Template Editor SafetyCloud
Template Editor SafetyCloud
Template Editor SafetyCloud
By SafetyCulture Team   |  
May 12th, 2014

SafetyCloud 1.3.4 Release

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Yesterday we commenced rollout of 1.3.4 for SafetyCloud, below is some further detail on what new features have been added and issues that have been fixed.


  • Company administrators can increase individual users device limits beyond the default three
  • Additional devices will be billed at $5/additional device/month
  • Company administrators can adjust the additional devices up and down as required
  • Device reductions will take effect at the beginning of the next billing period
  • Added Docx as an export option in SafetyCloud
  • Items and trees can now be duplicated in the template editor


  • Corrected description field not saving properly in the template editor on SafetyCloud
  • When sharing a template, the sharing email now includes the name of the template rather than “Audit Template”
  • Custom response button colour now matches the iOS app
  • Default question response set is being used when the response set is not present or not set correctly
  • Company names are now displayed correctly in the menu after being edited
  • Users can no longer deactivate themselves after inviting a new user
  • When inviting users to a company, the delete and re-send button tooltips now display information correctly
  • SafetyCloud can now handle the new weather and barcode items, though they aren’t editable. They will be displayed as “Unsupported type”
  • Searching template or audit items with multiple search terms now works beyond page one
  • Industry selection drop-down now displays correctly
  • Fixes to the payment submission pages

May the safe be with you!

The SafetyCulture Team

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