Save yourself some time by copying a previously created Sign In question to use again. busybusy gives you the option to copy an old Sign In question to use again as a new question.
Why would you want to do this? Well, it saves time because you can quickly create a new question by copying the parts of an old question that you still want to use. For example, perhaps you have a question that currently asks everyone in the company if they have their PPE, but now you want to add an explanation that lists each piece of PPE. Instead of taking the time to create a new question from scratch, Use the Copy Question feature to copy your old PPE question and quickly type the desired explanation. Keep everything else the same, hit the create button, and in just a few seconds, you have a new custom Sign In Question. Delete the old question, and you’re off to the races. The new question will appear in the Daily Sign In questionnaire.
You might be wondering: Why can’t I just use the edit button to change an old question?
That’s a fair question. We purposely designed our Custom Sign In Questions feature so that once a question is created, certain parts of the question cannot be edited. This is to protect the integrity of submitted answers. So, if you wish to change the question itself or the description of the question, you’ll need to create a new question. This is where the Question Copy feature is handy. (if you want to read more about how to edit a previously created Sign In question, click here)
How to Copy a Previously Created Sign In Question
Step One: Navigate to the Settings page
- Using the left navigation menu from within your busybusy account, scroll down and click on Settings.
- On the Settings page, find Daily Sign In/Out and click on it. Your Daily Sign In questions will appear in the white text box underneath the words Daily Sign In.
- Click anywhere in the box. A pop-up window will open, showing a list of the current Daily Sign In Questions.
Step Two: Copy the Sign In Question
- Select the copy icon located to the right of the question you want to copy.
- A new window will open with an identical question already created.
Step Three: Make the desired changes to the question.
- Edit the parts you wish to change (if any). All of the fields are available to edit, including
- Whom to Ask
- Handle “Yes” Response
- Handle “No” Response
- Any follow-up questions or explanation dialogue
Step Four: Create your new, duplicated question
- Select Create at the bottom of the window. You may need to scroll to the bottom of the page.
- Your new question will appear at the bottom of the Daily Sign In Question list.
- If you wish to change the order of the questions, click and hold onto the double bar icon to the right of the copy icon, drag the question to the desired location, and click the Update button.
|Good to know: You can abandon the copy process at any time by clicking the X in the top right corner. You can also delete any question by opening the question you want to delete, scrolling to the bottom of the page, and selecting Delete.|
By using the Copy feature, you’ll save yourself an extra couple of minutes. Nowadays we could use all the extra minutes we can get.
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