We have a lot of different page and question types you can choose from when building your waiver. To make changes to your questions or add and remove questions, please email email@example.com
Our question types are:
This will allow the guest to select more than one option from a menu, such as medical conditions or additional equipment options.
This will allow the guest to select one option from a menu, such as indicating their experience level.
This will ask the guest to type in a response, such as asking them to detail any dietary requirements. Because it is a freeform text field, we cannot provide reporting on these responses.
This will capture guest's phone numbers using a keypad
This will require a date to be entered, such as for date of activity or birthdate. The format (DD/MM/YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY) is determined by the iPad settings.
This page only accepts email addresses, and will not let the guest continue until an email address of a standard format is entered.
Our page types are:
Check to confirm:
This page requires the guest to select each clause on the page in order to continue. It mimics the guest's initials or ticking boxes on a paper document.
Bulk terms and conditions:
This page displays your terms and conditions. We employ a scrollwrap, so the guest must scroll to the bottom of the page in order to continue. This demonstrates your guest's active interaction with your waiver, and ensures they cannot attempt to undermine the validity of your waiver by claiming that some parts were not made clear to them.
We capture a signature for each waiver from the participant. We can optionally collect a signature from both the guardian and the minor, if required. Additional signatures from staff members can be requested also.
One question per page:
Your Wherewolf waiver will only display a single question per page allowing it to "validate" the answers provided as they go, meaning your guests can't proceed pas the current page until they have completed the current question in an acceptable format.
The reason for this is to limit distractions and keep the guest focussed.
It also avoids the common and problematic user experience that occurs when filling out a long list/sequence of questions only to be told on submission that 5 of the questions (undefined) now need review, requiring the guest to scroll back up through the entire waiver and find these 5 instances, identify/correct the mistakes which can become a hunt for a needle in a haystack and totally breaks the fluidity of the checkin that we aim to provide your guests.
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