Dear Stefano et al., Just for your information: while comparing the preview and the published version of a Collect survey, I found that the unit labels differ. The preview is using the label field (like m for meter), while the published version is using the unit name (which is usually too long for the form).

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Dear Lutz,
There is no difference between the preview and the published version in terms of visualization.
The problem can be that maybe you have unit labels in different languages: the preview shows the labels in the language selected in the survey designer, while the "published" version uses the language of your web browser and if a label in that language is not defined, than the name of the unit will be shown. This applies also to attributes and entities.
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Open Foris Support Team

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Thank you, you are right and solved my problem! I was not aware that the language also affects the units!

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