Speed and storytelling play a big part in a researcher's job, and we’re here to help with that blank document staring back at you.
After clustering a project's data into themes, click on the AI button in the toolbar or on a specific theme to generate a new insight. From there you can use AI to suggest an insight statement and a structured narrative around that theme... in seconds.
Whether this unblocks your creativity, reveals errors or bias, or provides a perspective you might have missed, we hope this new feature becomes the research collaborator you can't work without.
As you tag data, like transcripts or notes, we suggest tags at the top of your tags list.
The suggestions are based on the keywords added in your tags taxonomy and the content you've previously highlighted and tagged. The more you tag, the better suggestions will be. The more keywords used to define your tags, the better suggestions will be.
Happy tagging!
Import csv
You can import a .csv file in the Analysis section of any Notably project. With just a couple clicks, you can populate your participant database and generate hundreds of notes that are tagged and ready for analysis.
As long as there's a column titled "Notes", "Tags", and "Participant" we'll do the rest of the heavy lifting.
Feel free to try it yourself by downloading this spreadsheet or read the FAQ article for more on importing and exporting data inside a Notably project.
Participant Management isn’t
a dedicated place to track and recruit people from your audience. It plays an important part in analysis, too.
Every participant now has their own unique color value, and you can recolor the analysis board by “All Participants” or by one specific participant. This gives you an instant lens to visualize how people in your study are distributed across themes.
No more manually changing the color of sticky notes.
You now have an entirely new experience for managing participants alongside the research they contributed to in Notably.
It’s easier than ever to find people to participate in your upcoming study and look back on the impact a person or company has made on your research.
With this update, you’ll be able to answer questions like:
  • How has this person contributed to research over time?
  • What are some things this person has said about an experience?
  • How big of an impact has this company or role made on our research?
  • Where are there gaps in our audience?
  • What persona types haven't we talked to enough?
  • And more…
Any insight or collection of insights you create in Notably can now be turned into a shareable page. No login is required. At the top of each insight, you'll find a new "share" button that generates a unique link. Simply toggle it off if you'd like to un-publish it from the internet.
Some ways you can start using shareable insights right now:
  • Quickly chat links to research insights in company channels
  • Link to research insights as a reference in documentation
  • Open-source research findings to the community
We hope this reduces the friction it takes to get your research in front of the people who need to act on it.
You can create squares, circles, triangles, and diamonds on the Notably canvas to:
  • Design empathy and journey maps
  • Set up frameworks, like a 2x2
  • Map out a user experience or flow chart
  • Create a hierarchy on your affinity diagram
The possibilities are endless for how these shapes can be used. With this update, you'll be able to uncover even richer, meaningful insights in your data without having to reach for another tool, and all the shuffling of data that comes with it.
We launched lines and text into beta on the toolbar, now located at the bottom of your screen in the analysis section of your Notably project.
This gives you new ways to draw, model, and pull apart data with frameworks like journey maps or empathy maps. We're excited about creating a dynamic and creative space for you to play with qualitative data unlike anywhere else. Happy analyzing 🙃
Good news! You can now export data from the Analysis section of any Notably project as either a .csv or .png.
A .csv export will include the content of the note along with tags, and the participant.
The .png export is an exact image of what you can see on the canvas, so zoom in or out and pan around to get the perfect crop to include in an insight or to share with your team.
Now that you can add research evidence to insights in Notably, including audio and video clips, it’s easier than ever to:
  • Build trust through evidence-based storytelling
  • Create empathy by bringing research conversations to life
  • Craft dynamic insights that inspire action
Today we released the ability to edit the timestamps of video clips. If the highlight you’ve added from the transcript is slightly off from the video timestamp, you can edit the start time so the text and video from your highlights are always in sync and accessible to others.
We hope this makes it easier to create dynamic clips in analysis and insights to share with teams, inspire action, and more.
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