My team uses GoCanvas apps with photos for field inspections. For legal reasons, a customers required us to remove photos showing issues requiring corrective action before we submit the inspection report to them. We updated the PDF designer to remove these photos for the customer, and my team scaled up our caption verbiage to better describe the location along with the corrective action.
Our operations crews could really use these photos for field service follow ups. I went into Canvas submissions and neither IE or Chrome would let me print the submission webpage (including photos) as a PDF. Long story short, we need a way to create two different PDFs - one with photos for internal use and one without these photos for distribution to our customer.
When I contacted GoCanvas technical support, Drew Leggett suggested I post this feature request here as perhaps there are others interested in this same feature or perhaps could offer us suggestions. I think of an app submission like a database entry with all the information included. This is separate from the PDF output which could be scaled up or down as necessary. In effect, the PDF output is a filtered view of the database information and - in our case - we would like the ability to create two different view filters going forward with customized layouts.
The more I think about it, this could be a great way to also customize the second output view to place disclaimers on it (for internal use only, &etc). Perhaps there are others out there who would want multiple outputs with different customer information and/or graphics. Thank you for taking the time to read my post.