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iOS Collect 2.70.7March 11, 2020
- Added support for the new eventlog appearance for text audit fields.
- Added support for the enforcement of secured devices, according to the relevant server setting that can require from devices to be configured with a lock screen before interactive with the server.
- Allow field plug-ins to use placeholder text from the interface translation tables for supported field types. See QUESTION_PLACEHOLDER_LABEL in the field plug-in API doc for more details.
- Added better support for identifying and reporting on field plug-in errors.
- Fixed a bug that was preventing text audits from collecting data after closing and re-opening a form.
- Fixed a bug with date fields to allow dates before 1970 to be entered.
- Fixed a bug that was causing the text audits to capture visits on the repeat group themselves.
- Fixed a bug that could show an "invalid index" error when using the table appearance with dynamically-sized repeat groups.
- Fixed a bug that would prevent the table from being shown for repeat groups with the table appearance.
- Fixed some Spanish button labels that were incorrectly translated.
- Fixed a bug with the index() function that was preventing some forms to load fast.
iOS Collect 2.70.6November 26, 2020
- Added the ability to send device settings to a server (for setting up default device configurations).
- Fixed it so that references to form attachments are no longer case-sensitive.
- Fixed a bug in the quick setup screen that would prevent scrolling while the keyboard was shown.
- Improved the warning message for the username field when the current username stored in General Settings hasn't yet been authenticated.
iOS Collect 2.70.5August 14, 2020
- New “Auto download on demand” option in General Settings.
- New “Auto install downloaded updates” option in General Settings.
- New "Quick setup" feature, available when you first install the app or from General Settings.
- Added support for the Run quick setup button on the quick setup instructions page. Clicking it can now directly launch the quick setup feature in Collect.
- Adjusted the vertical spacing between select_one and select_multiple options to make it more comfortable on higher-resolution devices, and added a new Display density setting to allow user control over the spacing.
- Case management UI will now show the last time the case list was updated. In both the tree view and the table view, a new bar will appear at the top showing the last time the cases dataset was updated.
- Fixed a bug that could prevent a user from accessing a case if there was an error in the case list (such as two forms with the same form ID).
- Improved the auto-download schedule.
iOS Collect 2.70.4July 20, 2020
- Fixed a bug that could cause an "invalid int" error when selecting a date or time.
- Added support for phone-call-duration() and collect-is-phone-app().
- Fixed a bug that would cause Collect to ignore certain appearance options if they were specified in the wrong order in the Appearance column.
iOS Collect 2.70.3May 30, 2020
- Added support for the new function: plug-in-metadata().
iOS Collect 2.70.2May 15, 2020
- Added support for the new server setting: Require users of SurveyCTO Collect to store forms and data in private app storage.
iOS Collect 2.70.1Apr. 26, 2020
- Added support for the new device-info() function, and made it so calls to the new phone-call-log() function will be ignored (since call logging is not yet supported in the iOS version of Collect).
iOS Collect 2.70Mar. 29, 2020
- Added support for field plug-ins to allow form designers more flexibility to extend and customize the appearance and functionality of their forms.
- Added support for a variety of new functions for form designers, like empty(), sum-if(), and count-items().
- Fixed the soft keyboard to offer the negative sign for integer and decimal fields and the proper decimal point for decimal fields.
- Fixed geopoint fields with the "background" appearance to preserve their original values when the form is saved and re-opened later.
- Improved the robustness of the finalization process for encrypted forms, to better handle cases where attachments are missing.
- Fixed the jr:choice-name() function (and the newer choice-label() function) to be able to retrieve choice labels even when they are dynamically filtered and have not yet been shown to the user.
- Fixed a bug that was causing Collect to sometimes crash when a geopoint field with the "background" appearance tried to get a location update.
iOS Collect 2.60.13Jan. 2, 2020
- Fixed the annotate, draw and signature appearances of the image field to open in landscape mode.
- Fixed questions with embedded sound files to stop the playback when the user swipes away from the question.
