By SafetyCulture Team   |  
April 28th, 2015

iPhone Template Editor released!

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With the release of iAuditor 3.3, you can now create and edit templates on your iPhone.
Making something as powerful as the template editor work beautifully on the small screen was a worthy challenge. We can’t wait for you to get your hands on it and tell us what you think!

What else is new?
– You can now change iAuditor’s language, regardless of your device settings.
– Start syncing your audits and templates right in the main menu.
– Template CSV importing and exporting has been updated to support mandatory items.
– You can now require your auditors to mark their audits as complete via the template options menu.

What has been improved?
– Visual improvements have been made to the templates, audits, and trash lists.
– Visual updates in the Template Editor.
– iAuditor will now finish the sync that is in progress when moving to the background.
– Improved the performance of image galleries being presented in the auditing screen.

What has been fixed?
– Annotation control will no longer dismiss randomly on the iPhone.
– iAuditor will prevent question items in imported templates using a response set with more than 5 responses.
– Improvements to the syncing engine. Fixed a number of situations which could result in the app closing.
– Improved the reliability of WebDAV exporting.
– The auditing screen will no longer display “Yes / No / N/A” if trying to present an empty response set.
– Fixed a layout issue which would appear when trying to answer all questions in an empty section.
– WebDAV export will now check that it’s properly configured before exporting.
– Fixed an issue which could cause the app to close if rotating the template editor when editing a password.
– Fixed a visual glitch in the auditing address view visible on iPhone 4 and 5.
– Tapping on the next section button in the auditing screen will no longer expand the section list.
– Sample tutorial audit will no longer have a date set to 1970.
– The “Start Exploring” graphic in the Public Library will no longer prevent the user from searching for templates.
– Fixed an issue where template items would get stuck when attempting to drag them between sections.


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