Now that our CRM project is in pretty good shape, let’s explore some of the many ways you can make use of your data. This includes printing Saved Searches, Custom Layouts, and labels, working with other apps, exporting, and more.
Using our CRM project, learn how to better sift through your data with features like Views, Custom Layouts, and Saved Searches.
Now that we’ve built our foundation for a CRM, let’s link it to a second form for storing notes, logs, and other details about your contacts.
I’m kicking off a new series that explores how to build all kinds of projects in Tap Forms. First up: a customer relationship management tool (CRM).
Hey There! The folks at the European Motion Picture Association have created a series of video tutorials that some of you might find very helpful. They cover many different aspects of installing and using Tap Forms 5. It makes for a very good introduction to many aspects of Tap Forms 5. Please have a look! […]
Hey There, I’ve received a few emails asking me how Tap Forms works with the new European GDPR that comes into affect on May 25th, 2018. Here is the answer to that question: I don’t have access to or store any of your information stored within the Tap Forms apps on any servers that I […]
Hey There, If you have an IBM Cloudant account right now, you may have received an email about them shutting down their multi-tenant shared service on March 31, 2018. This is true. They are shutting it down. But all they’ve done is added Cloudant to their larger suite of services known as IBM Cloud. So […]
Hey everyone, Today Tap Forms 5.2.1 has been released to the world. From here on forward in this post I’ll just call it Tap Forms 5.2. Tap Forms 5.2 represents months of work to provide you with some cool new features. What’s New in 5.2 iOS 11 support. The Bento Template Import function now supports […]
Hey There, I just wanted to let you all know that the current 5.1.4 version of Tap Forms does work in iOS 11 as long as you don’t use the Add to Calendar or Add to Reminders function. There may be an issue with scrolling in long Note fields too. I’ve been hard at work […]