TransactField AppThis topic is related to TransactField App. | Deprecated in 21.11 This feature was deprecated in 21.11.
To use TransactField App, you need to install it on your device or a computer.
To install TransactField App:
Don't uninstall TransactField App from the device, because it will delete all local not synchronized data. If you need to uninstall it, make sure you don't have any outstanding not synchronized work on your home screen. You should update TransactField App from the app store instead.
When you first launch TransactField App, you will be presented with the login screen as shown below.
If you can't see the Create Account button, refer to System Settings.
Each organization using TransactField App has their own Journey Manager server, which stores all the forms and submission and other relevant data. When you first install TransactField App, it is configured to use a standard Trial Server. You will need to configure it to point to your organization's Manager server. Your system administrator will send you information about which server you need to use.
To configure which Manager server to connect to:
The default for users evaluating the app on trial is https://trial.avoka.com/field-worker/.
You will only need to configure the server once - TransactField App will remember the configuration.
System Administrators can choose from a range of languages.
Don't purge the device or change portal URL - this will delete all data from the device so you can not recover all unsynchronized data.
For more information on TransactField App configuration, see configure TransactField App.
After launching TransactField App, you need to log into the server. There are several different ways to obtain your user-name and password.
If security settings are configured, you may be allowed to create your own credentials in the system, as described below:
Your system administrator have created an account for you already and have l provided a username and password to you:
Ensure that you are online the first time you log in, as TransactField App caches your credentials so you can work offline disconnected from the Manager server.
In some cases, you can be configured to reuse your existing organization credentials:
You will be asked to login again after closing TransactField App and reopening it, or after it has timed out.
Next, learn how to use TransactField App.