Adding Text entry boxes
Text entry interactions allow end-users to type their own responses in an interaction (for example ‘type any other exercises you did last week in the box’ – see figure 12). Some uses of text entry interactions include:
- Collecting short written information (e.g. name, e-mail and a password)
- Giving end-users an ‘other’ option in case other interactions do not have a suitable response
- For collecting other qualitative data such as feedback in the intervention.
Although you can collect text entry responses to then re-show to them in later parts of the intervention, you cannot use these interactions to give tailored advice.
Any information written in a text entry interaction will still be collected by the intervention manager and can be exported to excel.