Once you have created a new program, you will be prompted to create a new page.
On the new page screen, you will be able to give the page a title. Page titles are optional, but are helpful for navigating the application both for applicants and you.
Additional options are the Page Class and Hide from Evaluators. The Page Class will set for whom the page as well as it's sections and questions are intended.
|Class||Who Can See It||Who Can Edit It|
|Applicant||Applicants, Evaluators, Providers||Applicants, Providers|
|Evaluator||Evaluators, Providers||Evaluators, Providers|
Hide from Evaluators will hide that entire page from the evaluators. The page and it's contents will continue to be visible to the provider and to the applicants.
You can always return to this area to change the Page Class or edit the title.
After saving a new page, you will be taken to the New Section page.
NOTE: As you build your application, you will also see the application tree on the right build up. This will prove to be important, as it's how you'll navigate your application for editing.
The creation of a new section is almost identical to that of the a new page. The classes will work the same, except that the class will only apply to that section and its contents. The same goes for the Hide from Evaluators - it will apply to that section and its contents.
You will notice an additional option on the New Section page. Towards the middle of the page will be On-Line Recommendation or Information Request with a "Select" button. If you are signed up at the Enhance or Bells & Whistles service level, you will see that the "Select" button is active. This is how you will create these online requests (click for more information). If you are at the Trial or Create levels, you will see that the button is grayed and inactive.
Questions also have a class and an ability to hide from evaluators. The Question Class and Hide from Evaluators will apply only to that question.
Once you have created your application, you may need to go back and make edits to existing pages, sections, or questions. Click here for more information on this process.