Hello there - welcome to the Voxpopme portal 👋!
This short guide provides a brief introduction to getting started with your video insights. Strap yourselves in!
Getting to Know Your Dashboard
When logging into the Voxpopme portal, you’ll land on the dashboard view. Displayed here are your most recently viewed projects and lists. This is unique to you, and will update as you move through your projects and lists in the portal.
What’s a project?
A project contains the video responses captured for a particular study. Select the project you wish to review the responses of. From here, you can view the video responses, review the transcripts, search and filter your content, check out Theme Explorer, sentiment analysis, the word cloud and more.
What’s a list?
A list is a collection of the video clips and slides that you would like to create a showreel from. Create lists from within projects by selecting the clips you’d like included.
Navigating the Platform
Create new project
Use the Create new project button, accessible from the dashboard and projects view, to create and launch your studies. Start building your study with the Project Setup Wizard, use best practices and templated questions to design your study in minutes, and distribute with ease.
Use the left-hand navigation to view all of the projects on your account that you have access to. For each project you will see the project name and question asked, as well as other supporting information. Use the checkbox selection to choose multiple projects you wish to analyze together.
Using the same left-hand navigation, view all the lists on your account that you have access to. By clicking into a list, you can view any showreels that have been created from the list. These showreels can be downloaded or a sharable landing page can be created.
Use the search bar to search across all of your projects and lists, as well as all of the responses within the projects. When searching against the responses, the system will look for your search term in the responses’ transcripts, additional data, and tags added.
We know you’re keen to get going, but if you’d like to check out any other supporting documents before getting started we recommend the below: