Seems like a pretty good app, just one thing The fact that it doesn't do landscape mode, while not bad on a phone, is a cause of serious neck and shoulder pain on a tablet. Also, it would be nice if it was more interactive--there's a daily list to do to stay well, it would be nice if you could check off those things as well as things in your action plans as you do them. To me, that would make it easier to do in the moment. It would be good if it could be somehow synced between two devices (ie phone/tablet) so you don't have to redo everything on each device or in the event of having to reset a device it had a backup or restore function.
Same problems as some other. Do I need to purchase a new app to put it on a new phone? Be nice if you had a help liat.
It works Scrolling has been fixed and the app is no longer crashing on opening. This is a useful app now. Ideally, triggers would each have their own action plan.
I'm missing some fingers since an accident I had, so the app has been great for me and I'm a co-facilitator!
A great tool for forming and organizing strategies for self-care and crisis intervention
Can't chose a tool the save is greyed out any help?
Fixed license check for Lollipop
Mobile version of Incident Action Plan incident management software package