Learn how to automatically retrive the date and time of your fields and your entries on your customized reports or emails!
Have you successfully digitalized your projects? Do you use your smartphone coupled with Kizeo forms to scan your barcodes or QR-codes? You've come to the right place! Discover our tips to:
Do you need to modify your forms by deleting or replacing some obsolete fields? You've come to the right place, this article will answer all your questions! First of all, it must be understood that deleting a field means that the information previously entered in that field is no longer available. You will lose all the information entered in the field in the past three hours, two days, three years etc. To retain your old entries while [...]
Do you know how to archive your forms? This trick will allow users to retain access to the data of a form, while preventing data entries. Our Tips and Tricks will be useful in case of modification or migration of your form. The first option to archive a form, is to remove the access rights of your users ( see the tutorial on user rights). However, this action will prevent them from accessing their data. To avoid this inconvenience, we [...]
If you want to retrieve data entered in your forms and automatically integrate them on your CRM, ERP or any other business software, it is essential to go through our API.
Do you use the table element in your forms for your purchase order or inspections? Learn how to format it in your Word and Excel templates to customize your reports.
If you have trouble logging into your Kizeo forms account, there may be several reasons for this.
Do you know that you have the possibility to add your logo on the Kizeo Forms application? You can add your logo on the Standard PDF document, the form as well as your custom reports.
Do you want to automatically send an email to the employee’s direct manager during a new registration? Find out how, using customizable user fields, add one or more email addresses and automate sending!
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