Editing a Live Mission
There are times when it is necessary to make a change to a mission that has already been started. At GoSpotCheck, we think of these changes as new versions of a mission, and we make it easy to seamlessly modify a live Mission without any interruption to its availability in the field.
Identify Mission to be Edited
Mission Editing is a feature that has to be enabled for your company manually. If you're interested in having the ability to edit your live missions, please contact your Customer Success Manager to get this feature turned on.
To create a new version of a Mission, navigate to the active mission you'd like to modify by clicking Missions > Started.
On the Mission Overview page, click the Edit button in the top right hand corner. This creates a new version of the Mission.
You'll be brought to the Mission Editing page. Across the top, a green banner will display the mission version you are currently editing. The Mission version is also appended to the end of the Mission title (a light grey [v#]), which is visible to company admins only.
From here you can make the appropriate edits to your Mission. Common edits include:
- Changing Mission, Section, or Task titles and descriptions
- Changing certain Tasks from required to optional or vice versa
- Deleting existing Sections, Tasks, Answers (i.e. remove answers from a multiple choice/multiple select task)
- Adding new Sections, Tasks, or Answers
- Making a Task conditional or moving it out of a conditional set
- Reordering Tasks
- Changing the Teams or Place Groups for distribution
You can review previous revisions to an edited mission via the Revisions sidebar. Activate the sidebar by clicking the black Revisions button on both the Edit Page and Mission Overview Page. Clicking into any of the revisions will isolate the questions asked and data collected through the date of that revision.
Tips & Tricks
While editing a new version of your Mission, you may wonder whether you should:
|A) Edit Original Task||
B) Remove Original Task
(& Replace with New Task)