Four Amazing In-Form Features of App for Mechanic

Four Amazing In-Form Features of App for Mechanic

Published on: 12-11-2014 | by Misty in App for Mechanic, digital forms, electronic forms, Mechanic App, Mechanics App, mobile forms, mobile mechanics app, Mobile Mechanics, mobile workforce, paperless

The mobile forms are central to the capabilities of App for Mechanic. Although it has a complete set of capabilities and features, none of these would be possible without the capabilities of the forms that the Mechanics App allows you and your business to use. That brings us to the question of, “What are the capabilities of the app’s forms?”

Unique Features of the App’s Forms

There are four in-form features that should catch the attention of any mobile mechanic company proprietor, and these are:

  1. In form signature
    It is very difficult to get one’s signature in when using a digital solution, but that is not the case with the Mobile Mechanics App. Remember that the app is a mobile solution and works with Smartphone-capable mobile devices – these gadgets are reliant on the touch screen for their interfaces. This means that you can use the devices’ touch screens to draw your signature into the paperless form. This feature of the digital forms alone already opens a door to many creative applications that you can implement on your mobile mechanics business.

  2. Required fields
    Because the app is designed to ensure the formulation of standards-compliant reports, the designers of the Mechanic Apps have included the ‘required field’ capability. Simply put, a user cannot submit the form or report without filling up this field. With this feature, you can prevent missing data in crucial reports as well as avoid the headaches that come with those data omissions.

  3. Graph integration
    You can use the electronic forms to make paperless reports that integrate graphs and other methods of data representation. To add to that, the forms also allow you to perform ‘Drawing Overlay’ – this means to simply draw a new graph over a pre-existing template. This enhances your capability to use graphs with the digital forms considerably, and makes you and your mobile workforce more flexible in reporting.

  4. In-form data
    This feature allows the users of the app to fill in fields in the mobile forms directly from the database. It is similar to the auto-complete features in some software, especially web-based ones. When there is a field that requires information that is already stored in the database, the Mechanic App simply lets the users access the database to find that information and fill the field up with it instead of manually entering it.

That is Only the Tip of the Iceberg

As mentioned earlier, the forms are central to the operation of the app and their features open more possibilities for the users of the app. To learn more about these features, visit Mobile Mechanics

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