Selecting from lists in Studiometry Touch

Studiometry Touch gives you a couple of ways to select an item from a list of items, such as Project Statuses. The first way you can select from a list while editing a Project is to tap on the row to “select” the row and bring up the selector view giving you all of the elements on the list.

This gives you quick and convenient way to flip through the available statuses and quickly select a status without having to go to a separate view. This works great until your lists get too large or if you simply want more space to view the available items in the list. If you’d like to bring up a full-window view of all of the items in this list, you can simply tap the disclosure indicator (the blue circle with the white arrow in it) to bring up a new window showing all of the items in the list.

Here you can select any item and then you will be brought back to the editing view with the new item selected. This is a common interface element in Studiometry, used to select Project Categories and Statuses, Client Categories, Debt Categories and Employees, and more. We wanted to give Studiometry Touch an easier way of editing many fields quickly, while still allowing you to use the entire screen if needed. This solution is the best of both worlds.