Is there a way to access the images from a survey so I can post process them and add them to a report?
Check out: Is it possible to save photos taken with Survey123 to the device? from May 10th. The answer is in there.
I saw that earlier but I don’t have access to iTunes at work so I was hoping there was an easier way. I’m currently logged into the website, looking at my survey. I’m in the “data” tab viewing the table of my data. Each feature in the table has at least one image associated with it and is visible below the table. I’m saving them and naming them one at a time to a folder on my computer. It’s slow and tedious, but I need the images for a report and was hoping there was an easier way to do it.
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May be the python script referenced in this blog post may help: Downloading data captured with Survey123 for ArcGIS
What I did was connect to the HFS in ArcMap and create the report in layout. Then use Data driven pages to kick it out. Also I think I remember that each photo has a url to it?
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Retrieving data ...