User-friendly software for online qualitative research

Ideal for pre-tasks or standalone online qual bulletin board focus groups, forums,
communities, interviews, diaries and blogs.

Works properly on any device, including mobile, with no need to download an app

Supports multiple languages, with new ones added on request by clients. See below.

Telephone support during UK office hours, with email support at other times.

Services available such as recruitment, moderation and translation.

Languages: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish

 - How it works - 

 

Create account

A company, organisation or individual researcher can create an account on the MRQual software platform.    

Add users

The account creator can invite any number of other moderators, viewers and participants.

Click the button

Users can create new studies at the click of a button, without needing to contact us in advance.

Use on-demand

Users can access all their past and present studies from their account dashboard, at any time.

 - Key features -

 

Free custom branding at account and individual study level

Image, video and other file uploading by moderators and participants

Direct download of transcripts to Word and Excel

Break out rooms, tagging of participants, and more

Closed and open-ended questions, timed display of questions

Safe, secure, and GDPR compliant

Pricing - £200+Vat per study

This is the standard fee for one-off studies, in any (currently supported) language, for any number of participants and any number of days.

 

There is no additional subscription or licence fee. There are no extra fees for extra users, access to previous studies, mobile compatibility, or anything else.

 

Special rates apply for longer term users. Please contact us.

 

 

 

"MrQual is a really nifty piece of software. Having used various platforms before, this one is by far the most intuitive."

Rachel Simmons, Razor Research