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dscout 5/20/2021

Iterative Study Designs: Why (and How) to Follow Up on Qual Research

Iterative studies are an incredible tool expanding on your insights. Dive into a handful of use cases and pull inspiration from our study on remote learning.

dscout 5/6/2021

Insights Three Ways: Express Mission Designs For A Range of Outputs

We wanted to know about young adults’ pandemic experience. We designed three, quick-turn Express missions—each of which produced vastly different (but widely valuable) types data. 

dscout 3/30/2020

Qual Research at the Speed and Scale Innovation Demands (New dscout Releases)

Now, more than ever, qual research needs to be accessible, flexible, and fast. Here are two new platform features that should expand your research capacity.

dscout 12/19/2019

What We Heard From Our Users (and What We Did About it) In 2019

We learned a lot, listened a lot, built a lot, and fixed a lot in 2019. Here’s an overview of what we heard from you, and how we improved. 

dscout 5/6/2019

Even Further In-Context: Better Recruiting and Collaboration Through dscout

What’s new to the dscout platform for remote qual—source qualified participants easier, share across your team and create video playlists in the platform

dscout 1/5/2019

Introducing: Omnichannel Research on dscout (Includes Study Design Templates for Your Next Project)

Learn more about our new omnichannel research capabilities, steal a sample study design, or get access to a sample project to explore the feature set for yourself.

dscout 1/3/2019

The Top 10 Ways we Made dscout Better, Faster and Easier to Use in 2018

With platform improvements big and small: here are 10 of the upgrades we’re proud to deliver from 2018.

dscout 11/8/2018

The dscout Tip Sheet

A resource featuring advice and pro tips on how researchers can better use dscout.

Last updated 12-4-2018

dscout 11/1/2018

7 Ways dscout Gets You from Questions to Insights Faster

Shave weeks off your recruiting and analysis timelines. Here’s how dscout can help you find the right people for your study, and surface the right insights from their responses.

dscout 11/1/2018

5 Easy Ways to Craft More Impactful Deliverables with dscout

Want a good way to elevate your deliverable? Here’s how dscout can help you out.

dscout 10/6/2018

Sharing is Essential: Collaborating and Socializing Insights with dscout

Research insights mean nothing in a vacuum. Here are some tools for bringing stakeholders onboard early, often, and meaningfully.  

dscout 6/13/2018

Announcing dscout Live

Talk to scouts. In context. Anywhere. Anytime.

dscout 4/12/2018

dscout Raises $7.5 Million Series B Funding Round

Platform helps companies better understand people’s experience in the context of everyday life

dscout 3/14/2018

Spotting Patterns in Qualitative Data with the Analysis Tab

How to easily surface rich data from your qualitative research in dscout.

dscout 2/14/2017

Having Empathy, Seeking Empathy: How we Built our New Builder

dscout’s VP of Product gets meta on research and product design

dscout 1/23/2017

Defending Against the White Walkers

A primer for researchers on the security of your dscout data.

dscout 12/15/2016

“Everyone Who Isn’t Us is the Enemy.”

dscout + privacy: How we protect our scouts’ information.

dscout 12/13/2016

Introducing New Assisted Projects

A new bundle of research services from dscout helps support your research needs.

dscout 12/7/2016

The Wonderful World of Work at dscout

A Research Advisor shares her take on dscout careers and culture.

dscout 11/17/2016

3 Platform Updates for Easier, Faster Analysis

Try and see our new menus, filters and search features.

dscout 9/13/2016

Qualitative Research Quotes and Verbatims

Introducing instant cut-and-paste magic in the dscout platform.

dscout 8/1/2016

A Snippet by Any Other Name is Just an Entry

A simpler lexicon for a simpler first-time user experience.

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