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How to recruit Minors on Askable?
How to recruit Minors on Askable?

Needing to speak to under 18s? We've got you covered

Updated over a week ago

You can recruit minors on Askable via their parents/guardians. This is often run on Askable by universities, education tech, children softwares, government etc
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You will be directly recruiting parents/guardians in order for them to consent and bring their children with them along for the session.
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Note that the information that you see in the participant list are the Parents' information. If you need the child/ren's information (e.g name, age, gender) please include a screener in order to collect that data. [EXAMPLE SCREENERS BELOW]

Essentially, the Study will be targeted to the parents, so your screeners & its language is as if you're speaking with the parents, and they'll be the ones to bring along their children.
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A Premium incentive must be selected so the incentive can be shared between the Parent and Child. This is also to make up for the time & effort in getting the child to join

🎒 Pro Tip: Having sessions in the evening, after school hours or during school holidays will get you the highest uptake!

Example Screener Questions


​How many children do you have, if any?

  • I do not have any children (❌)

  • 1 (✅)

  • 2 (✅)

  • 3 (✅)

  • 4 (✅)

  • 5 + (✅)


​Do you currently have any children completing the following school years? (MULTI SELECT)

  • I do not have any children (❌)

  • No, my children aren't currently in school (❌)

  • Primary School (❌)

  • Year 7 (❌)

  • Year 8 (❌)

  • Year 9 (❌)

  • Year 10 (❌)

  • Year 11 (✅)

  • Year 12 (✅)

Please provide your child's Name, Age & Gender (Short Answer)
(All information will be kept P&C and if for research purposes only)

TIP: If you would like to easily use the Segments feature based on the children's demographic information, please set up the screener question as a separate Multiple Choice Questions, as opposed to a Short Answer Question which simply serves to collect the data.

For example: You will have a multi-choice question for Age, followed by a separate multi-choice question for Gender. Repeat this with any other criterias you need for your research.


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​This video call requires both you and your child to attend. If selected are you both able to attend?

  • Yes (✅)

  • No (❌)

If selected for this opportunity do you agree to split the incentive with your child?

  • Yes (✅)

  • No (❌)

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