In the words of my Spatial Networks colleagues, 2018 was characterized most by growth, opportunity, technology, passion, and creativity. It was a great year!
While we’re excited about what 2019 has in store, we thought we’d take a look back at our top blog posts from last year. Here are the hottest topics compiled into one handy list in case you missed any of them.
Our semi-annual “All Hands” events are always energizing and fun-filled, but October’s was definitely one for the record books.
VP of Product Coleman McCormick explains how to create lookup tables for common datasets to be referenced in your Fulcrum apps.
Whether you start from one of our premade app templates or from scratch, it’s easy to create a custom mobile inspection forms with Fulcrum. Here’s a step-by-step guide.
Product Manager Bryan McBride walks through how to integrate Fulcrum with Drive, Google’s file storage service, leveraging Apps Script.
Learn how to view your drone maps within Fulcrum on your smartphone to use as reference when collecting data with this video tutorial by Coleman McCormick.
We dive into the four most common data collection methods for gathering quantitative and qualitative information from the field.
Get to know Professional Services Engineer Joe Larson, former wildland firefighter, craft beer aficionado, BBQ chef, hiker, explorer, and Fulcrum wizard!
Human geography is a social science that helps us better understand cultures and anticipate human behavior. We explore the major themes and what they can teach us.
Our Customer Success Manager, Cory MacVie, claims the top spot with his roundup of community-driven crowdsourcing apps.
There you have it! Stay tuned for more great insights from the Spatial Networks team. We can’t wait to embark upon the 2019 chapter with you!
Is there a topic you’d like to see us write about? Tweet us at @fulcrumapp and let us know!
Fulcrum is a data collection platform that enables organizations to reduce costs, access critical data in real time, and improve decision making at every level. With Fulcrum, you can create custom apps using our simple drag-and-drop builder to turn your paper documents into digital forms that your field teams can quickly complete on mobile devices.