Different field workers for different applications

I have built 3 applications within a project. I wish to have one field
worker group linked to one app and another field worker group linked to a
different app? Is this possible or do I have to set up a new project to
assign different workers to different apps?
Please advise.
Thanks
Stuart

Hello,

You can definitely have multiple apps in the same project. Each app has
it’s own install URL/barcode that can be used to install it on any
individual worker’s phone. If you want the apps to share the same data
models you can just choose the same case type in them.

best,
Cory

··· On Fri, May 27, 2016 at 5:43 AM, Stuart wrote:

I have built 3 applications within a project. I wish to have one field
worker group linked to one app and another field worker group linked to a
different app? Is this possible or do I have to set up a new project to
assign different workers to different apps?
Please advise.
Thanks
Stuart


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Hi Cory,

I’d like to follow up with a couple more queries. I must be missing something simple here. I’m aware I can have multiple apps in the same project. I have built 3 apps in my project. I ‘m aware each app has a unique URL/barcode that I can deploy to the mobile workers. What I’m still not clear on is how to deploy the different apps to the different mobile workers?

For instance, one app I have built I’d like to send to half the workers I have in my mobile workers list. The other app I’ve built I’d like to send to the other half of workers in the mobile workers list. I don’t want both sets of workers seeing each other’s app. Is there a way to do this or do I have to create another project and split the two worker groups between projects?

Regards,

Stuart

··· From: commcare-users@googlegroups.com [mailto:commcare-users@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Cory Zue Sent: Friday, 27 May 2016 6:32 PM To: commcare-users@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: Different field workers for different applications

Hello,

You can definitely have multiple apps in the same project. Each app has it’s own install URL/barcode that can be used to install it on any individual worker’s phone. If you want the apps to share the same data models you can just choose the same case type in them.

best,

Cory

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I have built 3 applications within a project. I wish to have one field worker group linked to one app and another field worker group linked to a different app? Is this possible or do I have to set up a new project to assign different workers to different apps?

Please advise.

Thanks

Stuart


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Hi Stuart,

I’m not sure I am entirely following but if you want a certain mobile
worker to view a particular app you would just install that specific on
that worker’s phone. Then they will only have access to that app. So you
determine which app each worker has by deciding which app to install on
their device.

Jeremy

··· On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 7:10 AM, Stuart Higgins < s.higgins@agriculturaldevelopment.org> wrote:

Hi Cory,

I’d like to follow up with a couple more queries. I must be missing
something simple here. I’m aware I can have multiple apps in the same
project. I have built 3 apps in my project. I ‘m aware each app has a
unique URL/barcode that I can deploy to the mobile workers. What I’m still
not clear on is how to deploy the different apps to the different mobile
workers?

For instance, one app I have built I’d like to send to half the workers I
have in my mobile workers list. The other app I’ve built I’d like to send
to the other half of workers in the mobile workers list. I don’t want both
sets of workers seeing each other’s app. Is there a way to do this or do I
have to create another project and split the two worker groups between
projects?

Regards,

Stuart

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commcare-users@googlegroups.com] *On Behalf Of *Cory Zue
Sent: Friday, 27 May 2016 6:32 PM
To: commcare-users@googlegroups.com
Subject: Re: Different field workers for different applications

Hello,

You can definitely have multiple apps in the same project. Each app has
it’s own install URL/barcode that can be used to install it on any
individual worker’s phone. If you want the apps to share the same data
models you can just choose the same case type in them.

best,

Cory

On Fri, May 27, 2016 at 5:43 AM, Stuart stuhiggins@bigpond.com wrote:

I have built 3 applications within a project. I wish to have one field
worker group linked to one app and another field worker group linked to a
different app? Is this possible or do I have to set up a new project to
assign different workers to different apps?

Please advise.

Thanks

Stuart


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