Posted by TechCrunch on Tuesday, January 06, 2021 07:24:16 A startup called Veritas will make a splash with a new product that will make users sign up for social experiment sites, and then run their experiments for them without actually completing the process.
The idea is that the user experience is better if they don’t have to interact with the site, but the sites themselves will still do the actual work.
Veritas CEO David Gantner told TechCrunch that the idea is to use the same approach Facebook uses to show users that you’re a friend, or if you’re already a friend you’re just asking to participate in a Facebook experiment.
Facebook lets users do this by adding an “experiment” button on their profile page that they can tap to activate the social experiment.
But it’s the social interaction that’s the real magic of Veritas’ social experiment platform.
The platform will automatically run a series of tests that the users do in order to determine if they’re in a place they should be and then will then display their results on their social graph, a small icon that indicates the number of “follower” points they have accumulated for that person.
You can even add your own experiment that you want to see the results and see what you can do with them.
The app, which launched in the last week, will make you an offer that is similar to what Facebook does, Ganter said.
The app will allow users to set their own “experiments” that are “completely voluntary,” which will let users choose how they want to test their social skills.
And because Veritas is trying to make the experiment experience more fun, you can also opt to skip a few steps and still be in a good place to participate.
You won’t be able edit your experiments, and there will be no limit on how many experiments you can participate in at a time, Gantsner said.
The site is designed to be “easy to learn,” with a lot of options for people who are just starting out.
But that’s not a problem for the average person who doesn’t have a lot to do.
The “experimental experience” of Veritus is the same as Facebook’s “experiences” section, which will show you what your friends think you are, the amount of points you have, how many friends you have on Facebook, and the number and type of friends you are talking to on Messenger.
It will also show you how your friends are reacting to you, and you can view their reactions to you.
Gantner said Veritas plans to release an “beta” version of the app later this year.
Users will have to download the Veritas app and add it to their social accounts.
Users who opt to join a social experiments will have the option to leave an experiment or just stay in the group.
Users will have full control over how their experiments are run, including how many participants they have and how much time they have to participate and how often they will be invited to join an experiment.
If you have more than 50 people in your social network, you’ll have to create a separate social experiment to keep track of them all.
The project will initially focus on a handful of sites, but Ganters said he wants to eventually roll out the platform to a wider audience.
“We’re trying to build a community that’s easy to get to and really fun to do,” Gantners said.