For further FAQs on specific parts of the BRYTER platform (e.g. Applications) and application areas (Document Generation, please also have a look at these FAQ articles:
🗄 Frequently asked questions: Applications
🚀 Frequently Asked Questions: Published Application
📄 Frequently asked questions: Document generation
🔐 Frequently asked questions: SAML/SSO
👥 Frequently Asked Questions: Data Privacy
1. Is there a limit to the number of Nodes I can create in BRYTER?
No. Regardless of the type of license, you have with BRYTER, there is no limit to the number of Nodes you can create in the BRYTER editor. We do advise against building very large modules (>500 Nodes) – mainly from a maintenance perspective. Consider breaking large modules into sub-modules within the same Application connected with a Case Database or URL Parameters instead.
2. Can I create PDF documents that can be downloaded through the BRYTER module?
Yes. You can create DOCX or PDF documents using the Create Document Action Node. These documents can then be sent via email or made available for download. The template you are uploading into a Create Document Action should be a DOCX file.
3. Can I customize the generated Docx or PDF so that it matches my corporate identity?
Yes. You can use style documents to adjust the visual appearance of the text. Make sure you are using your own template that you upload into a Create Document Action.
4. I finished building my Module. How can I make it available to a user?
5. What are nodes?
Nodes are building blocks for your Module. Using Nodes, you ask your users questions and collect their responses. Learn more about Nodes.
6. What are Actions?
Actions are a specific subset of Nodes that your users cannot see. Instead, only you can see them in the BRYTER editor. Action Nodes are used to do specific actions or store information. For instance, you can use actions to do calculations or to send an email.
7. What are Results?
Results are the endpoints of your Module. A Module can have multiple results, one for each individual outcome. In the Result Node, you can show a summary of responses based on the input from your user or you can provide a link to a document that your users can download for their records.
8. What is a Transition?
A Transition is a connection between the different elements in your BRYTER editor, such as Nodes, Action Nodes, and Result Nodes. A Transition dictates the Conditional Logic which shapes the user's path through your Module.
9. Can I adjust the visual appearance of the Module that my user sees?
Yes. Please get in touch with your Customer Success representative and we can work out a custom look for your Module to match your corporate identity.
10. How can I store the responses from my users?
When you publish your Module, you can choose whether or not you want to store responses from your users. You can view and download these responses through the statistics available on your Dashboard. Alternatively, you can reference all responses and send them via email to a dedicated mailbox or write the responses to a database.
11. How can I create a summary based on my user's responses?
Build a summary page by using Text Block Values and referencing all the Nodes leading to your Text Block Value Node. You can also use Conditional Blocks to display information to users only when responses were provided for specific Nodes.
12. Can I copy & paste Nodes?
Yes. You can copy and paste Nodes using common keyboard shortcuts. When you paste your copied Node, it will be added below your currently selected Node.
13. Can I send emails from my BRYTER Module?
Yes. Use the Send Email Action to automatically send emails from your BRYTER module. You can send the email to an address you provide or you can first collect an email address from your user and then reference it as the recipient.
14. Can I generate Excel sheets or Powerpoint presentations?
Unfortunately, we currently only support the use of Word document templates.
15. Can I style these Word templates?
Yes. You can customize your own DOCX template with text formatting, layout, and predefined text elements. After uploading the template to a Create Document Action within the BRYTER editor, it will be populated with the relevant information.
16. Can I collaborate with others when building a Module?
Yes. From your Dashboard, you can add collaborators to your module with their email addresses.
17. Can I connect a database to BRYTER?
Yes. You can integrate BRYTER with external data sources through a custom integration. Learn more about Integrations and get in touch with us so we can tailor a plan to your business needs.
18. I want to embed my Module on my website. Is that possible?
Yes. You can embed your published Module in your website using an iframe. You also can adjust the size of the iFrame.
19. How can I prevent users from circulating data without authorization?
In BRYTER, you can protect your Module with a password. For the highest protection, you can also publish single-use one-time URLs.
20. Where is your data stored?
Our data policy is GDPR-compliant and is stored on servers in Frankfurt, Germany. If you wish to run BRYTER on-premise, please get in touch.