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Resco releases periodic updates of Resco mobile apps, Woodford, server tools, solutions/packages, and cloud servers. There are typically two beta versions before the public update, so to ensure that your heavily customized app projects still function flawlessly, and to gain access to the new features coming in the upcoming release consider joining our beta testing community.

Why beta

Beta testing will help you identify a problem before it becomes one.

Before each official release (Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter Update), we strongly recommend testing the beta and verifying that the new version works well within your environment.

We want to help you avoid any issues a new update might cause to you. This is particularly beneficial for those who have a very heavy customization in place or peculiar settings on the server side.

A beta version also provides preview access to the upcoming new features, so you can explore and try the new functionalities, see if and how they interact with your existing solutions and provide feedback if you wish to do so.

Note: We recommend using beta versions against an environment where it is safe if everything doesn't work 100% correctly such as Dev, Testing, or Pre-Prod. It is a beta version, so it is not guaranteed that errors or problems might not occur – and it is one of the main points of a beta version to try identifying them. On the other hand, the more similar the environment to the actual production the better, since data volume, configuration details, and other specifics might matter. For more info, see How can Beta Testing reduce risks before the official App Update Blog.

How to test

The easiest way to get started:

  1. Install the beta app on your device.
  2. Synchronize with your test/dev organization.
  3. Walk through the most common tasks or the most heavily customized parts of your project.

If you have a willing and competent field technician, you can give him or her a second device with the beta app. The technician should then perform the daily routine on two devices (production app with production organization and beta app with test/dev server). If everything works correctly - you're ready for the upgrade.

If you're ready to devote more resources, consider installing beta Woodford on your test/dev environment. This will allow you to get acquainted with the new features we have prepared. Your early feedback can help us to tweak the new features to better match your needs.

Where to find beta releases

Note Beta testing for Releases/Spring 2023 (16.0) is available!



Download the beta version of Woodford / Resco solution from here:
Note: Importing the beta version of the Woodford solution overwrites the current version of Woodford you might have installed on your environment.


Access the beta version of the Resco for Salesforce web including Woodford here: (production) (sandbox)

Use the following URL in the mobile app: (production) (sandbox)
(if your organization uses a custom domain, add a "rescobeta." prefix, e.g.

Optionally, download the latest beta version of Resco managed package. This is particularly important if you want to test Inspections.
Warning: Install the Salesforce beta package only on development or sandbox organizations! Once installed, it is not possible to update Salesforce beta package to a newer version (beta or release) without uninstalling it, which means deleting all existing questionnaires and templates. Therefore, we strongly recommend installing beta packages only to organizations where data loss is not an issue for your business.

Resco Cloud, Resco Inspections, Resco Routes
Note: You have to create a new environment on the beta server to access it. However, it is also possible to export your existing organization and import it to the beta instance.

Resco Houston / Guides

  • Resco Houston:
  • Resco Guides solution file for Dynamics Online:
  • Resco Guides solution file for Dynamics 2011:


We are providing Android, iOS, and Windows beta versions of the application prior to the release (usually about two weeks before the final release of the app).

Join our public beta testing program at:
You can leave the test at the same location.
Using our Resco Support portal, create a new "Ask a question" request. Include the email address associated with your Apple ID, so we can add you to our TestFlight beta testing list. You will automatically receive a TestFlight email notification about new releases. If you have already requested pre-release access in the past, you don’t need to contact us with each new update.
Windows 10
Download the app here:
You will need to enable your device for development; see Microsoft instructions. We recommend uninstalling your current Resco Windows Store app before installing the beta.
Alternatively, use the Resco Support portal and ask for beta access. Include your Microsoft account email address. We will add you to our Package Flight testing group and you will receive email notifications about each new public pre-release. If you have already requested a pre-release of the Windows Store version in the past, you don’t need to contact us with each new update.
Windows 7
Download the app here:

How to report problems

If you run into a problem while testing, contact us using our Resco Support portal.

See also