Today we’ve launched the brand new Template Editor in SafetyCulture iAuditor. Now when building your templates, you will experience a more streamlined and intuitive Template Editor that guides you through what you need to do with a step-by-step tutorial. Building better templates allows you to collect better data, save time when you audit, and have greater visibility into your business. SafetyCulture iAuditor is more than just a basic Yes/No checklist app, it’s a powerful tool that allows you to build intelligent checklists and capture detailed inspection data.
You might have heard that over one million inspections are now performed each month by our SafetyCulture customers. With features like this that aim to make your life easier, it means our customers are closer to providing safe and high quality work environments.
Making great checklist inspection templates is easier with three main tabs to help you create your template, modify your report cover, and add details to your reports.
For Android devices:
As well as being able to drag items into your template, you can also now ‘tap’ to add to the bottom of your list making it faster to build. Android users should note that instead of swiping new items onto the template, users will have to press a little longer to initiate the dragging of an item.
Tapping an item that you want to add also takes care of nesting, particularly if you are adding in smart fields. If you tap a question field, and then tap a smart field, it will automatically nest the smart field under the question, see below for more detail.
You can also preview what your audit is going to look like.
It’s easier to see what your report cover is going to look like and how you can modify it.
The details section is more accessible with a better explanation.
For iOS devices:
With the tap of your finger you can add items quickly and easily. You can preview the cover of what your report will look like and edit the finer details.
We hope you like the new changes. Be sure to tell us what you think via [email protected], or by simply leaving a comment below.
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