• Introduction to Geolocation Fields

      Overview A geolocation field is a type of field that allows users to record geographic location information in a screen in a client record. That information is then displayed in an interactive map within the screen. These fields can be added to any screen type and multiple geolocation fields can be added to the same screen to track different types of geographic location data. Screens that include geolocation fie...

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  • Introduction to Fields and Field Editor

      Overview When client data is collected in Clarity Human Services, it's collected using fields. There are fields that are created and maintained by Bitfocus and available to every customer, including fields for the HMIS Data Standards. Custom fields can also be created, allowing communities to track data specific to their local needs. Fields are created and managed in Field Editor. When edited within Field Edito...

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  • Creating and Editing Custom Fields

      Fields are created, edited, and deleted in Field Editor. As noted in Introduction to Fields and Field Editor, configurations made to a field in Field Editor impact its appearance and functionality in any Screen it's added to. For more information about configuring fields at the Screen level, see Creating and Editing Screens and Screen Data Fields. Only fields with a Table Type of "Custom" can be created and edit...

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  • Hidden Fields

      Overview Fields can be configured to be “hidden” in screens in Screen Field Editor. A hidden field will not display on the screen in the user interface, but can still accept and store data.  A hidden field can accept and store data 3 different ways: Cascading data: if data cascading is enabled for the Program, corresponds with the screen type, and the data value falls within the time threshold, the previously r...