The app settings screen is not just for fine tuning Fulcrum for your use. This is also where you will change basemaps and/or download them to your device, sign out of your account, and much more.
To access the Fulcrum settings page you can click the overflow menu (three vertical dots) in the upper-right corner of the screen and then select settings from the picklist.
View the account and organization context you are currently using. You can switch which plan you are accessing if you are a member of more than one plan by tapping the organization that you are currently accessing. In addition, this is where you can sign out of Fulcrum to switch to a different context.
The map view options is where you can enable and upload custom layers to Fulcrum.
At the top of the view view section is an option to filter the list view based on map view. When enabled, the list view will only display records that are visible on the map view. Next is the list view sort options, which allows you to sort by title, status, date/time created, or date/time updated. Also you can change between the sorting order.
Allows you to set the sync functions. You can choose to Auto-Sync after launch and choose whether to automatically sync records after record edits. Auto-sync only pushes the saved record up to the server and does not pull down any other changes. By default, Auto-Sync is off.
Below the two auto-sync options are the various Media Sync options. These options allow you to set the sync settings for your media. This includes: photos, videos, audio files, and signatures.
You have three sync settings to choose from for each of the media types: Cellular or WiFi, WiFi only, or Never.
Adjust the photo quality setting between available quality settings: Native, High (1080), Medium (720), and low (480). Depending on the camera app’s quality setting, Fulcrum may downscale the photo to the quality setting set in Fulcrum. If the quality setting in the camera app is lower than the setting in Fulcrum than no upscaling will occur to the photo.
- Adjusting the picture quality can have a big impact on sync times, cellular data consumption, and the amount of media storage your photos consume.
When Save to Gallery is enabled, a copy of the image taken will be stored locally in the gallery app.
Adjust the video quality and whether or not to save the videos taken during data collection to the camera roll.
- Adjusting the video quality can have a big impact on sync times, cellular data consumption, and the amount of media storage your videos consume.
When Save to Camera Roll is enabled, a copy of the video taken will be stored locally in the photos app.
The Data management section has options pertaining to the data and media that is stored within the Fulcrum database within the mobile app. You can clear the synced data or media files, as well as, clear default values that are currently stored on your device.
Reset Records Cache
Resetting the stored records cache will remove all cached records on the device. Any records that have not been synced will not be removed. Details on resetting the record cache can be found here.
Clear Synchronized Files
This option will clear all synced media files off of the device. This can be used to free up storage space on the device.
Clear Default Record Values
Clearing the default record values will clear all values that have been saved on fields that have default to previous value enabled.
The about page contains the Fulcrum version, support, and terms of service information. As well as, some additional tools & utilities. The backup database function will create file that you can share with us in the event that there is an issue with the normal means of syncing your records to the Fulcrum server.
Utilities & Tools
Database Export: This tool will create a copy of the Fulcrum database and store it on the external storage of this device.
- The backup is intended for developer troubleshooting only and cannot be directly imported into Fulcrum.
Location Debugger: Use this tool to see the details about the location updates Fulcrum is receiving. This can be used to help troubleshoot external GPS accessories.
Orientation Debugger: View the device’s orientation sensor output, including azimuth, pitch, and roll.