With the Diary 2.0 experience, researchers can manage scouts through all of the mission parts in Manage.

Objective

  • Allow researchers to keep track of and manage the progress of scouts in a mission

Keeping track of research participants

We released the new Diary which introduced mission parts. Researchers now can divide their mission into multiple parts. Instead of having to manage research data across multiple missions, they can see all their data divided up into logical parts in one place.

Manage is essentially a powerful table of scouts from a mission. It includes information about a scout’s progress through the mission and all of its parts, it highlights scout ratings, and allows the researcher to mark scouts as completed (mission accomplished).

The progress of scouts in a dscout mission

The groups sidebar is very powerful. A researcher can create groups and put scouts in one or more of these groups. Groups help manage scouts progress and analisis of data.

The ratings sidebar allows researchers to filter their view by scouts ratings.

A better view of the groups and ratings sidebar

Researchers can filter their Manage view by a variety of attributes. On the following image you can see the view of the options for filtering by mission progress: invited to mission, accepted, rejected, and completed the mission.

Researchers can also filter by part progress. Unstarted, in progress, and minimum number of entries completed.

Filtering by mission progress
Filtering by part progress

There are several actions researchers can do by selection one or more scouts on the table.

Manage actions
Opening parts to scouts
Applying scout groups
Messaging a scout
Messaging all scouts
Export data options
Renaming a group
Deleting a group
Creating a group
Creating a group