Categorise your applications by collecting category information from your applicants. Each award application can have multiple categories giving you total control.
Let your applicants choose the category or use special fields that are only visible to your team.
Add multiple categories to your submissions.
Ask multiple choice questions with built in search.
Multiple choice questions with more than one answer.
Share multiple choice options between questions.
Add as many categorisation questions as you need to your submissions.
Whether you are collecting award categorisation, abstract track, review scores, or anything else; you can use Firebird to collect as many dimensions you need from your users.
Ask any multiple choice questions in your forms. The dropdown lists have a built in search and options can be grouped together to make it easier for users to find the option they need.
Each option can be given a numerical value so that they can be converted into a score. This is useful for scoring reviews or being able to sort submissions.
Ask multiple choice questions that can have multiple answers.
This is useful with category questions where submissions fall into more than one category. The dropdown lists have a built in search and options can be grouped together to make it easier for users to find the options they need.
Define your multiple choice options once and then reuse them across multiple fields.
This is useful when you have submissions with a category that you want to match up to Reviewers who specialise in those categories. It makes assignment much easier.
Sharing options between reviewers and submissions helps when defining auto assignment rules
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