- How can I submit data to my surveys?
- Do I need to be an ArcGIS named user in order to use the Survey123 field app or web form?
- What ArcGIS role do I need to have to use Survey123?
- Can I share my survey with users outside my organization?
- How accurate is the location captured by the Survey123 field app?
- How can I improve the location captured by my device?
- Can I work with a device that does not have a data plan?
- Can I work offline?
- Does Survey123 support the High Efficiency Image Compression format?
- How can I integrate Survey123 with Workforce for ArcGIS?
- Why can't I see the Sent box or the Inbox for my survey?
- Can I install the Survey123 field app and the Survey123 Classic field app on the same machine?
- Why can I no longer ignore SSL errors?
Once a survey is published, you can share it with one or more groups in your ArcGIS organization. At that moment, your survey will be available to users, who can submit data through the Survey123 field app. Surveys created on the web can be accessed directly over the browser from your desktop or mobile device, making it easy for people to capture data right away. Surveys created on the web or in Survey123 Connect can also be downloaded to your desktop or mobile device and used in the Survey123 field app. The Survey123 field app is a more robust approach to data capture, supporting online and offline workflows as well as very large surveys.
To publish a survey, the minimum privileges required are as follows:
- Create content
- Publish hosted web layers
- Share maps and apps
Typically, this would be a Publisher role, but you can also create a custom role in your organization that contains only these privileges.
To use a survey, the minimum privileges required are as follows:
- Use maps and apps
- Join groups
- Edit features
Typically, this would be a User role, but you can also create a custom role in your organization that contains only these privileges.
For additional details, see Organization roles.
Connect to Wi-Fi to download the Survey123 field app, as well as any surveys you need to take to the field. You can then begin capturing survey information without a data connection. All of your survey results will be stored locally on your device. When you return to the office and have a Wi-Fi connection, you will able to submit your data. This workflow can also be used when running ArcGIS Enterprise behind a firewall.
Yes. Your surveys will continue to work while disconnected.
If you've included a geopoint question in your survey, be sure to also include an offline basemap in your survey. For details, see Prepare basemaps for offline use.
iOS 11 introduced the High Efficiency Image Compression (HEIC) format, which is used as a default image format for photos taken by iPhone 7 and later devices in the camera app. HEIC images are not supported by ArcGIS Online, so HEIC images attached to surveys are converted into JPEG files before submission.
Workforce for ArcGIS works well with Survey123 for ArcGIS, allowing dispatchers and mobile workers to communicate as they complete assignments. You can integrate with Survey123 to provide mobile workers a clean transition between updating their assignments in Workforce and capturing data in Survey123. To do so, create your survey, and configure Workforce to open that survey. For details on configuring Workforce, see Integrate other Esri apps. You can also learn more about Workforce through its resources.
Once you've configured your Workforce project, mobile workers can open Survey123 through Workforce, opening Survey123 with the associated survey and also creating a geopoint at the location of the assignment.
Only one version of the Survey123 field app should be installed on a machine, as both use the same URL scheme. If both versions of the app are installed on the same machine, and the URL scheme is used to launch the Survey123 field app (including surveys launched through Workforce for ArcGIS), the unwanted version may launch.