It's important to ask the right questions in your templates so that the information captured is meaningful. However, it can be equally important for the questions to be visually presentable so your frontline teams can view and interpret them immediately without issue. With the iAuditor template editor, you can create line breaks to format questions and make them reader-friendly, especially for questions and instructions with a lot of texts. This article shows you how to add line breaks within questions when editing your templates on the web app and the mobile app.

Add a line break within a question

You must have “View and Edit” permission at least for the template you wish to add question line breaks in. Learn how you can share your templates with your team.

Web app

  1. Log in to the iAuditor web app.

  2. Select “Templates” from the left-hand side menu.

  3. Hover your cursor over the template you wish to edit and add a line break for.

  4. Click “Edit” on the right-hand side.

  5. Add a new question or select the question you wish to add a line break for.

  6. Double click the question text field to begin editing the question label. By default, typing in “enter/return” on your keyboard adds a new question immediately below.

  7. To add a line break, type in “shift” + “enter/return” on your keyboard whilst editing.

  8. Click outside of the question text field when you’re ready to move on.

Mobile app

As “shift” + “enter/return” is not supported on most mobile platforms, we recommend either editing your template on the web app, or preparing your question label with line breaks already in place on an external document or note app.

  1. Log in to iAuditor on your mobile phone.

  2. Tap on “Inspections” at the bottom of your screen.

  3. Select the “Templates” tab at the top of your screen.

  4. Search and select the template you wish to edit and add a line break for.

  5. Select “Edit template” from the pop-up options.

  6. Add a new question or tap the question you wish to add a line break for twice.

  7. Copy and paste the question label from the external document or note app.

  8. Tap outside of the question text field when you’re ready to move on.

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