Once you sync data back to the server you can quickly view the data in one of the Data Views. The Data Views are simple reports generated in the browser by consuming the JSON feed. These are just examples of what you can do with your data. Remember its your data, so it's your call what you do with it.
The Map View displays your data as a layer on a map. The location of each data record collected is represented as an inverted tear drop on the map. Click on an individual tear drop and you will see a small list of the data collected in that record. An red X will appear on the Map View if the Record has been copied. Simply put, Map View creates a visual representation of the location of all data collected.
Graph View creates clean simple graphs and charts of the data being collected. The graph is populated based upon the data column names within your form. By clicking on the Bar Graph Symbol your graph will change from the default Pie Graph to a Bar Graph representation of your data. In the top right corner, you can also get a summary of the graphed data.
Summary of Graph View
HTML View presents all data collected in a stacked list with each record being displayed one on top of the other. It should be noted that by default when a single record is selected in the “List View” it will be displayed in HTML format. Note: The HTML view shows the format of records when they are sent via an Email from the Server. Use this view to see how your reports will look if they are being emailed.
XLS View displays all collected user data in an Excel spreadsheet in table format. All field labels will be maintained and filters can be applied to data once in the Excel application.
Excel Flat View is used when you have multiple records collected in a multi-paging subform element. The Subform records will appear in one of the tabs on the sheet and the multi-paging subform records will be on the same row instead of being stacked when in Excel View.
Multi-Paging Records in Excel View