For Informational and Limitation Comments, you have the option to select the answer format for in the template. This is helpful for specializing your comments based on the types of data needed!


Checkbox

Checkbox type comments will appear on the report as long as the box is checked.

Here's how it looks in the editor:

Default to Checked

Want your comment to show up on every single report without you checking the box? In your Template, you can click the "Default to Checked?" checkbox to make sure it displays on every report.

Multiple Choices

Multiple Choice type comments provide you with options to choose from. When you select one of these options (Example: Aluminum), only that option will show up on the report.

Here's how it looks in the editor:

Here's how it looks in the final report:

Date

Date type comments include a dropdown to select the date. If no date is selected, this comment will not show up on the final report

Here's how it looks on the editor:

Number

Number type comments are meant for numbers only. Unless there is at least 1 number typed into this field, it will not show up on the report.

Here's how it looks on the editor:

Numeric Range

Numeric Range type comments are meant for a range of numbers. You cannot type any letters in numeric range comments. These comments will not show up on the final report unless there is a number typed into both fields.

Here's how this looks on the report editor:

Signature

Signature type comments are meant to collect a physical signature from the client. This is not typically used in place of an agreement, since clients can sign agreements from your device on the app as well!

This comment will not show up on the final report unless you collect a signature.

Here's how this looks on the app:

Text

Text type comments must have something physically typed on the line in order to be activated to show up on the report.

Unless something is typed on this line, this comment will not show up on the final report when the client views it.


If you have any questions or feedback on this feature, or other parts of Spectora, write into our chat bubble or email support@spectora.com!

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