The single most-requested feature over the years has been Conditional Questions, where the interview changes the questions it asks based on the answers already received. The simplest examples are status (corporation, LLC, partnership, proprietor), goal (diagnosis, merger, estate plan, loan), and location (jurisdiction, tax, climate), but there are literally thousands of others.
The objective is to eliminate extraneous questions, to custom fit the questions to the audience. This is the last great frontier in document assembly and automation.
We’re delighted to introduce Aurora 2.0
After two years of development Aurora offers our customers the power to design their online questionnaires to be interactive in real time, so that questions fit specific circumstances. Demand is huge from law firms wanting to move data input from their offices out to their clients, adjusting for the needs of each matter. Neuropsychologists, school counselors, and juvenile advocates enjoy reducing the time requirements for gathering diagnostic data by nearly 50%.
Aurora 2.0 introduces a dozen significant enhancements. Here are three:
Conditional Questions allow form authors to customize the questions and their order that Data Providers will experience based on their answers to previous questions. You could have a single Aurora webQ (Questionnaire) that changes its entire nature based on the answer to a single question: Are you applying for Insurance to cover Life, Health, Property, Business Liability, or Automobile? Or, is the firm a: Corporation, LLC, Partnership, or Proprietorship? Conditional Questions reduce the number of Questions by 30% to 70% for many of our customers.
Online editing of Questions makes fine-tuning of what Data Providers see easier and faster by removing the need to reload a Questionnaire for minor presentation changes.
Online creation and editing of TIPs for Pages and Questions to provide navigation clues and context for Data Providers, increasing their comfort.Aurora 2.0 is available for you today.