Following our massive update to the forum system, we've spent the past couple weeks revisiting the reports that you see after completing surveys. Currently, they are very data driven. However, we want to tailor them to the needs of our members, and use them as a way to gain great information about our community and sleep apnea in general.
In the following posts, you'll find the concepts for the new survey reports. Please keep in mind that these are not accurate reports (the percentages and results are not based on actual data), but concept designs to show how we plan to present the information in this redesign.
Below, we’ve listed a few guided questions to help us understand your thoughts. Since MyApnea.Org is a patient-powered network and we value your feedback so greatly, everyone who posts on this thread with substantial answers to these four questions will receive an entry into a drawing for a $50 Amazon Gift Card at the end of this week!
Do you think these summaries of key information are useful? Will they help you understand your sleep apnea experiences better, and/or better help you relate your experiences to the rest of the community?
Are these new reports easier to understand than the current bar charts?
We plan on leaving the current reports (with the bar charts) available to view for any member who wishes to learn more detailed information. How likely are you to use these detailed reports?
Please let us know any other comments/thoughts about the new survey reports.
Here's one example of the new reports, with others in the following posts:
Note: the old reports (the current bar charts) will still be available!
Thanks @Ed, I posted your tips in the sticky on this forum so they can help more people!
Here are 6 quick tips for traveling with CPAP from @Ed :
Hi @truckerdad57 and @Ed, could we include these in the sticky so they're easier to find as the forums grow more active? You guys gave some great advice!
@honeybee how was this morning for you? I'm hoping you find yourself getting used to it more and more - what has the hardest part been so far?