As one of the main functions of iAuditor, conducting an audit can be anything – from following a checklist before a fleet vehicle enters service, to ensuring your team is prepared with the latest updates on safety in your location.  Look below for more information on conducting an audit.

iAuditor, the Web App

Log in to iAuditor, the web app and click on Templates in the left side bar menu.

From the Template Screen, click on the green “Start Audit” button to begin auditing.

 

After the Audit Editor has loaded, you will see the Information Section of your audit. You can continue on with the audit.

Note: While there is a ‘Save and Exit’ feature at the end of the audit, your responses will be automatically saved after every change.  There is no need to save the audit manually unless you wish to discontinue the audit and return to it at a later time.

 iOS

Launch iAuditor and tap on “Start Audit” on the template that you wish to use.

The information page of the template will open. This is a default page for you to enter in all the key information about the audit. You can now move between the sections to conduct your audit.

When the audit is complete, tap on “Mark as Complete.” You will then be able to preview and export the report, go back to the templates library or save and close the audit.

   

Android

Launch iAuditor and tap on the template that you wish to use.

 

The template menu will appear. Tap on “Start Audit.”

The information page of the template will open. This is a default page for you to enter in all the key information about the audit. You can now move between the sections to conduct your audit.

When the audit is complete, tap on “Mark as Complete.” You will then be able to export the report or close the audit.

   

Windows

Launch iAuditor and tap on the template that you wish to use.

The template details will appear. Tap on “Start Audit.”

You can now move between the sections to conduct your audit. When the audit is complete, tap on “Mark as Complete”

 

Once you tap on ‘Mark as Completed,’ the audit details page will appear. You can then share the report as a web link or export the report as a PDF.

Note: You may notice that providing negative responses triggers a dropdown of a text box for comments and an image icon to take a photo and annotate. For more information on configuring this auto-expansion on question fields, click here. The text box and image icon can also be triggered by tapping on a question field.