- Fixed a bug that would cause issues for barcode fields when the device orientation changes.
- Fixed a bug that was preventing saved forms from loading when the form definition had design issues.
- Fixed the maps and placement-map appearances of geopoint fields to show the current location as soon as the map loads.
- Fixed the compact-X and quickcompact-X appearances of the select_one and select_multiple fields to not render in a single column when there are images attached to choices.
- Added a warning when media files are missing from question labels.
- Added a confirmation step when removing a response to match Android Collect.
iOS Collect 2.60.12Dec. 16, 2019
- Fixed the Zoom to current location feature for geopoint fields with maps and placement-map appearances.
- Added a confirmation step to exiting a form when discarding data to match Android Collect.
- Fixed the barcode field type to allow you to replace the barcode.
- Removed the deprecated Form processing logic setting.
- Fixed a bug on iOS 13+ that would prevent image fields with annotate, draw, and signature appearances from being able to accept touch input.
- Fixed a bug that could cause the app to crash when it encountered a select_one field with quickcompact or likert appearance and the choices have images but no labels.
- Improved the choice list popup for select_multiple fields with minimal appearance.
- Improved the error message for file fields when the supplied file is disallowed by the defined MIME types.
- Fixed a bug that could cause some error messages to be covered by the keyboard.
- Fixed a bug that could cause the app to crash again after resuming a crashed form.
- Fixed a bug that would cause the file name in a file field to still be visible even after removing the response.
iOS Collect 2.60.11Dec. 6, 2019
- Improved the appearance of all select_one and select_multiple field appearances to better match Android Collect.
- Added the ability to reload forms in progress with new form definitions.
- Added the ability to submit crash reports.
- Added several features into the General Settings menu including user access controls for Constraint processing behavior, Default to finalized, Edit saved form options, and Days to auto-backup.
- Fixed a bug that would prevent coordinates from being saved by geo fields with map or placement-map appearances.
- Fixed the Disable Skip to Next feature.
- Fixed bugs in geo fields with appearance map and placement-map appearances.
iOS Collect 2.60.10Nov. 22, 2019
- Fixed several issues with field types not behaving well while in landscape orientation.
- The table view for repeat groups with table and table-labeled appearances will now fit the full width of the screen.
- Improved language support for French, Spanish, and Hindi.
- Added protections against dangerous regular expressions that could cause the app/device to freeze.
- Fixed a bug that affected the appearance of select_one and select_multiple fields with the minimal appearance when there were images attached to the choice labels.
- Fixed a bug that could cause field links in hint text within a repeat group to link to the wrong field.
- Fixed a bug that would allow you to skip required fields by swiping very quickly.
- If an admin password is configured, it is now required before the admin menu renders in the background.
- Added a warning when a field label contains an image but the image attachment is unavailable.
- Intro and thankyou notes are now scrollable.
- Fixed a bug preventing text from being able to wrap in thankyou notes.
- Fixed a bug that could cause overlapping toast messages related to incorrect login credentials.
- Fixed a bug that could cause the app to crash while attempting to restore form data.
- Disabled the clear answer feature on note fields.
- Improved the formatting of the resume crashed form popup.
- Toast notifications will now appear at the bottom of the screen instead of the middle.
iOS Collect 2.60.9Oct. 31, 2019
- Added support for HTML field labels in the question screen.
- Improved the performance of the go-to screen.
- Audio and video fields will now play back audio using the phone’s speaker instead of the earpiece.
- Improved the screen layout when the keyboard is visible to allow scrolling behind the keyboard.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent being able to scroll all the way to the bottom of very long field groups with list-group appearance.
- Fixed a bug preventing the default value from showing up for fields set to read_only.
- Fixed the open-source libraries page in the About menu.
- Plain-text field labels will now appear in bold (like they do in Android Collect).
- Fixed an issue that could cause the app to crash trying to save changes from a note field with the thankyou appearance.
