Timeline explanation

Modified on Thu, 29 Dec 2022 at 08:36 PM

 

The timeline gives an overview of the activities during a program. Based on a set view, the activities are shown. The following views are available:

  • Activity – all activities are shown
  • Day – activities are shown and bundled on a day basis. 
  • Week – activities are shown and bundled on a weekly basis.
  • Measurement moment – activities are shown based on the start date of the moment.


 

By clicking on a moment/activity in the timeline, you can consult more information, which appears on the right side in the inbox. For example:

  • Which activities are ready;
  • What activities have not been completed;
  • Reopening activities;
  • View activities at a detailed level, for example the answers.

 

Phases of the programme

A program can consist of several phases. Activities are linked to a phase.

 

Statuses and activities

The following status can be displayed  per timeline block.

 

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Status name

Description

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Planned

This is a planned activity, but it cannot yet be carried out. 

Depending on permissions, it is possible to adjust the activity manually.

Event

Events are important notifications/events based on input by a participant and/or process deviations. 

The status of an Event can be manually adjusted by someone who has permission to do so.

Open

This is an activity that is open and can be added.

An activity is associated with a performer who can complete the activity.

Completed

An activity that has been completed. 

Data of this activity can be viewed and can be changed if someone has permission to do so.

Expired

An activity that has not yet been completed and whose end date has expired.

Rescheduling this activity is possible by someone who has permission to do so.

Forced closed

An activity that has been stopped by the researcher and no longer needs to be performed.

 

 

 


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