1. Design the Form

Once a user has signed up for an account and is logged in, she can immediately progress onto the design of the form that will be used to enter data. This is done easily using a friendly interactive interface where:
  • validity of the form can be set
  • status is set that defines the availability of a form
  • multiple pages/screens can be created in order to group fields and create structure
  • each page can contain several fields of various types (text box, dropdowns, long lists, radio, etc)
  • fields can be configured in many ways in terms of validations, mandatory input, autocomplete, etc.

2. Share it with Mobile Users

After the form has been created and set to Ready status, it is up to the account administrator to decide which mobile users should have access to it using the Publish tab:

3. Collect Data

Each account comes with a unique mobile application login URL.

This application has been specifically designed and optimized for the web browsers of mobile devices.





Users John and Jane must now navigate to the above URL using their mobile devices and enter the login credentials. They will automatically be presented with a home screen listing all forms they have been granted access to. Selecting a form will render the same form as was designed previously, this time ready for the data to be input.

4. Analyze and Export Results

As data is entered by the mobile users, the account administrator can immediately see the results using the Results tab of the desktop application:

Results can also be:
  • viewed in raw listing
  • exported to Excel or CSV in Grouped or Raw listing
  • filtered
  • deleted






Structured results (dropdown inputs, radio buttons, multiple checkboxes, etc) can also be represented graphically within the Analyze tab:

User Manual

For a more detailed overview of the workflow and how the application is used, see the User Manual found at the following link: http://forge.acquee.com/projects/acquee/wiki/Um-en.