This brief guide will provide further information on how to create a video response task that requires translation. How this looks from a respondent's perspective. And how to translate your responses once they have been completed by respondents.
How to Create a Video Response Task That Requires Translation
Navigate to your project overview page, select the Respondents tab, to access your Self Captures to live project tab, and create a new activity.
Using a name that helps quickly identify the market & language will be helpful when you review your responses.
When setting up the Self Captures activity to send to respondents in non-English languages, the welcome message and task instructions should be set up in the respondent’s native language. Google Translate will be used in our example.
Once you have added all tasks you would respondents to complete click "Save & Next"
In order to translate the responses to English when reviewing the submissions, the ‘Respondent Language’ must be set to any language that is not English based. Responses in languages outside of the set respondent language could lead to processing errors.
Once you have completed the activity setting click "Save & Next" to complete your activity and send links to your respondents.
Respondents' view of submitting the video response.
The video response is now uploading.
Respondents have the option to add comments to their submissions.
Once the task is complete respondents click "I'm Done" when they are ready to submit the activity.
Respondent receives a thank you message.
How to Translate Video Responses by Task
Navigate to your project overview page, select the Respondents tab, to access your Self Captures to live project tab,
Click "View all Responses"
Translate responses by task by clicking the slider to the right
image example of responses translated by task
How to Translate Responses by Respondent
Click the "By Respondents" button, and move the translate slider to the right
image example of responses translated by respondent