I'm using goal scape on my computer and it works very well. I didn't manage on android app (on my Samsung S9 phone) to visualize all the circles. I found all the goals but one under the other. It's not the same view than on my computer. Is it normal ?
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 15 Dec, 2018 09:43 PM
Yes: the Goalscape Mobile app is a companion app for the main Goalscape Online web application (that you access via a browser on your computer). It allows you to to see and update daily goals and tasks in your online projects using your phone or tablet – especially handy when you are out and about and/or have no internet connection.
Most phone screens are simply too small to support Goalscape's full 'goal map' UI and all its tap and drag functionality (even for those with very small fingers!), so Goalscape Mobile uses an indented text hierarchy format – like the Goal List > Tree view in the main application.
You can access the full Online web application on your Samsung phone if you use the free Puffin browser (see the Puffin website or search Google Play for 'Puffin'). Unlike other mobile browsers, Puffin supports Flash applications. The interaction is not perfect; it will though allow you to use the goal map when you sign in to Online.
We are working on ways to implement the goal map in the Mobile app so that it can be used easily on small screens. Watch out for announcements...
Keep achieving great goals, coach!
2 Posted by Stéphane CHRIST... on 15 Dec, 2018 10:03 PM
Thank you very much Richard for your quick answer.
This goalscape is a really good tools to achieve goals.
Support Staff 3 Posted by Richard Parslow on 15 Dec, 2018 10:49 PM
May we quote you in our Testimonials? (Scroll down that page to see some others.)
4 Posted by Stéphane CHRIST... on 15 Dec, 2018 11:52 PM
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