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The forms you create can incorporate any number of widgets to aid the productivity and efficiency of your data collection tasks.


Scan 1D or 2D (QR Code) barcodes with code placed directly into your form.


Allows freehand drawing via touch screen, optionally on top of a custom image.


Capture customer signatures via the touch screen.

Pick List

User selects one of a list of items which you define.


Capture images via device's camera, with image stored directly in form.


Presents a date-picker widget for easy selection of a date.

Geo Location

Useful for geo-tagging real-world assets with a location. Can also be for supplying pre-filled map location for user, with 'Map' button.


Easily present yes/no questions.


Capture any free-form notes text.


Capture numeric values easily with range sliders.

Phone Number

Can optionally be used for displaying a pre-defined telephone number, with a convenient 'dial' button.

Date Time

For accurate time-stamps. You can optionally define buttons which capture the current time-stamp, placing directly in form.

Advanced Form Features

Your forms can incorporate the widgets above, but can also apply the following advanced features to them:

Skip Logic

You can define custom rules which can result in some fields being skipped conditionally.

Repeat Sections

You can define groups of fields which can be captured multiple times.

Page Logic

Fields can be grouped into separate pages, for easier management of larger forms. Pages can conditionally be skipped via custom rules

Custom Actions

You can define any number of 'actions' which control the way a form is opened by the user, for example a 'Cancel Job' action which prompts for 'Cancel Reason'

Linked Forms

Forms can contain links to other forms, eg. a Job can link to a Customer.

Group By

Users can be presented with a list of Forms, say 'jobs', which can be grouped by any field value, like 'job-date', for easy drill-down navigation of larger lists.

Advanced Customizations

Easily manage mobile forms from the web console, where you can utilize these customizations:


You can use industry standard CSS to describe things like colors and font sizes to use in your forms.


You can use HTML in your forms to present rich text formatting for things like legal Terms & Conditions.