Label discrepancy between web apps and mobile apps

Whenever we test our form in mobile apps, it functions correctly and shows the two labels we created to show two score( a dependency ratio, and total score from the category. However, whenever we do a test form on a mobile device. It does not show the two labels, and subsequently does not show the scores to the mobile worker. The app just completes the form with not showing these labels. Would anyone know what’s going on here? Or what I should check to correct it?

It’s for my project: Draft Master -SRI at

Thanks Forum,


Hi Shawn,

Can you confirm that you have the latest version of the app installed on the mobile device?


Hi Dev,

I have confirmed it was the latest version. Myself and a coworker submitted test forms via web apps and the two aforementioned labels were visible. However, the coworker that ran it on the mobile application was unable to view the final domain score. I also, updated the mobile application on my phone and I can confirm that I have the latest version and the final domain score (label) does not show on the mobile app but on web apps

Hi Shawna,

Looking at your app status report, it looks like your users are not up to date on their mobile devices:

When I run your submit history report, it looks like all the forms were submitted from the 519 version of the form, not the most recent version which is 562.

Can you confirm how you’re checking for the latest version? You can follow the directions here:

If you find that you’re on a lower version, I suggest that you manually update by following the directions here:


Hi Kai,

I can confirm that we are indeed discussing 519 version. I have created a new version (562) but we are not yet ready to deploy it, which is why I am attempting to correct our current issue of why the labels are not showing in the mobile version (which we are currently using). I do know that the mobile web apps format does show the ‘domain average’ label as well as another label called ‘dependency ratio’ while the mobile version of 519 does not (which is what the field team uses).

Thank you so much for your response. I found your links useful, and applied them before responding to your post.

Edit: I just wanted to check if the same issue would surface on the new version so I updated to version 562, and I think that it hasn’t anything to do with the version but I think it has something to do
TCP communication or Js issue or issue with delivering expected response. It’s super weird, everything is pretty perfect in live preview but then on the mobile apps it seems latent (even referencing old questions that have been changed).

I have attached screenshots. Notice that live previews has the updates while the synced mobile version
Domain 5: Education was changed to Domain 3, and Domain 4 Debilitating health conditions was changed to Healthcare but the mobile app has not updated it (i believe).

This has been resolved. The issue was that the latest version of the app as not released to the mobile device. New versions can be released to test on mobile by following the directions here:

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