Only on the free plan. On the Basic plan tests are unbranded. On the Pro and Team plans you can add your own branding, including your colors and logo, and add a custom thank-you message.
Definitely. Use your recruitment link to gather responses from anywhere you like. If you need help tracking completes just reach out to our friendly support team.
Yes, really. There’s no limit to the number of participants you can invite, responses you can collect, or how long your test can run. You can disable the test link if you want to stop collecting responses.