360 Project Publishing
Publishing is a vital step in editing an active 360 project, since it determines the edits that are live to your participants.
When you publish a 360 project for the very first time, you are not activating the project. The project will not be truly activated until you distribute it to participants or manually activate it on the Projects page. However, it is still important to publish so your edits get pushed to the live links you will generate later.
Publishing a 360 project for the first time also does not give you an anonymous link to distribute the 360 project with, because this is an incompatible feature. Instead of using one link, you should be inviting your participants through email.
Other than these two differences, publishing is the same in 360 as it is in the Survey Platform. See the following pages for more details:
360 Project Versions
Versions allow you to save multiple iterations of your project. You can preview or even restore old versions of your project at your convenience.
This feature is exactly the same in 360 as it is in the Survey Platform. To learn more, check out the following pages:
ExpertReview is a digital reviewer for your surveys. It helps a researcher ensure that their surveys collect data of the highest quality.
ExpertReview works the same in the Survey Platform as it does in 360, except that 360 does not have access to Fraud Detection. To learn more about ExpertReview, see the following pages: