25May, 2018
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How to view suggested lists on your form?

In order to facilitate the entry of elements for your employees in the field, you can offer them a suggested list or in other words an input field linked to a predefined list. This could be, for example, a list of sites to inspect, collaborators, etc Choose the input field from a suggested list on your phone! To view the suggested list option: Step 1: […]

26Jun, 2017
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The External List Page Now Has A New Look!

The External Lists page in your Back Office is getting better! Indeed, we added new features to simplify the use of external lists and plus it looks way better! 1.The new features From now on, you can: Quickly find your list by entering its name, heading or owner in the Search bar (on the top right corner of your screen) Sort the display of the lists you have in your […]

26Jun, 2017
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How To Use The External List Page

From the external list page, you can create, modify and delete your external lists. You can also manage their rights. First, let’s log into your Kizeo Forms account from the online platform www.kizeoforms.com Second, click the External lists tab on the left side of your screen-> Then My external list. 1. General Use In this section, we will go over the basics of this page, like for instance the display settings […]

21Jun, 2017
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How To Update An External List Using Kizeo Forms’ API?

  This article is intended for advanced Kizeo Forms users and the instructions given here require IT skills. Using external lists inside your forms is very convenient. It allows you for instance to insert useful informations like customers contact details, lists of supplies or lists of references. You can re-use those same lists in different forms. Did you know that there is a way to automatically […]

15Mar, 2017
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The Customizable User Fields

Customizable user fields are used to add other fixed values to each users. They allow you to play on the visibility of your elements and sort your lists according to the profile of the user. You are a manager of a sales department. Your salesmen have visits throughout France. You want to reduce their prospecting lists to only see their leads. Moreover, in order to approve the purchase order form, […]

15Dec, 2016
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How To Use The Code List

Give a code to each item of your list or to each choice field.  The Code List allows you to change the name of a particular item when your export your form. Meaning that while filling the form in the field, the mobile worker will see the name of an item, and when the form will be exported a different name or reference will appear. Comment:  If the items […]

15Dec, 2016
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Understanding and using the Filtered list

Filter your external lists according to your users with a filtered list. A filtered list shows certain elements of an external list according to the information that is in the user files. This is a “filter” for your lists. Example. You are the manager in a biscuit and confectionery franchise. You have created a list showing the full range of your biscuits, however your franchisees do not have […]

06Dec, 2016
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Understanding and using the Referential-Hierarchical list

Save time and avoid errors when filling your digital form with the Referential-hierarchical list! A Referential-hierarchical list is a Hierarchical list mixed with a Referential list. The Hierarchical list will allow you to narrow down your search adding several categories, or ‘levels’ (up to 9). After that, the Hierarchical list will automatically fill several reference field at once (up to 49). Let’s take an example: A company […]

05Dec, 2016
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Understanding external lists

When you create a form, you may have to use the same list in several elements of your form or you may even use it in different forms. With Kizeo Forms, you can create a list that you can re-use multiple times. It is called an external list. Different kinds of external lists. Kizeo Forms has several kinds of lists: The regular List: it is just a basic list. […]

04Oct, 2016
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Understanding and using the Referential list

The Referential list may contain up to 49 ‘ref’ columns. Referential list: Allows several fields to be linked to a list. During entry, when an item is selected from this list, the data linked to that item will be automatically inserted into the field provided for that purpose. The field for this automation is the Reference field (Calculation field always allows it). The goal is to prevent the application user […]