I have created one survey in Collect Desktop format. Is it possible to export survey design from Collect Desktop to Collect Earth? I didn't find this option.

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Jinkai

asked 28 Jul, 01:00

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Dear Jinkai,

You may export the survey in two ways:

  1. From the page that contains the list of Surveys: Click on the survey, then the Export button appears on the bottom of the page, click on it. alt text
  2. From the survey design page, there is a button on the top-right corner that offer some advanced functionality (among which you have the export function) alt text

Then you get an Export dialog where you can choose the format and the language (if more than one) that the survey should be exported on!

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answered 28 Jul, 10:37

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edited 28 Jul, 10:39

Sorry, i cannot find the option for Collect Earth. see below for the screenshot. i only have three options to export: Collect Desktop, Collect Mobile, Relationship DB(SQL).

Jinkai

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answered 28 Jul, 17:59

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Drar Jinkai,
That option has been removed in the latest version of Collect since there are some adjustments to make to the survey in order to make it work for Collect Earth (like adding some hidden required fields etc.).
The possibility to convert a survey into a Collect Earth survey will be added in version 3.14 of Collect.
Thanks,
Open Foris Team

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Hello Jinkai,

Just to add to this that if you want a survey that can be used in Collect Earth you need to specify this in the fist step when you create a new survey:

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edited 31 Jul, 12:06

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