Custom variables

Track specific testers' responses by adding custom variables on the share link.

Bill Kirimkiridis avatar
Written by Bill Kirimkiridis
Updated over a week ago

When you are sending a test via our share link, all the responses and results we are collecting are anonymous.

Here at Useberry, a unique respondent is called a Session.

The only things you know about a session are the following:

Date: The date that the respondent took the test.

Country: The country of the respondent.

Device: The device of the respondent.

Name: A unique name of the respondent (you can change it anytime to a more friendly name).

There are cases that you want to track a specific tester or a specific group of testers and create a segment for them or identify them on your results.

This can be done by adding Custom Variables on the share link.

Custom Variables are a set of keys-values that can help you identify those sessions on your results and filter them out via our filters or even create a segment for them.

e.g. You want to collect results from a specific Slack group called UXDesigners

Your custom variables could be






Your final url looks like this:

Tip: You can add as many custom variables as you want.

The result of the specific session will look like this:

You can filter out the results and create a segment for them by adding a filter.

Another (more advanced) example.

You want to send a Useberry link on your mailing list and you want to know who responded and what.

Create a campaign on your favorite email marketing tool and create a dynamic template by adding a custom variable at the end of the Useberry link.

Assume you want to identify the responses by their email, you can add on your email template{dynamic variable}

The recipient with the email address: will receive

The recipient with the email address: will receive


Please reach out to your dev team or your email marketing tool to learn how to create dynamic templates.

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