I am being introduced to ArcGIS Online at my new internship and will be required to use the Collector App in order to map out amenities on our local Greenway. I have everything setup fine, all my layers made it over from ArcMap into my Group's database which are now editable and viewable while in the Web browser. When I open the map in the App on my iPhone, it doesn't seem to be working correctly. The "+" sign at the top of the screen is not there, which ends up not allowing me to add any points to the map; also, the "test points" I placed on the map in the browser do not show up on my mobile device either.
I have checked around and made sure all "Editable" options are activated that would allow or disallow the editing of my map and the layers. Does anyone know any options to fix this or what could have possibly been done wrong that would cause this problem?
I was informed that our Group IS hosted. I hope this information helps. Thank you for the help so far.
Update:: The layers were originally put into ArcGIS through publishing them out of the .mxd file and the second attempt was done by feature service from a shape file to see if this made a difference. Still no luck unfortunately.
Once I chose the option to "Share with Everyone" the map became editable on my mobile device! So that problem is now out of the way, I am curious as to how it will be possible to get maps editable in the future without having to make them accessible to the whole world; considering I might be working with data that cannot be open to the web, I might need to tackle that problem eventually.
Seeing as how this worked after you made it public, I am guessing maybe your editable service was not shared appropriately to the group you were accessing the map from, therefore was not loading as part of the webmap in collector. A map does not need to be shared with everyone to be editable--please keep that in mind when pushing out editable maps. Especially if the data is sensitive etc.