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Platform Changes
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Written by Thanos Kamvysis
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Currently, a Useberry account consists of a single workspace that can contain multiple projects. With the upcoming update, each account will be associated with a Team. Each Team will have the ability to create multiple workspaces, and within each workspace, multiple projects can be created.

Old Useberry architecture:

Account → Workspace → Projects → Versions

New Useberry architecture:

Account → Team(s) → Workspaces → Projects → Versions


The SUS and Demographics blocks will be accessible to all users, regardless of their team plan.

Multiple Task block

The Multiple Tasks block will no longer be available for new studies. For users who have previously utilized the Multiple Tasks block, each task within that block will be transformed into an individual Single Task block. To provide an example, if you had a Multiple Tasks block with four tasks, it will be automatically converted into four separate Single Task blocks.

Screening Questions, Legal Screen, Password Protect

The Screening Questions, Legal Screen, and Password Protect features will be relocated from blocks to the Sharing Link Options. These features will be accessible to all users with paid plans, regardless of the plan tier. However, please note that these features will not be available for the Participant Pool functionality.

Limited edit access

On the Create tab, editing is restricted for versions that have already collected responses or have an active target audience. If you wish to make edits to the fields in such versions, you have two options: duplicate the version to create a new editable copy, or delete all sessions from the Results tab, which will allow you to modify the existing version. For information on which fields are editable for each block, you can refer to this link here.

Figma & Adobe XD plugins

In the previous version of Useberry's platform, there were two options to import prototypes from Figma and Adobe XD. You could import prototypes either through a URL using our web integration or through our plugins. However, in the latest version, we have streamlined the process and implemented a single method for importing prototypes to maintain consistency. You can now import your Figma and Adobe XD prototypes easily and quickly from our web integration, without the need to leave the Useberry platform.

For Figma users who have previously uploaded prototypes using the Useberry plugin with the share link option, you will be able to synchronize those prototypes directly from the Useberry platform.


All Collaborators, including viewers and editors, who have been invited to projects will be transformed into team members and assigned the "Collaborator" role. They will retain access to the projects they were initially invited to as viewers or editors, and they will not occupy any seats on your team.

You have the ability to change the role of a "Collaborator" to one of the new roles provided by Useberry, such as admin, manager, member, or viewer. However, once you have made this change, you cannot revert their role back to "Collaborator."

If you assign a "Collaborator" the role of admin, manager, or member, and your team has available seats, they will automatically occupy a seat. However, if your team does not have any available seats, you will be prompted to upgrade the total number of seats in your current plan. On the other hand, if you change the role of a "Collaborator" to the new "Viewer" role offered by Useberry, they will not occupy a seat.

For example, if a user was invited as a collaborator (either as an editor or viewer) in three projects, each belonging to a different workspace (thus having access to one project per workspace), they will automatically join three teams and three workspaces (one workspace for each team). They will only have access to the project they were initially invited to and will not be able to access other projects within the same workspace.

If you want them to have access to all projects within a workspace, you should update their role to one of the new roles provided by Useberry.

Predefined languages

The 11 predefined languages will no longer be available. However, you will still have the flexibility to create your own custom languages according to your needs.

For customers who are currently using pre-filled language options in their studies, those pre-filled languages will be converted into custom languages. For instance, if the pre-filled language is set to Spanish, it will be converted into a custom Spanish language. It's important to note that any newly added fields for translations will be in English.

Projects' pre-filled images

Projects' pre-filled images from prototypes, websites, or designs are removed from thumbnails. Now, you have the option to set the thumbnail of your preference for any project you like.

Experimental Session Recording for Figma prototypes

The Session Recording feature for Figma prototypes has undergone significant improvements, transitioning from "experimental" status to "Beta." As a result, it is now available for studies conducted on both mobile and desktop devices.

In order to ensure a seamless experience for both study participants and researchers reviewing the Session Recordings, all user interactions are played back directly on your prototype. This means that the Figma prototype is loaded, and all user interactions are reproduced during playback.

It is important to note that making changes to your prototype should be avoided. We strongly recommend against updating the library, modifying components, or making any alterations to the imported prototype used for user testing in Useberry. These actions could potentially result in data loss for the Session Recording, leading to the omission of certain user interactions. It is therefore more optimal to keep your prototype on a separate Figma file.

Useberry prototyping tool

The prototyping tool provided by Useberry will be discontinued.

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