By SafetyCulture Team   |  
June 2nd, 2015

Free back-up and syncing for all iAuditor users!

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On the 2nd of June we introduced a FREE SafetyCulture account level, to give every iAuditor user the ability to back-up and sync their templates and audit data.

The FREE account level is perfect for people who work alone and send PDF reports of their audit findings, but also want their data securely backed up to the cloud.


Free account features:
  • 10MB monthly upload/download transfer limit for backup
  • Desktop editing of templates and audits
  • Ability to share templates in the public library
  • Export reports in PDF
  • Basic analytics
The existing SafetyCulture account remains unchanged, only now it’s called SafetyCulture PRO. As a paying SafetyCulture subscriber ($5 month) you continue to enjoy:
  • Unlimited monthly transfer for backup and syncing
  • Work in teams! Invite users, create groups and manage organisations
  • Manage user permission and access
  • Share templates and audits
  • Advanced analytics (imminent release!)
  • Export reports in Word, CSV and JSON formats
  • Monthly or Annual credit card payment
But wait… there’s more! Coming soon we’ll introduce an ENTERPRISE account level.

We’ve had a lot of requests from customers seeking the ability to:

  • Custom brand iAuditor and SafetyCulture with their own corporate identity (tick)
  • Have greater admin control to restrict template editing and uploading to the public library
  • Export reports in XML and to a WebDAV server from within iAuditor
  • API access to their SafetyCulture data

See the full breakdown of SafetyCulture account levels here.

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