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Generally, all free text fields (should) have a character countdown. Also, from a user experience perspective, when the character limit is reached, a user should not be able to type more Characters; currently it allows the user to keep typing more...
Having a Grid View that displays quite a few fields is not an issue on a large screen (see attached screenshot 01_large screen.png).But on a small (laptop) screen you are not able to see all columns anymore (see attached screenshot 02_small screen...
Audit Log on Questionnaires and Split Comments based on role
Two fold. An audit log on questionnaires to review changed responses and who changed them, as well as prior comments. Second, the ability for different groups to have different comment boxes they can edit.
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