Can we code answers in a specific way that doesn't match what is shown on the form?
For CROWD Users
If the coding is simple, you can provide detail or directions in the “Special Instructions” section. For example, if you have a yes/no answer, where you want "2" for "No" and "1" for "Yes," you would:
- Define the answer as a select-one field.
- Enter "1" and "2" as the two possible answers.
- Add a Special Instruction saying: "ATTENTION: Select '2' if 'No' is marked, and '1' if 'Yes' is marked."
You can also code the data after it has been digitized using the tools on the Template settings page. You can find and replace values, change capitalization, and split multiple choice responses into multiple columns. You can get to the Template settings page through the Templates tab by clicking "settings" under a Template.
Or, you can access Template settings from a Job Results page or a Data Hub by clicking on "More Actions" and then "Template settings."
For READ Users
Transform is where your data becomes-automation-ready. Through Vidado’s extensible plug-in architecture you’re able to easily connect with 1st and 3rd party sources to validate and enrich your data before importing it into your system, ensuring you get the underlying data, not just what’s written on the page.
Use Transform to automatically normalize date formats, phone numbers, naming conventions and more. While other services struggle to capture the data that’s on the page, Vidado is powerful enough to get you the data that should have been on the page. Please Contact Us for more information.