November 24, 2020
We are excited to announce the release of Quirkos 2.4! This free update brings a number of improvements, bugfixes and new features, and is available from today. It includes a major speed bump for global users of Quirkos Cloud, improved search and new ways to recode themes.
The main difference is behind the scenes, as Quirkos Cloud now has expanded to a global network of servers located across the world. Previously,
August 10, 2018
Today we are announcing that a major new version of Quirkos is coming in September! Version 2 will offer big new features that users have requested, including memos, rich text support, new editable reports, an improved interface, and much more.
Memos are a feature that people have been requesting for a while, and we are excited to have this coming in the next version. This allows users to write notes which are attached to specific
August 20, 2015
We are proud to announce a significant update for Quirkos, that adds significant new features, improves performance, and provides a fresh new look. Major changes include:
Greater ability to work with Levels to group and explore themes
Improved performance when working with large projects
New report generation and styling
Ability to copy and paste quotes directly from search and hierarchy views
Improved CSV export
December 8, 2013
Quirkos is intended to be a big step forward for qualitative research. The central idea is to make text analysis so easy, that anyone can do it.
That includes people who don't know what qualitative analysis is, or that it could help them to better understand their world. This could be a council or hospital trust wanting to better understand the needs of people that use their services, or a team developing a new product, wanting feedback