Currently, people reviewing RFPs have to download a ton of documents if scoring by question. It would make it a lot easier to manage if the respondent's uploads (usually PDFs) could be displayed in the browser without us having to download and open the file.4 votes
Often we get excessively wordy answers from our vendors, when half (or less) would suffice. It would be very helpful to be able to limit the number of words or characters allowed within answers.3 votes
On a side panel highlight in red number of items which still needs to be completed. For example: 1.1 Legal Questions [Red]2[Red]/81 vote
When scoring, if you click in the middle of the icon for any number, it selects the lower number. You have to click to the right of center to get it to select the intended number. This wastes a lot of time. Any click in the number icon should result in that number being selected.1 vote
Hi there Jim!
Apologies on the delayed response. It seems like the Scoring buttons are working as intended. It looks that if you end up clicking in-between the scores the closer you are to either side left or right of the 50/50 split in-between.
For example between 2 & 3:
- 2.5 & lower will go to 2, and
- Higher will go to 3
Let us know if we are missing anything and please continue to let us know what we can do to improve your experience.
- JC -
When typing in a question, sometimes the format layout is on 2 lines for a reason. RFP 365 currently does not save or recognize a question layout, and this would be helpful.
When providing an answer, if the answer has been copied and pasted (with bullets AND sub-bullets) the sub-bullet formatting doesn't save properly.16 votes
When the end RFP results are downloaded and separated by vendor, it would be helpful if documents that were uploaded in the RFP were titled with the section and in order.8 votes
That’s a great idea. We do that on the ‘other side’ of the solution, so that same idea could be ported over.
- Don't see your idea?