How Self Captures Explicit Filtering Works

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Our platform now utilizes advanced AI to identify and block inappropriate or explicit content in self-captures. This applies to video, photo, and document responses. By default, all projects will have the 'Hide Explicit Self Captures Responses' option enabled on the project settings page. This means that any potentially inappropriate content will be automatically concealed.

 

 

Customizing Filter Settings

Project owners or editors can customize this setting:

  • To allow all responses to come through, simply deselect the 'Hide Explicit Self Captures Responses' option on the project settings page.

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Visibility of Flagged Responses

When a response is flagged as inappropriate by the system. Editor/Collab/Project owner will see that the response has been blocked:

  • In the “By Respondent” view, flagged responses will be hidden.
  • In the “By Task” view, flagged responses are hidden, and the total response count is adjusted to exclude them.
  • For viewers, flagged responses will appear as if they were unanswered.

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Reviewing and Managing Flagged Content

Editors, Collaborators, and Project Owners have the authority to:

  • Review flagged content from the 'By Respondent' view.
  • Decide whether to agree with the flag (keeping the response blocked) or to override it (unblocking the response if deemed appropriate).

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  • Request a redo of the flagged response.

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  • Delete a respondent entirely from a project within the 'By Respondent' view.

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Downloading Project Data

Any flagged explicit responses will not be part of the downloaded data for Self-captures.

 

Note on Video Duration Limit

The explicit content filter only applies to videos that are 10 minutes or less in duration.

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