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How-To use ‘Location’ Questions

Overview

SurveyToGo now has a location question – a type of question which allows the interviewer to capture his GPS location manually through a given question or let him choose a location from a map.
This how-to will introduce you to this new type of question, in a few simple steps:

Step 1: Adding a location question
Step 2: Configuring the location question
Step 3: Viewing the captured data.

 

Step 1: Adding a location question

First, add a new question and set it to be a location question type.


Then, this is how the question will look like on the device:


By clicking the ‘Capture GPS’ button, it would capture the current location according to the GPS readings of the device, this data will be available as this questions answer – in addition to the automatically captured latitude & longitude for each interview.

 

Step 2: Configuring the location question

Under the questions ‘Answer’ tab, you can find the two possible configuration for this type of question.

 

 

Option 1 – ‘Set location as interview location’:
This will replace the Latitude & Longitude that were captured automatically for the interview, with the location captured in this particular question.

Option 2 – ‘Let user select from map’:
This feature is enabled only if having a valid internet\Wi-Fi connection.
It will open Google Maps, and will allow the surveyor to select a location for this question directly from the map, by just clicking on it.

This is how it would look on the device:

 

Step 3: Viewing the captured data.

Now, we can see our captured data within this interview through the operations console

That’s it!

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