Skipping Date Question on Android

Hello All,
I need help skipping questions for Android users:
The use case is a date question “LMP”, but some of the clients do not know
their LMP. As such they can only remember months or can’t remember anything.
Thanx

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Hi Emeka,

A better option is to make the date conditional - Do you know your LMP:
Yes/No

If yes, enter LMP, if no, skip to next question.

Thanks and Regards
Ronald Munjoma

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On 23 January 2014 16:39, Emeka Chukwu emeka2015@gmail.com wrote:

Hello All,
I need help skipping questions for Android users:
The use case is a date question “LMP”, but some of the clients do not know
their LMP. As such they can only remember months or can’t remember anything.
Thanx


-Emeka-


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As a followup:

The way that most folks choose to manage this is with a triage of options
based on what people know or have access to, so something like:

Have you received an Estimated Delivery Date from a health professional (if
this is ever likely to occur)? Y/N
if NO
Do you remember the date of your LMP?
if NO
Roughly how many weeks ago was your LMP?

and then having a hidden value that estimates the EDD based on that. On an
Android phone you could even have that list of questions in a Question List
and set it up so that the next question only appears after the last is set
to “no” and the next screen will be the input.

-Clayton

··· On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 9:49 AM, ronald munjoma wrote:

Hi Emeka,

A better option is to make the date conditional - Do you know your LMP:
Yes/No

If yes, enter LMP, if no, skip to next question.

Thanks and Regards
Ronald Munjoma


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A set of 8 goals, agreed upon by 189 member countries of the UN, that if
achieved would see the greatest improvement to the human condition by 2015.
http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/

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On 23 January 2014 16:39, Emeka Chukwu emeka2015@gmail.com wrote:

Hello All,
I need help skipping questions for Android users:
The use case is a date question “LMP”, but some of the clients do not
know their LMP. As such they can only remember months or can’t remember
anything.
Thanx


-Emeka-


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Thank you Clayton and Ronald,
I used the two question option “a yes or no” and “the date question”, and
its fine now.
-Emeka-

··· On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 6:25 PM, Clayton Sims wrote:

As a followup:

The way that most folks choose to manage this is with a triage of options
based on what people know or have access to, so something like:

Have you received an Estimated Delivery Date from a health professional
(if this is ever likely to occur)? Y/N
if NO
Do you remember the date of your LMP?
if NO
Roughly how many weeks ago was your LMP?

and then having a hidden value that estimates the EDD based on that. On an
Android phone you could even have that list of questions in a Question List
and set it up so that the next question only appears after the last is set
to “no” and the next screen will be the input.

-Clayton

On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 9:49 AM, ronald munjoma simbiso@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Emeka,

A better option is to make the date conditional - Do you know your LMP:
Yes/No

If yes, enter LMP, if no, skip to next question.

Thanks and Regards
Ronald Munjoma


The United Nations Millennium Development Goals
A set of 8 goals, agreed upon by 189 member countries of the UN, that if
achieved would see the greatest improvement to the human condition by 2015.
http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/

Action on the MDGs: www.mdgpledge.org
Change your sig: www.mdgpledge.org/sig/

On 23 January 2014 16:39, Emeka Chukwu emeka2015@gmail.com wrote:

Hello All,
I need help skipping questions for Android users:
The use case is a date question “LMP”, but some of the clients do not
know their LMP. As such they can only remember months or can’t remember
anything.
Thanx


-Emeka-


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