Assigning groupID in Inquisit Web


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In this tutorial for setting up Inquisit Web, it mentions that I can assign the groupIDs through the links sent out to each participant. While I was setting up my Inquisit Web experiment, I did not see how to do this and where I can find the different task links for different groups. I am imagining if I add 6 as the number of groups while setting up the Inquisit Web experiment, I should get 6 different links for this task which I can then send to the participants from different groups. Please let me know how I can set this up. Thank you for you time. 
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nidhi_desai - 6/6/2022
In this tutorial for setting up Inquisit Web, it mentions that I can assign the groupIDs through the links sent out to each participant. While I was setting up my Inquisit Web experiment, I did not see how to do this and where I can find the different task links for different groups. I am imagining if I add 6 as the number of groups while setting up the Inquisit Web experiment, I should get 6 different links for this task which I can then send to the participants from different groups. Please let me know how I can set this up. Thank you for you time. 

You need to select the "Url parameter" option under "Choose how the group id should be determined."



If you have six groups defined in your study, assigned by group number, then

https://mili2nd.co/yourexperimentsshortcode?groupid=1 will launch the 1st condition,
https://mili2nd.co/yourexperimentsshortcode?groupid=2 will launch the 2nd condition, and so forth up to
https://mili2nd.co/yourexperimentsshortcode?groupid=6 to launch the 6th condition.

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Thank you for that information. I had a follow-up question. If I wanted to have subjectID and the groupID both in the URL parameter, how would I go about it. If I set both subjectID and groupID as "Url parameter", how will the url look like?
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nidhi_desai - 6/7/2022
Thank you for that information. I had a follow-up question. If I wanted to have subjectID and the groupID both in the URL parameter, how would I go about it. If I set both subjectID and groupID as "Url parameter", how will the url look like?

Then select "Url parameter" for both subject and group id. Your URLs will then have to be

https://mili2nd.co/yourexperimentsshortcode?subjectid=heregoestheid&groupid=1

and so on.
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