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Flexibility to test with whoever you want.
Target specific users
Target people using your site or on social platforms with ads to get the exact demographics you’re looking for.
Choose any language
Test with people from all around the world and give them tasks in any language of your choice.
Simply drop a link
Share your unique Userbrain link with as many people as you like by simply dropping them a link via email, text, or Slack.
How to use templates:
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Examples & templates
To make things a little easier, we’ve put together a library of examples and templates from different industries and scenarios to inspire your next user test.View examples
Different task types
You can get your users to test in many different ways. From rating scales to multiple or single choice – you decide what type of task your users will get.
Sit back and relax
Once you’ve set up your test and distributed the links, you can sit back and relax. No scheduling, no moderation — your testers can test in their own time.
Still got questions?
Who should I test with?
Be sure to invite testers that are:
- New to the product or feature you are testing
- Fall into a specific target group.
What about compensation?
What do I need to get started?
- A Userbrain subscription plan
- A bunch of willing user testers
- Test scenarios to test (we’ve got great templates & examples to get you started)
Userbrain tester pool vs. testing with your own testers, what’s the difference?
By testing with Userbrain testers you can save time, money and still get the results you need. On the other hand, testing with your own testers gives you the option to test with a very specific target audience and/or language. Both have their benefits and ultimately it’s up to you.
If you choose to test with our pool of testers, it means you can set up your test, relax and get results in just a few hours. You can also choose basic demographics. When testing with your own testers you can choose very specific demographics but have to recruit, pay, and manage them yourself.
Generally speaking, we’ve discovered that no matter what the demographics of a tester are, they find out what’s working for your product — and what’s not.