Form Scoring by Range

Note: this is available to Owners and Admins only.

When scoring forms using the ‘Formula’ field, you can now assign values to certain ranges of a Number, Stopwatch, Temperature, & Formula field.

For example:

A stopwatch question on an audit says: “How long did the checkout line take?”

If it took under a minute, you want that to be scored 2 (good). If it took between 1 and 5 minutes, it should be scored 1, and if it took over 5 minutes, it should be scored 0 (bad). This way, you can attribute certain answers with being “good” (like a perfect score of 2 for a fast checkout line), and certain answers with being “bad” (like the minimum score of 0 for a checkout line that takes over 5 minutes).August_Product_Announcement_email_-_Google_Docs.png

Here are some other examples of how you can score by range:

Number- There are supposed to be exactly 5 employees working at the store at one time. If there are 5 employees, that results in a score of 2 (good). If there are 3 or 4 employees, it gets a score of 1. And if there are 2 or 1 employees, it gets a score of 0 (bad).

Temperature- For food safety reasons, the temperature of cooked chicken must be between 180 and 190 degrees fahrenheit. If the chicken comes out within that range, it is scored 2 (good). If the temperature is not within that range, it gets a score of 0 (bad).

If you need help setting up scores by ranges, feel free to contact us at - we’ll be happy to help.

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