Brian Curley
Brian Curley
Chief Creative Officer

Printable Data Sheets

No internet connection at your destination? No problem! Now you can print your data sheet and take data on paper, then easily transcribe the data when you’re back online. You can customize your data sheet to include instructions and other target details, or keep it compact to save paper.

Adjustable Rate Frequency Scale

Now you can change the Y-axis of frequency charts to rate per day, per hour, per minute, or other settings. It also works when you aggregate points by week or month, so you can see the average rate per day across distinct periods.

Separate Permissions: View Notes and View Data

You asked us to split out viewing notes from viewing data permissions, and we listened! Now they are controlled separately. With the new View Notes permission, you can now let parents view their child’s clinical data without having access to session notes.

Control what Note Types a User can Create

Want to prevent BTs from being able to create Supervisor Notes? Now you can define which note types a role has access to when creating a note. This simplifies the user experience -- when selecting a note template, they will only see the relevant ones!

Control What Targets a User Can Collect Data On

Previously, if a user had Collect Data permission, they were able to collect data for any type of session. This made it hard to let parents collect data because you didn’t want them interacting with targets intended for BTs. Now you can restrict which targets a user has access to. For example, you can create one playlist of targets just for parents, and another playlist just for SLP therapists, while letting BTs collect data on everything else.

Enhanced User Privacy

Previously, when inviting users to join an Org, anyone could search our database for usernames by entering partial searches. Some of you were not comfortable with that. We understood. Now, if someone wants to create an invitation, they need to know the exact username or email address.