4.5 Custom FieldsAs Account Administrator of an ASQ Online Enterprise account, you have the ability to create custom fields. A custom field is used to capture specific data that you want included in a Child or Caregiver Profile. If there is any child or caregiver-specific information that you want ASQ Online to track, you can use the custom field feature to do so. Once a custom field is created, a Provider or Program Administrator will fill out that information when adding or editing a Child or Caregiver Profile.
a. Location* (Choose whether this field will appear on a Child or Caregiver Profile)5. When you have finished entering the information, click the Save button.
b. Label* (This will be the name of the custom field)
c. Spanish Label (This is the spanish translation of the Label that will appear in the Spanish version of your Family Access pages if you have a Spanish Family Access URL.)
d. Required* (Indicate whether or not you want this custom field to be a required field within a Child or Caregiver Profile)
e. Include in Family Access* (Indicate whether or not you want this custom field to appear in Family Access. All required fields must appear in Family Access.)
f. Data Type* (Choose the type of custom field you would like. Your options are: Text, Drop-down menu, Date, or Yes/No)
g. Format (If you choose "Text" or "Drop-down menu" as your data type, you can format how would like this data to be entered) NOTE: If you are creating a drop-down menu custom field, Format becomes a required field. You will need to enter the options that you wish to appear in your drop-down menu. You will also need to indicate whether you will allow users to select more than one option from the drop-down menu, by selecting "Yes" or "No" next to "Multiple selections allowed."
h. Default value (Allow a default value for the custom field appear automatically.)
i. Example (Provide example text to help a user to better understand the type of information that should appear in the field.)
j. Spanish Example (This will include the Spanish translation of the Example field. If filled in, this will appear in the Spanish version of your Family Access pages if you have a Spanish Family Access URL.)
k. Position (Enter in numbers 1, 2, 3...etc., to determine the order of the custom fields. The custom fields start to appear after the last child profile/caregiver profile field.)
l. Description (Enter in a description of the field to help the user understand the reason for completing the field.)
m. Spanish Description (This will include the Spanish translation of the Description field. If filled in, this will appear in the Spanish version of your Family Access pages if you have a Spanish Family Access URL.)