I am starting to work on a new Survey123 project that will use an existing project as the framework and need some tips on how to make this happen in the most efficient manner.
Last year we developed a Survey123 survey that members of the public used to collect over 3,000 observations (points) and affiliated attributes. They were also given the option to capture polygons and line features. This year the project is evolving from a data collection effort to a management effort.
In the previous iteration of the survey we had three groups that we accessed via a conditional question; condition, action 1, and action 2 and were all within the same feature layer. This year we are going to use Field Maps that will allow users to interact with the features created last year. We would like to separate the three groups into individual surveys (tables) that will point to the point feature layer through some sort of relationship. Finally, we have added some questions to all the groups (surveys).
Here are my main questions:
This might seem scatter brained but if you need clarification about what I am trying to accomplish please let me know.
Thanks for any and all help.
Getting close to the end of the day here, but I would recommend looking into experience builder. I have used it internally to allow staff to select a road segment from a pre-existing line feature class and add new information using Survey123. I would recommend watching this Webinar as well since it has some really good info about new functionality in Survey123 (i.e. editing attributes & geometry):