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Types of Custom Fields

There are eight different types of Custom Fields:

  • Entry Widget: A field to enter one line of information. Can have a default value and be linked to the Contact Directory.



  • Text Widget: An expandable field to store multiple lines of information. Can have a default value and be linked to the Contact Directory.



  • Selector Widget: A field which allows the User to select a value from a pre-defined list.



  • Date Widget: A field which allows choosing a date from the calendar. To clear the date click on the date icon and select Clear in the Calendar window. A date field will allow searches within a time range of start and end date in the Advanced Searches (Advanced Project Search, Advanced Media Search, Advanced Contact Search, Invoice Manager).



  • Checkbox Widget: A box that when checked it means Yes, and when not checked it means No. If the additional option 'Tristate' is selected a third option is available to disable the field when it does not apply.



  • Files Widget: A field that allows uploading one or multiple files. Other available file options are: Upload, Download, Rename, Delete.



  • Thumbnail Widget: A field that allows uploading one or multiple files to be used as thumbnail - recommended size is 144x144. The Label name is set to Thumbnail and can't be changed. Thumbnail Custom Fields are usually used for companies that use the Equipment Management Tracking (EMT) tool of farmerswife to display the Thumbnail image in the Object Browser, the Dispatch module and in the iOS farmerswife application. See more information in the EMT manual.



  • Images Widget: A field that allows uploading one or multiple files. The Label name is set to Images and can't be changed. Images Custom Fields are usually used for companies that use the EMT tool of farmerswife to display the image in the Object Browser, the Dispatch module and in the iOS farmerswife application. See more information in the EMT manual.





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