Share research conclusions via project reports
The most powerful way to make stakeholders understand the thinking and process behind your findings is via the UserBit project report feature. Project reports are highly customizable and mobile friendly. Your viewers will not need an account on UserBit to view them. Check out a sample!
You can now create several unique reports for each research project! Want to show only insights in one while notes in the other? You can easily do that now. Want to create separate versions of reports for different sets of stakeholders? Easy peasy! Just add a new report and customize it however you like.
You can easily pick what you want to add to your report and where.
- Interview - individual or group
- Notes - individual or folder
- Insight - individual or group
- Ad-hoc blank pages - for custom content
You can insert from the above content anywhere in the report allowing you to create your research findings story however you like.
Not happy with the order of the content within a report? You can easily reorder sections in a drag & drop friendly view.
On the resulting popup, you can easily move contents around to re-organize your report.
As you add your custom headers in the report, the table of content automatically updates to show you the various sections. You can jump to any section on the report by clicking on the relevant title within the TOC.
The report toolbar also gives you a way to quickly jump to any section in the report. This functionality is also available in the published report so your stakeholders can navigate the various sections with ease.
By default, UserBit generates un-guessable links for your reports which means only those with direct access to the link will be able to view them. But now, you can add an extra layer of security to your reports by protecting them with an access code.
Once activated, report viewers will be prompted for an access code before they are able to view the report content.
The new reports feature on UserBit not only allows you to showcase your hard work however you want but also makes it easy to socialize the 'why' behind your product decisions.