By Matt | August 25th, 2014 SafetyCloud Beta Update SafetyCulture News | Reading Time: 3 minutes SafetyCloud Beta Update The SafetyCloud platform is coming out of beta development version A whole new interface … same system The improved interface is easier to understand and use Anyone currently using SafetyCloud will very easily pick up where they left off once they’re using the SafetyCulture interface. It will do exactly the same task that the SafetyCloud did, only better. We’ve also aligned it more with the mobile app experience so that the new users will feel more at home. Here are the changes: The name is changing – ‘SafetyCloud’ will soon be called ‘SafetyCulture’ The interface is being updated and improved Improved stability and speed of syncing with iAuditor on mobile devices Here’s Luke, our CEO to tell you all about it… SafetyCloud has been in beta development for 16 months and we have learnt a lot during that time. You, the iAuditor and SafetyCloud community, have told us what works and what could be better and we’ve listened. You told us that the interface could be easier to use, that syncing could be faster, and that you need more reporting and insights into the data you’re collecting with iAuditor. Faster syncing with mobile devices Some SafetyCloud users have experienced long waiting periods when syncing devices with their SafetyCloud account, especially those with lots of images and other media attached to their audits. We’ve re-engineered the syncing process to happen incrementally rather than all at once, and this will see waiting times slashed. SafetyCloud will soon be called SafetyCulture This Cloud Platform / Management System is at the very heart of the Mobile Safety Management ecosystem we are building. So much so, that we’re putting our company name on it. Once the changes take effect, and going forwards, SafetyCloud will be called SafetyCulture. It’s who we are, it’s what we’re building, and it’s our wish for you in your workplace, and that of every worker in the world. New Features These changes signal the beginning of regular and incremental improvements in the management system as a whole. Some of the highest priorities we’ll be delivering soon after the changes are: 1. Follow-up Actions on iAuditor for iOS and within SafetyCulture. This has been live in the Android version of iAuditor for 5 months and is one of the most requested features across our user base. 2. Improved reporting on data collected with iAuditor. A new, customisable dashboard and a greater range of filtering options will allow you to drill down into your inspection data for deeper insights. 3. Bulk Exporting options from within SafetyCulture. This will give you a wider range of options to get your inspections and data out. FAQ’s Q: What do I have to do? A: Nothing. The changes will take place automatically. Q: When is this happening? A: Late October, or as soon as thorough testing is complete. Q: Will this change the way I work with iAuditor? A: No. Same system, only faster and easier to use. Support Our support team are on hand to answer your questions 24/7. If you have any questions or comments on the coming changes then we’d love to hear from you via email or our support forum. Send Us An Email Behind the scenes We’ve expanded our engineering team… A lot. The rate of development across our ecosystem will continue to accelerate with our team’s growth, and you can expect even more announcements in the weeks and months ahead. SafetyCulture developer team meeting SafetyCulture usability testing, team exercise ‘Cement Australia’ walks our team through their safety management process. Top Secret! Development on our next app… ssshhh. Related Posts SafetyCloud Heartbleed Update iAuditor for Android Update 2.0.4 iAuditor for Android Update 2.0.3 iAuditor for Android update 2.0.6 Exporting from SafetyCloud Important Notice The information contained in this article is general in nature and you should consider whether the information is appropriate to your specific needs. Legal and other matters referred to in this article are based on our interpretation of laws existing at the time and should not be relied on in place of professional advice. We are not responsible for the content of any site owned by a third party that may be linked to this article. SafetyCulture disclaims all liability (except for any liability which by law cannot be excluded) for any error, inaccuracy, or omission from the information contained in this article, any site linked to this article, and any loss or damage suffered by any person directly or indirectly through relying on this information.