January - March 2020
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January - March 2020

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Digital Dashboard (Versions: 3 / 4 / 4.5)

This is a further enhancement to the digital scorecard feature we added last year. As a part of this feature we are now able to make the scorecards more interative like comparing companies, adding filters etc..

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Rule Engine (Versions: 3 / 4 / 4.5)

This feature is created to incorporate various rules within the questionnare in addition to the existing branching logic which are achieved using conditions.
Using this new feature admin users can create various rule based calculations, pre-populations etc..

Same rule can be used for different indicators / questions throughout the questionnare while having different input values. So the users do not have to create the same logic multiple times but can only provide the details of input values.

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New Question Types (Versions: 4 / 4.5)

Conversation Question Type
This question type is an enhancement to existing Text question type but in this case the same text box can be used to record the complete convesation and updates with timestamp and usernames. See the below screen grab

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Percent to Score
This question type is mainly created to assist our clients who collect the data in percent format and use the same percentages entered by the users as scores. i.e. if they enter 76% as their response to this question they would receive 76% as their scores for this question. This will help our clients to create a scoring methodology around the input provided by the companies.

Number to Score
This question type is mainly created to assist our clients who collect the data in number format and use the same number entered by the users as scores. i.e. if they enter 0.76 as their response to this question they would receive 76% as their scores for this question. This will help our clients to create a scoring methodology around the input provided by the companies.

Note

The range of number this question type takes should be between 0 & 1.


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