Next, write questions for every one of your criteria. Like any good survey, it’s important to write questions that don’t reveal the “right” answers — some people will try to game the survey so they can get your $75 incentive.
The GV research sprint: Start recruiting participants (day 1)
Michael Margolis
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Michael Margolis thanks a lot for putting out this fantastic series on the Research Sprint. We have just recently used it extensively and it enabled us to have very productive user research sessions! :)

I have one question though: We really struggled to come up with screener questions that don’t reveal the answer, so I was wondering whether you have any more ideas / tips / links / examples to learn from… I think it’s a real art that needs practicing, but I was hoping you could help with some pointers to good material. Would be highly appreciated!

Best regards,
Thomas

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