Rather than making contributors access the database, or even reveal sensitive data, custom forms make it easy to collect information from anyone, saved directly into the tracker. Forms are easy to create with fields that can be named, described, or rearranged, and can even be assigned default values or set to required. Any number of forms can be created for a tracker, allowing for different views or points of data entry depending on the user.
MangoApps comes shipped with 20+ ready-to-use tracker templates to cover a range of use cases including applicant tracking, time tracking, expenses, asset/contract management, payroll, meetings, requests, bugs & issues, content planning, customer tracking, and much more! Save time and see better consistency with ready-made and customizable templates.
Give users access to relevant data, or limit prying eyes by creating unique tracker views. Enable or disable columns as needed, and even create filtering conditions that ensure only the necessary data is displayed. This makes it easy to share a tracker view with an entire team or organization, but limit individual view permission based on ownership or other filters.
Every tracker keeps an activity feed to update relevant team members of new entries, edits, deletions, or notes. Admins can set the behavior of these events in the newsfeed, additionally allowing comments to be posted on the feed post. A tracker log keeps a running record of changes to the table or forms and notes the user and time/date.
Manage and bring together data across multiple trackers to guide project management, spot trends or crucial issues, and much more. Get a shareable link or export tracker data in PDF or XLS for external use cases. Admins also get access to a tracker log that keeps a running report of all tracker changes.
When creating or modifying a tracker, the creator sets a column type for every column that is inserted. These align with the type of data that will be entered in and changes the behavior of the column accordingly. These column types accommodate numbers, amount, check boxes, date, email, phone number, rich text, URL, radio box, user/team look ahead, and tracker lookup/reference. Trackers also include system columns which identify data by submission/modified user and date and can be hidden as needed.
Tracker creators and admins have the ability to set column width and height to be applied to all team members. Rows can be set to short, medium, tall, and extra tall heights, while column widths are set freely on column borders. When changes are made, a save button appears on the top bar to apply the change. These can also be set differently for each table view within a tracker, ensuring that settings best match the visible data.
Rows can easily be selected in bulk with an option to ‘select all’ up to 500 records at once. Bulk actions include the ability to lock/unlock, archive/unarchive, or delete entries. Archived entries can be accessed by selecting the archived view from the table view dropdown. Bulk actions will require a confirmation to ensure that large scale changes are made thoughtfully.
Additional Tracker Features
How Our Customers Use Trackers
Track and maintain important business data
Quickly and easy gather data or submissions using forms
Search, share, or use tracker data based on business or team needs
Manage notifications and set permissions for internal or external user editing
Export data with ease in a number of usable formats
Track and manage the response of change requests, purchase requests, and issue reporting
Maintain facility and office inventory or assets