May 14th, 2024

QuickTrials May Update: More languages + new features

We continue to evolve QuickTrials and add new features that streamline how you plan and execute field trials. Here is a list of the new features that have been added in the last 2 months:

More languages


To ensure you can conduct trials wherever you need to, QuickTrials can now be used in the following languages:

  • English
  • German
  • French
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Arabic
  • Romanian
  • Hungarian
  • Polish
  • Czech
  • Slovak
  • Bulgarian

New features


Map of all sites

Added a Map button to the list of sites, making it easier to see where all of your sites are located on a single map.

Min/Max values in Trait Lists.
It’s now possible to view a list of traits and see the min/max validation rules on the same screen, making it easy to check that everything is consistent.

Enhanced Filters on Dimensions screens.
Now, you can filter data based on numeric values and dates, allowing for more precise and relevant data retrieval.

Predefined order of trait choices

We’ve implemented a predefined order for trait choices based on their value.

Various Trial Wizard improvements

Eg. “Copy all” button in trait selection step to streamline usability.

Trial State Filters

Ability to filter by the state of trials to streamline processes when working with many trials.

User Export

A list of Users and their respective roles can now be exported, making it easier to manage large lists of users across different projects, departments or countries.

Bulk add of matching traits

Now you can add all traits that match your filter criteria to the trial with a single click, eliminating the need to add each trait individually.

Group Managers
This feature is designed to allow managers to focus on overseeing the members of their designated group, without access to data from other groups. It can be especially useful when working with CRO’s.

Playback improvements
User interface improvements for the playback feature that shows on a map where each observation was collected over time.

Additional file formats supported for observations

The type of files that can be uploaded for an observation now includes: PDF, TXT, CSV, XLS, XLSX, DOC, DOCX.

ANOVA statistics for multi-factor trials

The built-in ANOVA statistics now provide analysis for trials with multiple factors (Eg. Variety and Spray). This increases the type of trialling setups that can be analysed directly in QuickTrials.

ANOVA statistics for non-RCBD

ANOVA analysis has also been added to non Random Complete Block Design trials, provided there is only 1 repetition.

Enhanced Treatments

Instead of test subjects, we now have a two-step treatment definition process. First you can define the factors, then the treatments that are combinations of the factors. Having a separate treatment means that ordering, naming and randomization can now be done not only on the full set of factor combinations in a predefined order, but on a subset of the combinations in a customizable order.

The treatment enhancement can be seen in the following places:

  • User interface improvements for factors and treatments in the trial wizard (Eg. adding/deleting, add all, viewing, etc)
  • Treatments can be reordered using drag-and-drop
  • Treatments are now shown in the plot editor
  • Treatment details are displayed in the data overview and data entry screens on the WebApp
  • Mobile app users can specify the treatment name when creating plots
  • Treatments can be specified when using the custom layout import
  • Treatment details can be exported

Since the new treatments design can affect existing trials, we will enable it fully for customers on request after a quick discussion. Simply email us at if you would like access to all of the new treatment enhancements.


How to chose your experimental design

In agricultural research it is important to choose the right experimental design at the beginning of your trial so that the analyses produced at the end of the season are effective and statistically meaningful. This article covers the main aspect of field trial experimental design.

We hope you enjoy the new features and let us know if you have any questions or feedback!

If you want more information about QuickTrials or any of the new features email us:

Thank you,

Your QuickTrials Team