Want to skip a question you just received from Qeepsake? Skipping a question allows you to receive your next question, or if it's your last question of the day, you'll be able to text in a spontaneous moment.
If you're on Qeepsake Plus or Premium, there are two ways to skip a question.
1. TEXTING IN SKIP
The skipped question will get moved to your Previous Questions folder. Once you "skip" your last question of the day, you'll then be able to text Qeepsake a spontaneous memory or photo (without associating this memory with your last question).
Skip a question to save a spontaneous memory:
And remember, you can always open the mobile app and go to your previous questions feed to answer your previous questions. You can learn more about answering previous questions HERE.
2. SKIPPING IN THE MOBILE APP
If you are using the mobile app, when looking at your dashboard feed, your latest question will always appear in your dashboard view (even if you receive your question by text message). If you click on the 3 ellipses in the top right corner of the card, you'll then see the following options:
If you click on 'Skip to Next Question', you'll then receive your next question through your delivery channel (text message or push notification).
PLEASE NOTE that there is usually a 30 seconds delay before the question reaches you (after you click on Skip) and your skipped question will not appear in your previous question folder.
If this is your last question of the day, you won't see the 'Skip to Next Question' option. Instead, you'll see a 'Remove Question' option. If you click on 'Remove Question,' the question will be removed from your previous questions list.