Weekly Release Notes - 2024-07-02

Hello everyone,

We hope you are enjoying this warm week and you will enjoy our latest updates. This release includes a new feature, a valuable improvement, and several crucial bug fixes. Here is a detailed look at what’s new:

:rocket: New Features

Polar integration

We integrated WHOOP wearables last month. Now, you can also use Polar wearables in your study to easily gather data on health and performance, including heart rate, sleep, and exercise data. You have a wider range of data sources to support your research. For detailed information, visit Polar on the Avicenna Learn website.

:sparkles: Improvements

Reasons behind empty survey responses

Ever wondered why some survey questions are unanswered? Now, you can see the reason behind each missing question response in your researcher dashboard. We believe this will improve your understanding of the survey flows taken by participants. Visit survey responses for more details.

:lady_beetle: Bug Fixes

Incorrect names for exported/downloaded data files

Last week we improved the names of all the files that can be exported or downloaded via the researcher dashboard. However, some of those names were not completely based on the conventions. We fixed that.

Reloading studies after receiving a reload signal

We fixed an issue where the iOS app did not reload studies after the first time when a reload study signal was received while the participant was on the study homepage of the app.

Constant general error on the Data Sources page of the app

We resolved a bug that caused the iOS app to constantly display a “Something went wrong” error message when participants accessed the Data Sources page of a study.

Infinite loading for eligibility surveys

We resolved an issue in the participant web app where eligibility surveys were always loading when they were shown to the participants.

Responding to questions used in some criteria

We addressed an issue in the participant web app where responding to some questions that were used in the criteria of the next sections prevented the participant from moving forward.

Thank you for your continued feedback and support which helps us make Avicenna Research better with each release. We hope you find these updates useful. As always, we welcome your feedback and encourage you to reach out with any comments or questions on our Community Forum or contact us directly via Email. Stay tuned for more updates coming your way!