Gain a complete overview of your digital QA and standardise your quality assurance with flexible checklists in Inspectly’s Checklists
Overview of the features of Checklists
Create your own checklist templates
Use standard checklist templates
Define the checkpoints of a checklist in advance
The project manager can plan inspections in advance by marking checkpoints on floorplans, and thus dictate where the inspections are conducted. This removes risks and uncertainty related to inspections, while at the same time ensuring a proper distribution that is representative for the project as a whole.
Utilise various predefined types of replies
Utilising the most appropriate types of replies in a given control makes inspections more intuitive for the individual. This is especially the case regarding the practical process, as it is both faster and easier for an individual to, for example, click the appropriate button for a checkpoint rather than having to fully type out the situation in text.
Being able to utilise predefined types of replies also ensures that documentation is registered in the same manner, such as a date being marked in a calendar in one registration and written in text in another.
Elaborate further with more information
In Inspectly it is always possible to add additional information to your registrations. This includes notes, photos, audio files, and further markings on floorplans and drawings.
Gain a complete overview of your QA progress
With dashboards it is easy for you to monitor your checkpoints and their progress throughout the project. This enables you to correct the process if necessary, ensuring your inspections will be finished on time.
Avoid wasting time on manual reporting
With automatic journalising of documentation in Inspectly, it is both quick and easy for you to export and print your documentation throughout the project. It is also possible for you to grant the client read-only access to your documentation (or parts thereof) through Inspectly’s extranet, ProjectWeb.