Record an image in your survey along with the location where it is captured, using the image geo-tag question. Here is everything about it.
If you want to capture not only the image but also the location where it is captured, you can use the image geo-tag question on Collect. It is particularly useful when you want to ensure that an image was clicked at a specific location, for example during an inspection or audit.
In this article, we will discuss:
- How to create an image geo-tag question on Collect web
- How to answer an image geo-tag question on Collect app
A. Creating an Image Geo-Tag Question
An image geo-tag question has multiple elements like question title, question keyword, help content, and some quality settings. To understand them better, we will take a example and create it on Collect.
Example: We want to get the image of every respondent along with their location. For this, we will add an image geo-tag question on Collect. Now, we want that this image should be taken live, so we will disable uploading images. This question will look like the image below.
To create this question on the Collect web dashboard, we will add the following details:
- Question Title: "Capture an image of the respondent:"
- Mandatory Question: Yes (Check-marked)
- Question Keyword: "image"
- Image Quality: Medium
- Location Accuracy: Medium
You can watch the video below to learn how to create an image geo-tag question on Collect. Please use the full screen mode to view it clearly.
B. Answering an Image Geo-Tag Question
When you open this question on the Collect app, it will look like the image below. To answer the question:
Step 1. Go to the image question and tap on "Geotag Image".
Step 2. Wait for the location to be fetched.
Step 2. Capture an image using the camera and click on "Save".
Step 3. If you have answered all other questions, click on "Submit" to submit the complete response.
In addition to image geo-tag question, Collect supports 27 other question types like image, location, signature, etc. You can read more about them in this detailed guide.
Help and Support:
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