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Crowdsource Reporter is an application template for ArcGIS for Local Government, and is also available as a configurable template in ArcGIS Online. The application template allows managers to collect user input, such as reports, comments, and votes, from a variety of mobile devices as well as desktop computers.
In some instances, comments do not display in the Crowdsource Reporter application but are viewable in the attribute table.
This issue occurs when the relationship class between the feature class and the comment table is not configured properly or is missing altogether.
A related table is required to collect and store comments from users of the Crowdsource application. The related table must participate in a relationship class, as this is the only type of relationship supported in ArcGIS Online.
Note: An ArcGIS for Desktop Standard or Advanced license is required to create a relationship class.