For many developer's of business mobile apps, keeping track of where users are, and when they are editing critical business data can be very valuable. Incredibly useful in a wide variety mobile app use cases, the upcoming version of Alpha Five allows you to automatically save a users location data when updating a record and store it as a lat/long value. This powerful functionality can be added quickly and easily to your business mobile apps by setting a few server-side properties and can be incorporated with Alpha's sophisticated set of mapping, GPS and GIS capabilities--including the ability to fully customize your maps parameters, add multiple markers, perform proximity searches, and much more. In the video below, you'll see that by changing some properties in the 'Save Submitted Data to Tables' action, a user's location data can be automatically saved to the table as they update a record. If the table contains a Geography or Geometry field, you can also encode this field at the same time that the record is saved. Geography/Geometry fields are special fields supported by certain SQL databases that allow for 'location' searches--a highly useful function for many business mobile apps (e.g. find all records within 1 mile of my current location).