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The Buildings List screen shows your building addresses, organised by town, along with a thumbnail of the main photo.
Reports. On the right are two icons: one to create a report, and another to display your report as a PDF.
New Inspection. You can create a new survey by selecting the large plus icon on the bottom right of the screen.
Building Details. Tap on a building in the list to see the full building details, including site plans and extra information.
Bottom Icons. The icons at the bottom let you select the main areas of the app.
Main Menu. The menu at the top left enables you to select more advanced areas of the app, such as: Job Calendar, Jobs Progress, Clients, Users, App Design, and Help.
The Building Details screen displays a front-page photo and, as you scroll down, the overall building inspection details. Just below the photo are icons for everyday actions; these are described below.
Add items. Using the Add Item icon, just below the building photo, you can add new items for the building.
Copy Buildings. Choose the Copy Buildings icon to duplicate all the inspection details to a new building. This copy feature saves you a lot of time when surveying multiple buildings at the same location. Please note that this does not copy all the items as well, you'll need to copy these separately.
Create Report. You can generate a report by selecting the Create Report icon. Once your report is ready to view, the Open Report icon will be displayed to the right allowing you to open the building inspection report as a PDF.
Open Report. As mentioned above, this icon will be displayed when your report is available to view. When the report loads, you can save it to your preferred location, or email it to your client.
Address Details. If you scroll further down the screen, you can see the building's address. Select the icon to the right of the address to open a location map of the building. The good thing about this feature is that you can use the map to get directions to the building.
Edit Building Details. If you select the pencil icon, you can edit the building inspection details in a scrollable form.
The Items List screen shows all the items assessed during your inspection, along with a thumbnail of the item photo.
Description. Below the description of the item, you can see its location within the building.
Status. On the right, you can see a colour-coded status of the item based on its status.
Edit. Use the pencil icon, just below the colour coded status, to edit the item’s full details.
Add. Using the large plus icon at the bottom right, you can add new items.
Overlaid on the item photo is the description of the item and its Status.
Status. The item status is shown below the item description.
Adding Items. On the right, you can see a colour-coded status of the item. To add another item within the building, select the Another Item icon shown in the row of action icons.
Copying Items. You can duplicate individual items and apply them to different buildings by selecting Copy This Item icon.
You can plan and view your inspections with our handy built-in calendar, colour-coded by the surveyor name. This gives you a good overview of your workload, especially if you have a team of surveyors.
Viewing Options. You can view your calendar by month, week, or day, according to your preferences. Use the arrows on either side of the date to navigate through the calendar. Your daily calendar additionally displays the time of Inspection for that day.
Select Inspection. When you select a building address, you will navigate directly to the building inspection details.
New Inspections. You can create a new building inspection by selecting the large plus icon on the bottom right of the screen.
On the Maps dashboard screen, you can preview the location details of all your buildings being inspected.
Location. The location of your building is visible on the map as a red pin.
Address. Alongside your building thumbnail, you can select the address to directly open the building details page.
Search. You can also filter the list of buildings shown on the map by doing a free format search using the spyglass icon.
The Job Progress screen makes organising and managing your surveys simple. There are two types of progress screens.
By Status. The right side part of the screen shows an overview of the statuses of your building inspections. Scheduled is shown as red, started in purple, pending as orange, and any completed surveys will be shown in green. There’s a count alongside the statuses. This is useful to check any survey backlogs you may have. You can view a list of all the buildings nested under each status heading by selecting the heading to expand it.
By Inspector. To the left of the screen, you can see the buildings assigned to surveyors. These are shown in alphabetical order, with the most recent surveys being displayed first. Colour coding of the inspection date to match the inspection status makes it easy to understand the current progress.
Time. The inspection time is shown on the right of the building address; the most recent inspections are shown first.
Edit. Use the pencil icon, below the survey time, to edit the full details of an item.
The PsCloud Fire Risk app is very customisable. You can control how the app works by turning on and off features to suit your own workflow. For example, if you don't do priority assessments, you can turn these off. If you don't want to use Jobs or Sites, you can turn these off as well.
Report Fields. One of the main areas you will need to customise first is what company information you want to appear in your reports. You can enter your preferred report title, company contact details, and company address. If you upload your company logo, it will be added to every report automatically.
This modern Fire Risk app is unique in that you can configure the lists of building elements and their associated descriptions, features, defects and recommendations. These items and descriptions will then appear in the drop-down lists when recording your inspections.
App Design. On the App Setup menu, you can configure your own variant of this inspection app. There are various sections you can change.
Edit. You can also add new Suspect Items and descriptions by selecting the large plus icon to the bottom right of the screen.
The Help and Support pages give you quick and easy access to resolve your troubleshooting issues directly within the app!
Help Topic. The help topics are divided into sections. You should see answers to the most common questions that arise when using the app. Select the relevant topic to open the help page giving more details and external links. We have included lots of helpful tips and tricks in the help pages, making your experience of PsCloud enjoyable.
Support Requests. If a help topic has not been covered in the PsCloud app's help pages, you can log a request via our website. A member of our friendly team will be on hand to assist you with any of your questions. To log a support request, select the “How do I get support” topic at the top of the page and tap the link. You can then submit your request using the support form on our website.
Links. You can open related help topic links quickly using the arrowed box to the far-right of the help topic. We have linked some recommended websites for additional tasks you may need to carry out, such as converting PDF sample certificates to images.
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