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Scripts are a powerful way to automate your interview prep and analysis. They are simple templates that pack a punch.


Creating a script

Creating a script is easy. Create a new document, and write the script questions. Turn each script question into a "section" by hitting the shortcut Command + J (see Formatting for the formatting shortcuts like this).

Your script looks like this:


In the top right menu, toggle Use as a script.


When you save, exit, and go to your documents list, you'll see the script has a + next to it.


Using the script

Clicking the + creates a new document from that script, copying all content and tags from the script document into a new one.



Seeing the results

Once you're done, you can now take advantage of Sapium's analysis in the Digests view.

We are treating each interview question as a section. You can both filter down to sentences that are nested within each interview question, or you can make each row of the table into an individual interview question, as below, allowing you to see all customer answers to a particular interview question: