Filter records
See a subset of your pain and daily reflections based on criteria you define.
Android
Web App
Detailed Steps
  1. Press Filter Bar. On any tab within Results or on the Report screen, there is a bar along the top that says "No Filter Applied...". Clicking it opens up the filter screen.Choose record type. You can select Pain Records, Daily Reflections, or both. The Daily Reflection Score section and Meaningful Activities sections will only be displayed if Daily Reflections is checked. Likewise, the other sections will only be displayed if Pain Records is checked.
  2. Choose any/all/none. The filter screen allows you to create a set of criteria. Choosing any/all/none from the drop-down at the top of the screen determines how these criteria will be applied. For example, if you choose "Head" and "Neck" under Locations, the results will be different depending on what you have for the drop-down. If "any" is selected, then any records which contain either "Head" or "Neck" are displayed. If "all" is selected, then only records which contain both "Head" and "Neck" are displayed. If "none" is selected, then only records which do not contain either "Head" or "Neck" are displayed.
  3. Select criteria. Within each section, you will be presented with a list of values that can be checked off. In the Timing, Severity, and Daily Reflection Score sections, you will see slightly different dropdowns, as the values are typically quantitative instead.
  4. Apply Filter. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and press Apply. The screen you are on, either a Results Tab or the Report screen, will now have a filter bar that turns red with a message that "Filter Applied". The corresponding subset of records that match the criteria is diplayed.
  5. Remove Filter. On any screen that has a filter applied, you can remove it by pressing the menu icon made up on three dots in the top-right of the screen. Select Remove Filter from the expanded menu, and the filter will be automatically removed. Please note that if the filter was applied as a default, it will return the next time you open the app.
  6. Apply Default Filter. Instead of pressing Apply on the Filter screen, press the menu icon made up of three dots in the top-right of the screen. Select Apply As Default from the expanded menu, and the filter will be applied. A default filter will appear automatically on all your devices every time you open the app.
  7. Remove Default Filter. When you open the Filter Bar, press the menu icon made up of three dots in the top-right of the screen. Select Remove As Default from the expanded menu, and the filter will be removed. The default filter will no longer appear automatically on any of your devices every time you open the app.

Common questions
How do I select only a certain date range? Open the Filter Bar, expand the Timing section, and choose the appropriate values from the "Start Date of Record" field.

Why am I not seeing all my records? You have a filter applied which should be removed. If it is a recurring problem, you may have a default filter applied. You should follow step 7 and remove the default filter.
Detailed Steps
  1. Go to Results. Click the Results bar along the bottom of the screen or go to the sidebar on the left-hand side and select Results.
  2. Press Calendar icon. On any tab within Results, there is a calendar icon on the right-hand side. Clicking it presents you with four options.
  3. Choose Last 7 Days or Last 30 Days. When you select either of these options, then records that were entered prior to the last 7 or 30 days will not be displayed. Please note that the last 7 days occurs as of yesterday, not the current day. For example, if it is currently January 8th, and you select Last 7 Days, then all records from January 1st (inclusive) will be returned. This means that there are potentially records with 8 different calendar dates from January 1st through to January 8th which will be returned.
  4. Choose All Time. When you select this option, then all records are displayed.
  5. Choose Custom Range. The first click selects the start date of the required date range, and the second click selects the end date of the required date range. The dates selected are inclusive, meaning that records on the specified start and end dates will also be displayed.

Common questions
Why am I not seeing all my records? The calendar icon defaults to the Last 30 Days, so you may need to change your setting to All Time if you would like to see older records.
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