Duplicating projects

Saving time with project duplication

A duplicated study will keep all of your configured options intact, giving you a template to use again ('Duplicate') or the option to repeat an old study with new stimuli ('Duplicate without stimuli'). For example, when launching the same study in several markets it is useful to use copies, keeping all variables the same but changing the launch country.

Duplications are useful for domains with lots of users too. Many people can configure studies using duplications to maintain standardization. However, all the options duplicated can still be edited in the new copy. Before duplicating a project, you'd want to share it with your domain users or user groups. Find out how to do that here.

How to duplicate

The easiest way to find and duplicate any study you've created or that has been shared with you is by going to the Projects page in the My Account menu.

Scroll, search, or filter to find a draft or previous study you would like to duplicate and use the menu to create the new study. You will be immediately redirected to the draft configuration to make any changes and proceed to launch.

If you have recently downgraded to our self-serve tier: While you will be able to view the reports of studies completed prior to downgrading, you will not be able to duplicate these studies as detailed above. However, studies you complete moving forward you will be able to duplicate.

Duplicating with or without stimuli

When duplicating projects with stimuli, all tags and information specific to them will be saved as well. If you choose to not save the stimuli you'll need to load new ones, name them, and tag them. Read more about the importance of tagging

Custom questions

Another great benefit of duplicating studies is that custom questions are reproduced. These questions are not templatized, giving you the option to adapt them to answer your unique business problems. A duplicated custom question keeps all the same attributes, making for easier comparison when reporting. 

Duplicated studies will automatically include the following preferences:

  • Country
  • Audience preferences: gender, age, region
  • Sample size
  • Introduction: the introductory statement, whether a video or image is shown before the stimuli, what the stimuli are
  • Optional questions: attributes, behavior change, unique and different, relevance, believability
  • Custom questions
  • Stimuli (if the option 'Duplicate' and not 'Duplicate without stimuli' is selected)
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