I've been contact with some projects where data collectors just immediately accept the location that shows up with the default geopoint widget. This gets them 3000 meter accuracy, which is not great. One can add an accuracy constraint (
selected-at(.,3) < 10), but it'd be better if we helped users understand better what their accuracy is.
It'd be better if we could adjust that dialog to better highlight acceptable accuracy values. I think the most effective way of doing this is with the blue circle that gets smaller as accuracy improves. The challenge is that the geopoint widget doesn't have a map view that you could use. Maybe that should change? Or maybe someone can come up with a more clever solution?