Reports offer a setting to allow GPS tags in Report Entries. The purpose of a GPS tag in a Report Entry can aid in verification that the User was at a specific location when they created the Report Entry.

This setting must be turned on in the Reports > Settings page:

Note: Organizations that have Multi-Region module activated must turn this setting on for each Region in their account

Allowing GPS Location Access

When a User is completing a Report Entry that requires a GPS tag, the User will be presented with a request for permission to share their location:

After the User clicks "Grant Permission", they will be asked by their browser to share their location:

After allowing the location permission, the User's location will be shown in the GPS tag field:

If a User denies the request to share their location, it will be shown in the GPS tag information after they save the GPS tag:

Mobile Devices GPS

In some cases a User's device may need to allow location sharing permissions. This is different for Android and iOS.

Android

Share your location - Android - Google Chrome Help
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iOS

Turn Location Services and GPS on or off on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Learn how to turn GPS and Location Services on or off for individual apps.

Desktop & Laptop Computers GPS

Not all desktop computers and laptops have GPS hardware that is capable of acquiring a User's location. In this case, the User will be shown a message that their GPS accuracy is not within the acceptable threshold to show a GPS location:

If your Organization requires Users to complete Reports on a desktop or laptop that does not have GPS hardware you can purchase ~$10-$25 USB GPS device from any major online retailer (ie: Amazon) which works well on Windows 10.

A User that is on a device or computer that does not have GPS hardware built-in or a USB GPS device will still be allowed to tag a Report Entry with GPS, however, there will be a dimmed "GPS" tag at the top of the Report Entry to indicate the device's low GPS accuracy: