Single Response View

Voxpopme Help Team UK -

Single response view provides a larger video player, more space for the transcript, a keyword search box and a whole host of other platform features.

Click on the three button menu and select Single Response View to get started.

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First of all check out the video response. If you're loading a long response, it may take a moment to load. You can skip through the response using the scrub bar, or use the speed up and slow down options.

  • Use the grey arrow icon to increase the size of the video player.

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  • View the full transcript of the response. Use the keyword search to discover a particular word within the transcript. 
  • Once you've searched for a word, scroll through to view where the keyword was mentioned. The keyword will be highlighted.

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  • Highlight a snippet of text you wish to view. Select Preview to watch the response snippet. Alternatively, copy the text or add the snippet to a showreel list.

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  • Additional Data - View the additional data passed through to the Voxpopme platform with each video response, providing additional context to the video.

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  • Themes - Voxpopme's advanced thematic analysis finds and groups the most prominent themes within your research project. By selecting a themed tile, you will see the snippets of the response where the theme has been mentioned within the video.

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  • Lists - Any snippets from this response that have been added to a showreel list will appear in the Lists section. Select the Lists tab to view the snippets from the response that have been added.
  • Tags - Add notes and comments to each video response with tags. View any tags that have already been added to the responses within the Tags section too.
  • Annotations - Annotations allows the labelling of particular tasks, actions or behaviours within a response. Any annotations added will be displayed in this section.
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