Multi-Session Mode

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Do you have the same participants coming back for multiple sessions within a single study? This new mode can help from scheduling >> calendar. Beware it can get pretty tricky very quickly, because you can set rules about which follow up times are available based on what time a session is. For example, if you have a session with one participant at 9am on Tuesday, and you want them to come back for a 2nd session, BUT you need a minimum of two days between sessions, you can set that option, and then when they get invited back automatically, they will only see times that match that rule. Confusing, right? It should save you tons of time sorting through participants, and check out the workflow below:

 

1. Turn on Multi-Session Mode

Make sure to set any options

 

2. Define which session is on which day

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3. Review Next Session Invite Email

Make sure our language under scheduling >> emails for the "subsequent session" invite works for your study needs. It's not bad out of the box, but at least double-check it.

 

4. Go to Review & Pay (You don't have to pay AND invite)

You'll notice when Multi Session Mode (MSM) is on, there is a "Review & Pay" at the top of your screen. Go here to review participants and choose who is invited to the next session or dismiss or pay them. That's it!

Keep in mind the "dismissed" or "invited to session X" status will show up everywhere in Ethnio – responses, pool, etc.

 

5. Participant Picks the Next Session Time

If you've pre-defined each open interview spot to be a specific session #, which we recommend, then your participant who has been invited to pick a time for their next session will only see the session #2 times, or whatever session they've been invited to:

Keep in mind, for subsequent sessions, participants are confirmed immediately and can only pick one time, because they are already qualified. There's no need to hassle them with yet another confirmation step. You'll also be notified with a scheduling alert email that includes their new session number:

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