How to find a form already submitted in DataScope?

Step by step on how to find forms already submitted on the platform

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Written by Aristotle
Updated over a week ago

There are two ways to perform a search for submitted forms at DataScope:

  • Logging in to the web platform

  • Accessing from the mobile application

In both cases it is necessary that the device used has access to an internet connection, since the reports consulted were previously synchronized and are located on the servers of the account.

To search the forms users must follow the following steps:

From the web platform

1. Log in with your credentials through the website

2. Access the Resume tab.

3. Choose the filters you want to use to perform the search.

4. Then, click on the Search button.

5. The results obtained will appear under the word Activity.

6. If the result of your search yields more than 20 forms, the results will be reflected on the following pages. To access them, you must click on the Next button at the bottom of the page.

Tip - Make sure that the date range you are using is equivalent to the date of submission of the form, since by default it shows the last 7 days. If you are not sure, choose wider date ranges.

In the Mobile Application

1. Log in to the DataScope application on your mobile device. Make sure the user you are using is the same as the one who sent the answer you are looking for.

2. Enter the App Menu, the three lines in the upper left of the screen

3. A menu will be displayed where you must select the My History tab

4. A tab will open with two guides: Pending and Completed

5. Access the guide Completed

6. In the lower right part of the screen you will see a pink funnel to which you must click to access the available filters to perform the search

7. You must apply Start Date + End Date and optionally add a location, then click on Update to apply the filter

Tip - Use longer periods of date (start and end) in case you don't remember the exact date when you sent the form.


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