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Visual Examples of Response Types

Andrew Skegg Updated by Andrew Skegg

There are several base controls built into ChekRite. You can also create your own custom controls. The base controls can not be edited by you but if you need to make a system-wide change to a base control, your ChekRite Customer Support Representative can do this for you. You are free to modify any custom controls you create yourself.

Here are visual examples of the base response types as they appear on the ChekRite iPad app.

Pass / Fail

Fail responses trigger extra information prompts.

Pass / Fail / Fix

Fail and Fix responses trigger extra information prompts.

Pass / Fail / Caution

Fail & Caution responses trigger extra information prompts

Yes / No

The No response triggers extra information prompts.

No / Yes

Yes responses trigger extra information prompts.

On / Off

Off responses trigger extra information prompts.

Off/On

On responses trigger extra information prompts.

Step

Next responses trigger extra information prompts.

No-State Gauge

Extra information prompts will not be triggered for this control

2-State Gauge

Positioning the needle in the red band will trigger extra information prompts.

3-State Gauge

Positioning the needle in the red bands will trigger extra information prompts.

Signature

If there are any extra information prompts defined for this control they will be displayed when you push the Done button.

Hour Meter

When entering an hour meter reading the system will check to ensure that the entered reading is not less than the previously entered value and not greater than the number of hours that have passed since the last value was entered (if one exists).

If there are any extra information prompts defined for this control they will be displayed when you push the Done button.

Odometer

When entering an odometer reading the system will check to ensure that the entered reading is not less than the previously entered value (if one exists).

If there are any extra information prompts defined for this control they will be displayed when you push the Done button.

Touch Point

Pushing the No Code button in the top right will fail the question and trigger extra information prompts.

Quiz

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