Depending on the status of your MissionMissions (often called surveys or audits) are a set of tasks for a group of users and places. Missions are the main event of GoSpotCheck., there are a number of different actions you can take to help manage it.
The green Start button is used to deploy a Mission immediately. In order to start a Mission, it must be assigned to at least one TeamA Team is a group of users, typically sharing one or more common characteristics. There are two types of Teams in GSC: Smart and Standard. and one Place GroupPlace Groups are logical groupings of Places--perhaps by region, retailer, management responsibility, or anything else that is meaningful for your organization., include a Name and Description, and at least one TaskA Task is a question in a GoSpotCheck Mission that allows you to collect data. There are 11 different types of tasks that you can include in a Mission, as well as conditional tasks. A mission can have as many tasks as necessary. Tasks can be organized into sections, which we recommend for particularly long and/or complex missions in order to simplify the work flow for your field users, as well as for reporting purposes.. Only started Missions are visible in the Mobile App.
When you stop a Mission, is it no longer available for Mobile App Users to complete. Stopped Missions can be started, copied, or archived.
If you want to create a Mission that is similar or identical to an existing Mission, you can utilize the Copy Mission feature. When you copy a Mission, it copies the entire mission structure, including Sections, Tasks, Teams and Place Groups.
NOTE: The Copy Mission feature does not copy the responses. When you copy a Mission, before starting it, make sure to verify that the Teams, Place Groups and properties are what you want.
When you no longer need to view the data/reporting associated with a stopped Mission, you can Archive it. Archiving a Mission is a helpful way to clean out the Stopped Missions section.