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Respondent information submission

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Asked on June 17, 2020 1:22 pm
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I have had no problem. Submitted 5 new political entries yesterday (June 21) in my Canadian province (BC).
You didn`t say where you were from so I took the time to look in the directory and see you are from North Carolina. What I have done in BC Canada should be similar or even identical as a process. When you have all of the sources saved before attempting to enter a respondent`s info it helps at the time and later on to recheck.
I have developed a system after finding corporate or political people on the web and then saving the respondents website as a bookmark or copy-paste into a Word doc. This document then gets save into a folder with the respondents name. In looking for an exhibit from corporations I usually use a screen capturem app, or for a political person I find the responsibility of the political entity in the government website, and this gets copied and saved into the same folder. I save the url of everything I`ve put into the folder about this person. The screen capture jpg file acts as an exhibit or information to justify them as a respondent.
It is time consuming but having a system means everything gets easier through repetition with no loose ends as it is saved and available if questions or forgetfulness occurs. There were a couple at first that I simply found what I needed but did not save the sources and now I wished I had.
Hope this helps
Edward Cannell

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Answered on June 22, 2020 12:50 pm
Thank you Edward. I appreciate your input and tips on organization!
( at June 22, 2020 2:18 pm)