Mike Harrison

We have a story map section in our knowledge base. Please click here to understand more about the story maps.

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You can export the data stored inside the feature layer in seven different formats: Shapefile CSV File KML Excel File Geodatabase (FGDB) GeoJSON Feature Collection

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You can export the data stored inside the feature layer to an excel file by going through the following steps: Access the feature layer that you to export data of in ArcGIS online. You need to use your...

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Values for geo type questions (geopoint, geoshape, geotrace) are stored in the SHAPE column of your surveys feature layer. The ArcGIS geodatabase model only allows for one single SHAPE (geometry) column...

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The sum of repeats is calculated using the sum() function outside the repeat section. Follow the steps below to calculate the sum of repeats in ArcGIS Survey123: Open ArcGIS Survey123 Connect and create...

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We have a knowledge base article: Creating an Online Map which gives us stepwise instructions to create a new web map. You can use the same web map to collect the new data using a collector app. After...

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In order to set up a conditional question in your survey, you need to use the 'Relevant' function inside the excel sheet while creating your survey using Survey 123 Connect. Please, refer to this document...

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Yes, you can edit the survey after completing the data collection. Please refer to this Knowledge base article: Edits to an Existing Survey123 Form that Do Not Delete Feature Layer Data. You can also...

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The Cadasta Platform has an option to import many types of data inputs. This document will detail the steps needed to import these data types. 1. Text \ XLS (comma, space, or other forms of delimiters)...

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We can preload data from a CSV file that you include in the media folder of your survey by using the pulldata() function in the calculation column of a question. The pulldata() function requires the following...

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