Dynamically population select_one with names of previously encoded data

Hi. I would like to ask is there a way to population a select_one question with names of persons I encoded in a previous repeat question? If doing a household survey and I need to enter all the members of the household. After entering all the members of the household, there is an individual form that every member of the household needs to accomplish. But I need to show the names of members previously entered as a select_one question to avoid mistyping the names already encoded.

Thank you in advance.

Herdie Hizon

See https://opendatakit.org/help/form-design/#xpath_expressions
In particular, the BiggestNofSet form. Also available at
https://opendatakit.appspot.com/

ยทยทยท On Fri, Nov 4, 2016 at 1:57 AM, wrote:

Hi. I would like to ask is there a way to population a select_one
question with names of persons I encoded in a previous repeat question? If
doing a household survey and I need to enter all the members of the
household. After entering all the members of the household, there is an
individual form that every member of the household needs to accomplish.
But I need to show the names of members previously entered as a select_one
question to avoid mistyping the names already encoded.

Thank you in advance.

Herdie Hizon

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Mitch Sundt
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Hi @Herdielh

Please kindly look at this and see whether it solve your problem. Generate multiple choice alternatives, based on the answers in a repeat

thanks
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