When you add a notification, such as an email alert or forwarding of data to another server, you can now specify a filter so that only matching results generate the notification.
In the above example a PDF of the results will be emailed if the name contains the characters “smith” somewhere and the age is greater than 25. You can get more details on the syntax of these filters by clicking on the (i) icon to the right.
Note that the name and the age has also been included in the body of the email along with the PDF for the results. You can embed any question answer in either the subject or the content of the email.
Identifying Objects in Images
Artificial Intelligence has now been build into Smap! In the parameters of an oversight form you can now add “auto=yes” to questions that refer to an image. That image will then be processed by Amazon Recognition to identify objects automatically. For an example of how to process an image in an oversight form refer to this article.
- In the monitor there is a separate column for “Upload Errors”. This just shows the number of errors that have been seen on phones or webforms when users attempted to upload results probably to a deleted or blocked survey. Usually the administrator will fix the problem and then the user tries again and this time the data is sent. You don’t need to worry about this number just make sure that all results end up being sent from all the phones successfully.
- Previously if you renamed a form part way through data collection you would see two rows of upload counts. One for surveys uploaded to the old name and one for the new. Now only the latest form name is shown along with the total of uploads for that form.