The app does not allow sign-in with FB/Google/ or with Public account, the option is there but after sign-in access is denied.
Okay that makes sense!
Accessing the Survey123 app using your workflow is a method named users use to access surveys specifically shared with them, but as you note, this isn't possible with your users.
For your users, you must supply them with the survey in a different manner. Can you please try this:
If this doesn't work for you, let us know. How were you planning on letting the general public know about the survey? Is using the app prefered over completing the survey in a browser?
We do support login via FB/Google when the person login in is a named user with data editing capabilities on ArcGIS Online. Login to Survey123 will not work with Public Accounts, whether via social media login or an ArcGIS Online user name.
Therefore, if I create a public survey and I send the link to someone who does NOT have an ArcGIS online account they cannot complete the survey. This is contrary to what the documentation is leading me to believe was available with this platform. Am I missing something?
The documentation states for Survey123:
The link at the bottom of the Collaborate tab can be shared so others can launch your survey. The link can be configured to open the survey in a browser, open the survey in the field app, or allow the user to choose where it is opened.
A public survey can be filled in by anyone; login is not required. This generally means that the results will be anonymous, as most people will not be able to log in to provide their identity.
My point continues to be that the Survey123 Field App requires a login with a named user ArcGIS Online ID. This negates the ability to have someone perform the survey anonymously who does not have an AGOL account (i.e., citizen science) with the field app. I keep thinking there must be something I am missing.
Can you send us some screenshots of what your end users are seeing?
Can you check that both the survey form and feature service are shared with Everyone?
What method are you using to tell users about the survey/how do they access it?
The images below are what "I" get when I try to use the Survey123 field app without my Named Institutional AGOL account. If I can't access the app then the general public cannot. We can't even get to the area where the survey is located. Is there a process that I am missing?
Thank you. Working with my Institutional Administrator we have determined that we can do this! I appreciate your help. The Survey123 documentation is not really that good so I am glad that there are forums to answer these questions.
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