Create a check queries form by typing a statement or question and then defining the type of response.
Type in a question or statement to be displayed to the inspector in the field.
Define how the inspector should answer the question or statement in the field.
Create if-then logics, and only make inspection elements visible when the inspector gives a particular answer.
Predefine issues that the system triggers automatically when receiving a specific response. For example, notify the technician automatically if the coffee machine is damaged. Learn more about issues
Notify users via push-notification or email, when the inspector gives a particular answer.
Use sections to bundle elements relating to one topic (for example, a ‘Product inspection’ section can be comprised of several checks), and pages to separate checks on different screens.
Use repeatable sections to perform a series of checks, as often as you like, and duplicate the questions on the fly.
Define the timeframe in which inspectors should complete the assignment, and the cycle in which the check must be repeated.Define the following parameters:
Schedule start & end time
(e.g. daily, weekly, monthly, custom)
Assign inspections to users or groups (e.g. cleaning team) and select the site where it takes place.Define the following parameters:
Your checklist is available for all users in your organisation, per default, at any time. To limit the availability of unscheduled lists, you can make them available to individual users only.
Features that help you to create and organise your inspections easily – no matter how advanced or sophisticated they are.
Drag & Drop
Universal response types