Dozens of colleges and universities are using CoVerified to return to campus as safely as possible while navigating the challenges of COVID-19. Students, faculty and staff can use the app, administrator analytics dashboard and direct testing data integrations to enable a customized return plan.
- Symptom reporting
- Contact tracing
- Institutional single sign-on
- Testing site scheduling
- Test result data integration
- User clearance status [Remote, Clear, Restricted]
- Custom rules & push notifications
- Administrator analytics dashboard
- Custom roles & viewing permissions
Process improvements, bug fixes and other updates.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Way to go, dedicating the testing tab to telling you how to get tested, and dedicating the alerts tab to telling you you’ve gotten your test results. Though, you can’t find your test results there, even though that’d be really easy. It says you need to go to the test results tab.
There is no test results tab. Instead, it’s a very small button at the top of the testing tab with no label on it. It looks like a calendar or reminder icon, and there’s not even a red notification bubble on it or anything. Only there, in the most hidden tucked away part of the app, will you find the very thing you use this app for - seeing your test results.
Reliable and convenient, so far
I’m using the app on an iPhone and iPad (iOS 13.5–13.7) without a problem and haven’t encountered the update loop that others have. Results are reported by a notification on my phone as soon as they’re posted, which I like, but not sure why no notification on my iPad (iPad app is set to receive notifications). Some elements of the interface aren’t intuitive but make sense after you go through it once; instructions from my school helped for the first time through. The symptom report is for new symptoms only.
frustrating and inaccurate
the app won't even work on my phone: it keeps saying theres been an update to the app, and needs to restart, in a constant loop. so i downloaded it on my ipad, and i was able to log in. but, despite me being at home for the past 10 days, its saying that i've been exposed to a member of my 'campus community' who's symptomatic...how? the fact that an app which is supposed to keep track of important information is blatantly wrong BEFORE i even step foot on campus is troubling to say the least.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.