Download from https://tulip.co/library/apps/tulip-starter-app/
Use this starter park to find the building blocks of your application. Use these templated steps to be able to create a consistent look and feel for your applications. You can take these steps, add your own content, and start tracking meaningful data and analytics within minutes.
How To Use
There are two main ways you can use this starter pack:
- Edit directly and build application immediately
- Copy and paste pieces of the application and distribute
The following articles will help you get started:
Types of Steps:
Scan or Select Order
Connects to a Tulip *Jobs table. Also has built-in logic to support barcode scanning.
Edit image, subtitle, name of step, and text to quickly make work instructions. Copy the step to add more. https://support.tulip.co/en/articles/2292884-how-to-add-copy-delete-a-step-in-an-app
Modify the text on the left hand side, and link the checklist variable to a variable with a meaningful name and you are good to go. https://support.tulip.co/en/articles/2268515-how-to-create-and-use-variables
Checklist with Additional Info
Copy and paste these data inputs to be able
Quickly show variables that were previously captured for review. by editing the data name and choose the corresponding variable.
Add a New Order
Links directly to Tulip Table. Can reuse this step for any type of data entry form to a Tulip Table. Just rename the fields/variables and update the trigger on the 'Save' button to connect to to the new table.
Data & Analytics
Pre-built analytics are available for this application if you are interested in using it immediately.
First Pass Yield
Anytime some records an event, the system is tracking and generating the Fist Pass Yield.
Average Step Time By User
No modifications necessary, Tulip automatically tracks time elapsed on step. Modify the step target times to be able to track against a certain tar get. https://support.tulip.co/en/articles/2290898-how-to-add-step-and-process-timers
Number of Completions
Track Number of Completions based on number of times a user presses the 'Complete' button.