If complexity is required for the site team to properly document their work then CONQA can handle that, too. (Remember, CONQA recommends keeping Folder Structure and Checklists as simple as possible - to keep it straightforward for the site teams.)
The below shows how more complicated checklists look in Web App + how they're communicated in a spreadsheet.
Often, a checkpoint will require additional inputs and fields for the user to input info.
Buttons and Prompting Text Fields
Here, the user is prompted to add in relevant information related to the 'Tremmie Pour'.
In the above example there are:
- Buttons (e.g. Diameter of Tremmie Pipe')
- Free Text Fields (e.g. 'Tremie Pipe Length')
The above would be written in a spreadsheet as below:
Other examples include:
- Drop down lists
- Multi choice options