Videos - DataScope

In this article, you will find videos that explain the different features of DataScope.

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DataScope is the ideal tool to eliminate the use of paper, save time, and collect data in the field efficiently.

The platform allows your work team to respond to personalized mobile forms (even offline), from their cell phones or tablets, through the DataScope application. All information collected is available to be viewed in real-time, exported, or integrated with other systems.

Below you will find several explanatory videos to guide you through the main steps of using DataScope.

1. How does the Web Platform works?

On the web platform, you will create your forms, review the information collected in real-time, and much more:

2. How to create your forms?

Easily create and edit forms on your own using our Mobile Form Builder. Add photos, signature, geolocation, checklists, and many other types of questions available:

3. How to complete your forms?

Through the DataScope application, available for Android or iOS, you and your users will respond to the forms created:

You can also share your forms through a link, so that users (or not) can complete it using a computer:

4. How to view and export your data?

All the information collected is available to be viewed in real time on our Web Platform, exported in Excel or PDF, automatically presented in our graphics panel or integrated through our API:

📌 Advanced features:

1. Assign tasks to your users

With our task assignment tool, you can assign forms to your work team to be completed at the desired time and place:

2. Create lists to make building your forms easier

Lists in DataScope are data structures that allow you to store a series of elements (such as customers, products, services), in order to use them as alternatives in certain issues to facilitate the construction of your forms:

3. Customize your reports

At DataScope, whenever a form is answered, a PDF document is generated as proof of this operation. By default, this PDF has a fixed structure, but if you need a specific format, you can create the layout exactly as you wish:

4. Use conditional questions

Conditional questions allow you to establish a logical order in the questions on the form. This order depends on the answers that the user enters, meaning that the system skips some questions if the previous answer meets or does not meet a specific condition:

5. Create automatic notifications

Whenever a user responds to a form, you can automatically send the PDF of the completed form by email, with notifications for fixed or variable emails (depending on the customer he had visited, for example):

6. Integrate your data with Google Sheets

Integrate your form with Google Sheets to receive the information collected instantly, create your own custom graphics, and more:


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