The label function allows you to categorise patients.

In order to create a label, click "Settings" at the top of your page and then "Label settings" on the left hand side, you will see the page below, this will show your current customised labels (if any):

In order to create a customised label click "add label" as shown above and type the label you want to add (e.g. Enquiries), you will also be able to allocate a colour by clicking on the coloured box on the right:

Once you're happy with your text and colour selection, go ahead and click "βœ“" on the right as pointed out below:

You have now successfully created your "Enquiries" label. You can create as many labels as you wish.

How to add a label to a patient

To use your customised labels, click "Patients" at the top of your page and then select the patient for whom you would like to add a label. On the summary page you will see "Label":

If you click "Label" then you will be able to type the name of the label and select the label from the suggested option:

Your colour coded label will appear as below. You can assign multiple labels to a patient. Click the "βœ“" as pointed out below when you have finished adding the labels:

Once you're done, this is what your label will look like:

You will always be able to add/edit/delete those labels by hovering your mouse over the label and clicking the edit button pointed out below:

Once you have created your labels and added them to patients you will be able to search through the patient list by these labels. To show your label options, click on β€˜All’ as circled below and you will see a list of your labels and the number of patients with the given labels:

Select the label you wish to view and your patients which have been assigned this label will be displayed.

You can also export patient data reports on your labelled patients. For more information on reports kindly click here.

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