Committee Forms Use Cases
To provide a model for how your institution can best use committee forms, we have prepared the following use cases drawn from real world examples of how clients are using the committee forms tool.
Voting in the Committee Forms Tool
The following example demonstrates how to set up a form to allow your committee members to vote through the committee forms tool.
The form can then be used to record the results of the committee vote before the case is forwarded to another stage in the review process.
Set up "Number" questions to record the results of the vote
Set up the Form Details with a name for the form, select a unit, and enter a description.
Select "Add Question" and select "Number" as the question type as shown below.
We suggest also adding a "Text: Paragraph" question labeled "Review Notes" to allow respondents to record notes.
For the question, enter text such as "Number of Yes Votes," with another option for "Number of No Votes," and another for "Number of Abstentions."
When answering the form, the respondent should enter the appropriate numeric value.