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Hi Nouman,

On of our developers, Adam Venezia, writes the following.  Please email him at adam@sawtoothsoftware.com to get his example.

The Offline Surveys app for both Android and Windows support using JavaScript's location APIs. Attached is an example of code you can paste right into a Lighthouse Studio question. I suggest making a Free-Format type question, creating a few custom variables, and then use the JavaScript to assign the hidden form inputs in order to save the GPS data as part of your survey. The example code only displays the data.

On the Android version of Offline Surveys, upon launching the app for the first time, you will be requested to allow the Location permission. Press allow, then sync your survey to the device, and you should be good to go. On the Windows version of Offline Surveys, you don't have to grant permission, so it should just work. Finally, web based surveys will work too, depending on the browser.


Adam Venezia
Software Engineer
(801) 477-4700
Jan 20 by Bryan Orme
Need your quick response on below thanks
Jan 17 by Nouman Saeed
Dear Bryan Orme,

There should be an option to get GPS Coordinates in offline survey, so that we can trace interviewer for QA, other Companies offer to get offline GPS Coordinates like dooblo, nfield and many other but Sawtooth  Offline Survey fail to provide such facility.

there are many more facilities but for now GPS is important!!!!!.....if there is no any option than please provide any reasonable solution

Jan 17 by Nouman Saeed