If you want the inspector to write a text response to a checkpoint, this can be done by defining one of the following types of checkpoints:
- Text (for showing simple text fields, like an address)
- Text table (for showing a tabular overview of data with column and row headers)
Each type will be explained below:
The text checkpoints can be used to define a simple list of text inputs:
Use the + and - buttons to add and remove items from the list.
When displayed in the app, it will look like this:
Please note that the inspector can add more data by pressing Add text input.
To define a tabular text input method, use the Text table checkpoint type.
To define the structure, click Edit Text Table. This will open the dialog shown below:
In this example, the intention is to capture the top 3 customers for a factory, each with information about name, country and % of sales.
When shown in the app, the inspector can fill in the information column by column:
New rows and new columns can be added by tapping New Row and the + sign in the upper right corner.