If you are often in areas with no or unstable internet, you can still use the necessary basic functionalities in Strato. You can prepare you data for offline work in advance or keep working even though the internet connection fails.
Simple but effective offline options in Strato
Even though Strato is built for working online, we know that some might sometimes have to work where there is no internet connection. The Strato offline mode enables you to work offline in a simple but efficient way.
Some functions only work when you are online. However when working in offline mode, you can still carry out the most important actions. You can:
- Create and edit client demographic data
- Perform audiometric measurements
- Carry out hearing instrument fittings
- Perform REM/HIT measurements
- Write journals
When your internet connection fails
What if the internet crashes while you are working? In those instances, Strato asks you whether you want to close Strato down or keep working offline. If you choose to work offline, you will have to create clients with a minimum of information, before you can work with them. When you are online again, Strato will ask you to merge your data, and as long as you have used a personal identifiable ID for the offline clients, your data can easily be merged without duplicates.