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Evidence • Interview Overview
Evidence • Interview Overview

Adding interviews as evidence to your product discovery archive so you can create a data-driven product roadmap

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Written by Jordan Duff
Updated over a week ago

Throughout your Project, you will likely conduct a number of interviews with key stakeholders, customers and influencers. Through the Interview feature, you can easily capture insights, notes and attachments from an interview and share them with your team. You can also rate your interview and link it to an Idea on your Canvas.

1: Three-dot Icon: delete your Evidence

2. Export evidence in PDF format

3. Favorite this Evidence to find later

4. Mark Reviewed: use this to inform other Team Members that this piece of Evidence has been reviewed

5. Ideas, Experiments, and Comments: indicates the number of Ideas, Experiments, and Comments linked to this Evidence

6. Connections: View all Ideas and Experiments linked to the Evidence

7. Comments: open the Comments Sidebar to view comments, add your comments, and @mention your teammates

8. Help: open the Help Sidebar

9. Ideas: this is where the connected Ideas will appear

10. Expanded Idea View: More details at a glance such as Idea Summary and related hashtags

11. Product or Business, Roadmap Section, Status: these indicate whether the connected Idea sits in the Product or Business Canvas, which section of the Roadmap it's assigned to and the current Status

12. Trending Score: allows you to rate whether the Interview supports or doesn't support the connected Ideas

13. People Interviewed: shows the details of the person or people interviewed

14. Added by: indicates which Team Member conducted the Interview and the date which it was added

15. Add Person: Enter details about person interviewed

16. Key Insights: a brief description of the main take-aways of the Interview

17. Summary: add notes or further detail about this Interview

18. Date of Interview: add or edit the date on which the Interview took place

19. Last Updated: shows the details of who updated the interview last and when it took place

20. Hashtags Icon: add hashtags so you can search by tag later

21: Attachments: attach relevant files including recordings, photos or documents

22. Experiments: View all Experiments linked to the Evidence

23. Expanded Experiments View: More details at a glance such as the Hypothesis Statement and related hashtags

24. Due Date: See how many days (if) your Experiment is over due

25. Participants: Shows participants involved in the comments section of the Experiment

26. Ideas, Evidence, and Comments: indicates the number of Ideas, Evidence, and Comments linked to this Experiment

27. Phase: Indicates in which phase the experiment is currently

Find out about Evidence • Other here.

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