16Sep, 2016
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The Push: Send pre-filled forms to your field workers!

Discover how to send your pre-filled forms from the office to the mobiles of your field workers, and follow the status of your ‘Push’ (forms transfered). Want to pre-fill forms and send them to your field workers for them to complete it? Got a job list for the day with information upstream from these jobs? Want to send these jobs to your onsite staff or filed […]

16Sep, 2016
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Understanding and using the Choice element

The “choice” element enables the app users with a direct preview of a list on their mobile device. This is very useful for surveys, questionnaires and short choice lists. A Choice list may be single, multiple or ranked. For example: being the owner of a cinema, you want to improve your establishment in order to better respond to the expectations of your customers and so you conduct a survey. […]

16Sep, 2016
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Secure your form using the signature element

Prevent any change to your form after it has been signed and saved. With Kizeo Forms, the user and the customer will be able to sign reports when onsite using the signature element. Furthermore, this signature can lock the form. Securing a form containing signatures prevents it from being changed once it is signed. In fact, if the user attempts to change it, the signatures will be […]

16Sep, 2016
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Understanding and using the Table element.

The Table element allows you to link your information in your forms or reports. It may be useful in various cases: tracking schedules, inventories, purchase orders, and many other situations within the limits of your imagination! For example, you are a manager of a team. With Kizeo Forms, you make reports of your monthly meetings with your associates. You need the following information: name of […]

15Sep, 2016
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Understanding the element options

Each element of your form has a number of possible settings: features, visibility, advanced options, display options and help. The options that will be detailed in this tutorial are to be set in each element that makes up your form. You can do it by clicking on the pencil icon next to the various elements.   General properties Under the Features tab, you will find various options relating to the specific element: […]

15Sep, 2016
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Understanding and using the Drawing element

The Drawing tool allows the user to make a sketch, take a photo or choose a picture from a mobile device (Photo Library) and then annotate it to report a problem, for example. Example. You are a real estate agent and you make an assessment of the apartments that you rent. The drawing field is a tool that you can use when you notice a defect […]

15Sep, 2016
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How to use the offline speech recognition on Samsung devices

It is possible to use the speech recognition options, offline, on all Samsung devices. Your device needs to be set up accordingly with the Android 4.1 version (Jelly Bean version) at least. Just do the following:   As a reminder, Kizeo Forms allows the speech recognition from the digital keyboard.    Do not hesitate to comment on this article! All your questions, comments and suggestions are […]

15Sep, 2016
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Store your forms in your Dropbox account!

Link Kizeo Forms to Dropbox to save your forms on your personal account! Get to all of your forms from anywhere, on any device, and share them with anyone! Step 1: Link Kizeo Forms to Dropbox. Go to the Kizeo Forms Settings tab  > Third Party Applications. Confirm your identity by clicking on Log in.   /!\ Depending on your browser configuration, a pop-up may be blocked the access to Dropbox. You must authorise […]

15Sep, 2016
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Understanding and using the Calculation field

Automate your calculations with the Calculation element. Presentation of the Calculation field. Insert a calculation field and access its features: Go to the element options by clicking on the pencil.   Several options are available to you under the Properties tab: Define how many digits after the decimal point will be included in your results.   Define the type of results in your calculation: number or time.   By checking the Editable […]

15Sep, 2016
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How to map your ‘Push’ on your mobile?

When you do the ‘Push’ (i.e. when you send the pre-filled forms of the desktop to mobile applications of field workers) you can show these forms on a map. The idea is to pass GPS coordinates in the pre-filled data so that the coordinates can be mapped. Step 1: Do the appropriate settings. For example, you can pass the GPS coordinates corresponding to the exact address of the […]