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SurveyStack New Features: Markdown & Map Tracing

Introducing two updates to enhance your SurveyStack surveys! Elevate Your Survey Content with Markdown Each question available in the SurveyStack builder has “Label”, “Hint” and “More Info” field that allows survey designers to provide details and instructions to the user. These fields offered room for detail but we wanted to further customizability, so we updated […]

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New Feature: FarmOS x SurveyStack Notifications & Updates 

Are you using the farmOS integration with SurveyStack? If so, you may notice some recent updates to make your user experience better than ever.  Notifications The biggest change is that there are now more notifications via email when the status of a user’s farmOS integration changes. Previously, there were no notifications sent out in most […]

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PDF survey outputs

New Feature: PDF survey outputs! We’ve heard requests and built an all-new feature that many of you have asked for – the ability to create PDFs of surveys. If you’re in the process of drafting a new survey and want to see what it would look like on paper or pass it around for collaborative […]

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SurveyStack & farmOS Convention Schemas

SurveyStack & farmOS Convention Schemas If you missed the most recent farmOS community call, you can catch the recording here: farmOS Conventions Schema Discussion Greg and Octavio from the Our-Sci team presented the recent work they’ve been doing with systematizing conventions for farmOS using json schemas. If you’re interested in documentation, interoperability, or the nuts […]

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SurveyStack New Feature

Survey version management, a new Help button, plus updates to the SurveyStack x Hylo integration survey. Version Management Creating a great survey often involves lots of changes, edits, and improvements. The downside is that after a long building process, you can end up with a bulky survey with dozens of past versions that slow down […]

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Smart Accounting for Improved Ecosystem Services – an interview with Dr. Dan TerAvest

Smart Accounting for Improved Ecosystem Services – an interview with Dr. Dan TerAvest In case you missed it: Dan TerAvest, cofounder of Our-Sci, was interviewed for Proofing Futures. Their conversation covered SoilStack, developing tools for a diverse user base, and reducing costs through data automation. “How do we measure resilience? How would we have confidence […]

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Our-Sci wins ‘Gazelle’ FastTrack award at Ann Arbor SPARK

Our-Sci wins ‘Gazelle’ FastTrack award at Ann Arbor SPARK Presented at the a2TECH360 conference in Ann Arbor, the SPARK FastTrack awards recognize fast-growing “gazelle” organizations. Our own Puspa Ghimire and Abhi Agrawal were in attendance to accept the award.

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SurveyStack New Feature: Image & File Upload

We’ve heard your feedback: when building surveys, users want a way to add images, diagrams, and supporting files. Now you can, right in the survey builder! Image Upload Image upload allows the user to upload one or more images from their computer. This feature has a variety of applications- it could be used to see […]

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Open Technology Ecosystem for Agricultural Management – an interview with Dr. Dorn Cox

Open Technology Ecosystem for Agricultural Management – an interview with Dr. Dorn Cox “Our Sci is building some of the key utilities for conducting large-scale public science. One of the core orientations that OpenTEAM has taken – that I think is really important to large-scale collaboration – is focusing on the way in which we ask […]

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SoilStack: Smart Measurements for the Future of Soil Health

SoilStack is designed to be an open-source, all-inclusive, flexible tool to make better decisions about soil sampling, while maintaining clear permissioning and the ability to adapt to future needs.

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