Hi, I have an idea for an app I’d like to move forward with on Adalo. There are two functions for it I’m wondering if Adalo has the capability to do?
I would like for users to set a reminder to take a medication, fill a survey, fill a journal, etc. on a daily to weekly basis. Basically function like the Alarm app on iPhones, but send simple one time notifications personalized to the user and how they specify the reminder for themselves.
Note: Can this be more easily done on Backendless? As I see that they offer scheduled push notifications and integrate with Adalo.
The specific survey would be something like PHQ-9 where there are 9 questions to answer which in the end gives a numerical score from 0-27. Can it be made so that when the user clicks to input PHQ-9, the 9 question survey pops up, they are prompted to fill it, and then the end score is stored in the system and charted? I would want a graph to be created as they go on filling the PHQ and other metrics. I would want just a chart associated with these scores for simplicity’s sake, not needed to have a calendar plugin to go back and see what score was when.
For the same app where they fill out medical surveys and fill journals on a consistent basis, I would like the ability for them to share their progress with another person (e.g. medical provider who is also using the app). The way I see this happening is each user has a unique code and the provider tells them their unique code, which the user inputs on their end and then for 30 min, the provider will have access to view the specific details of their surveys and other metrics (these details would be the automatic charted results of their surveys, overview of how often they took their medications the past 30 days, etc.).
Note: This feels like it may be very complicated and make the app timeline a lot longer. Would it be better to have a share function where the user can just have an email sent off to a specific person with a pdf/csv of their information?