- In the manage-cases screen, forms that are not installed on the device will now appear in brackets (like they do in Android Collect).
iOS Collect 2.60.8
- Added support for the read only field property.
- Fixed an issue with randomized choice lists for select_one and select_multiple fields.
- Fixed an issue preventing the decimal separator on the device keyboard from being clickable if the device’s region uses a comma separator instead of period.
- Got rid of a large gap at the top of the “Send Finalized Form” menu for iOS 9 and iOS 10.
- Fixed an issue where the “Cancel” button in a barcode field would be too low on some screens to click.
- Fixed an issue that would cause the ‘record’ button in audio fields to be disabled.
- Fixed “Navigation” settings popup display issue.
- Turned off support for new iOS “dark mode”.
iOS Collect 2.60.7
- Added support for more select_one and select_multiple appearances (minimal, quick, compact).
- Added language support for French and Hindi.
- Added support for images in choice lists (also preloading them with external .csv data).
- Fixed a bug to prevent crashes when the user credentials are wrong and auto-download with wi-fi is enabled.
- Fixed a bug that was preventing answers from being cleared from select_one fields with “likert” and “list-nolabel” appearances.
- Fixed a bug that was causing an error when repeat instances were deleted and the “table” appearance was used in repeat groups.
- Fixed capitalization in the “Send Finalized Form” screen title.
- Fixed a bug that was causing the choice labels to be cut off for select_one fields that had images.
iOS Collect 2.60.6
- Changed the overall app interface to more closely match Android, by shifting options on the main menu into a three-dot menu in the top-right.
- Added support for the instance_name property, so that automatic naming of forms is possible.
- Fixed it so any responses on the current screen are saved whenever you use the go-to menu to jump to another screen.
- Fixed form-design errors to, at worst, exit the form with an error, rather than crashing the entire app.
- Added the first blank row to the table for the first instance of a new repeat group, when the “table” appearance is used.
- Fixed send/receive settings to be in the correct order, to match the Android version.
- Fixed forms to recognize and load .csv attachments even if they include uppercase letters in their names.
- When finalizing a form, fixed the two confirmation messages to appear one after the other.
- Fixed group names at the top of question screens not to be partly cut off on older versions of iOS.
- Fixed the app not to crash if there is a note field with the “intro” appearance that also has a missing image specified in the form definition.
- Fixed it so, after a crash, the “caseid” in a form will be properly set for the case most recently selected (as opposed to restoring the caseid from the prior crash).
iOS Collect 2.60.5
- Toast notifications (like “Form successfully saved!”) are now centered so they don’t get hidden by things like the keyboard.
- Fixed several bugs that were causing the app to crash.
- Login info is now pre-filled when you try to interact with a server but your password is wrong.
- Finalized forms were not appearing as finalized.
- Fixed bugs with image fields after clearing the input.
- Attempting to finalize a form that fails validation will now redirect you to the field that needs attention.
- Fixed bug in audio fields which allowed you to record audio while playing audio.
- Fixed bug in the ‘resume crashed form’ process.
- Fixed the go to UI for older iOS versions.
- Fixed a bug which would not update the form status in the manage cases screen after the form definition had been updated.
- The admin settings for ‘auto send with network’ and ‘auto download with network’ now toggle the correct settings in the general options menu.
- Added ‘change view’ option to ‘send finalized form’ screen.
- Fixed validation label in manage cases screen.
- Added pencil icon in ‘edit saved form’ section of the manage cases screen.
- Improved the error handling for when the device is totally offline.
iOS Collect 2.60.4
- The first form in the list of blank forms in the Delete saved form menu wasn’t being shown.
- Made the app permissions requests more specific about what was collected and how it was used.
- Fixed a bug that was causing the app to crash if you tried to edit and save an already finalized form.
- Fixed scrolling issues in the go to UI.
- Form name is now shown in the title bar while filling out a form.
- Fixed an issue with the “Navigation” setting popup.
- App will now prompt to save changes when you swipe from far left side of screen.
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