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Pazo Got A Makeover with V8.1! – (Part 1)

Pazo has gotten quite a makeover since our last update and we’re excited to let you know how we’re striving to be better than we were yesterday. We’re constantly working to improve your Pazo experience and here’s the summary of what has been changed

What is new with Pazo 8.1:

  1. Stock Room Management Feature

Stock counts if unorganized will definitely lead to inefficiencies, misuse of stocks, and other nightmares to the company. To put an end to stock rooms with missing or wrong inventory we introduced stock room management on Pazo. This new feature will help businesses prioritize and organize stock room count, and get complete visibility about the stock movement.

How to manage the Stock Room on the Pazo Web App?


  • Stocks can be updated on a newly introduced stock room management page which can be found in the setup menu, the user is given an option to add stocks one by one or through bulk upload.

Stock Room Management Feature

  • A mail trigger is auto-added on reorder quantity of stock item(s) i.e. when a reordered quantity goes below the specified limit, an auto-generated mail will be triggered to Site Admin(s) & Super Admin with the stock count when permissions are set. An email will be sent to the user on a daily basis until the stock is refilled.

  • Consolidated excel reports of the stock room can be downloaded by selecting the site and date. The downloaded report will display date wise consumption for all stock items.

  • Users with “field user permissions” can perform Stock Inward & Outward operations from the Mobile App

How to update stocks count on Pazo Mobile App?

  • Users with “field user permissions” can do a Stock Inward or Outward through Mobile App once a Stock Item has been added through WebApp
  • To manage stock, Click (+) icon on-site dashboard, visit a stock room and scan a location QR code from mobile app to perform an Inward or Outward operation of the stock.

  • When a Location is scanned, the user can view the list of items and their availability in that Stock Room.

  • Users can do an Inward or Outward of the stock items from a StockRoom- Inward will allow users to add a quantity of an Item and Outward will allow users to subtract the quantity from the available stock.

2. Conditional Logics in Checklist

Conditional Logic in the checklist will easily show or hide fields based on how the user responds to the main fields. This is basically conditional branching, where conditions are set and certain fields will branch from others based on your conditions. A logical condition can be applied in the Single Select & Drop-down type questions as of now.

How to set up conditional logic on the Pazo web app?

  • User(s) can choose from the following conditions while applying logic to a question (Single Select or Drop-down type) within a checklist. There are two logical conditions that can be set:
    • Is One of- means if any of the conditions are TRUE, then sub-questions will appear on checklist submission.
    • Is not One of- means if any other options are chosen apart from the given set of options, then sub-questions will appear on checklist submission

For Example, let’s assume that the main question has the following list of answer options, Option 1, Option 2, Option 3, and Option 4 and we add conditional logic of “is one of” to Option 1 and Option 3, it will expand the branch for sub-questions then if the user selects the option 1 in the question, a branch of sub-question will be opened since it met the condition. The same way it works for the other conditional logic if set.


  • There is no limitation for adding sub-questions i.e. user can add any number of sub-questions for 1 main question
  • Multiple conditions can be applied for 1 main question

Note: – The condition can only be applied to the main question.

  • The Checklist report will also include the details of the sub-question. If the sub-questions are left unanswered then the cell will be blank


Mobile APP:

When submitting your checklist, if a condition is TRUE, only then the sub-questions will appear on the Checklist Submit screen to answer.

3. Modifications in Documents & Training Module

Document Analytics is a data-driven assessment of how the users make use of your uploaded document. You’ll learn how your documents are used, who uses them, and when is it being used.

Changes that have been introduced to Documents & Training on Pazo Web App

  • Documents can now be assigned easily to a specific site/department and it can be uploaded directly by Site Admin(s), Viewer(s), and Super Admin. But, the site-specific permission applies for viewer(s) & Super Admin(s)

For Eg: A Super Admin can assign a document to all the Sites whereas a Site admin or a Viewer can assign a Document only to the Sites to which they have permission.

Modifications in Documents & Training Module

  • Now, we have made it easy for a user to add or edit a Section (Folder) and add any number of documents within the Section.

  • The document version is updated automatically once a user modifies a section or updates a new document, modifies a document name. The version number can be modified manually also.

  • Document Analytics has been introduced now, users can get insights such as username, no. of times a document has been opened on Mobile App and time duration of the document viewed.

To view document analytics

o   Navigate to Setup->Documents

o   Go to a Section

o   Click on Document Analytics option (present beside List of Documents option)

The new Documents & Training section allows people to  view images, videos (MP4) and documents [doc, excel, pdf, ppt]

Changes on the Pazo Mobile App

Now, users can view all unopened documents on Site Dashboard

Users can also view the list of all documents categorized by Sections/Folders from the Side Menu Navigation Pane->Documents

4. Chat & Comment details of Issues is now added to the Excel report of Issues.

Our earlier report didn’t have the data of chat & comments added during the cycle of issue management. So, we decided to introduce the chat & comment transcript in the excel report when the user downloads the report to make the report more detailed

Where to find chat & comment in the new report?

  • When a user downloads an Issue Excel Report from Issues Page, a New Sheet- Comments is added by default where all the Issue chat, as well as system-generated comments, are shown, in the format as username, Comment Manual/System generated, Date and time of the comment


5. Analyze Meter Readings comprehensively

Analyze, compare, or-view site-wise consumption of  the meter readings by using custom graphs, downloading excel reports or adding a trigger to track readings effectively

  How to add a graph for Meter reading?

  • Navigate to Custom Dashboard->Add Graph-> Choose specific Checklist which has a Meter Reading Field in the ‘Select Data’ option
  • Here,  ‘Select data field’ option, scroll down and choose the field which has meter reading
  • Give the graph a name and desired color and click save


Analyze Meter Readings comprehensive

Now, Meter Reading details such as consumption, last reading date & time can be viewed on Checklist Export Reports. All these details will be available for questions which have answer type as ‘Meter reading’

To  add a trigger on Meter Reading field from ‘Notification & Triggers Option on Schedules Page

  1. Navigate to Setup->Schedules->Notification & Triggers->Add Trigger
  2. Trigger on- Choose on-Field
  3. Choose Field- Choose the Meter Reading Field where the trigger has to be added
  4. Choose any of the Conditions- Less than, Greater than, Equals, Exists or Between
  5. Enter the desired consumption value for which trigger has to be activated
  6. Choose an action type i.e. in what form will the trigger be received like Send SMS, Send Email, Trigger Webhook, Send Notification

Check out Pazo Got A Makeover with V8.1! – Part 2. Let us know your suggestions in the comments below. 

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Actionable Flags, Revamped Dashboard And More With Version 7.9.5!

Since our last update to V 7.9, we have made improvements to make your Pazo experience better. 

Here’s a quick video summary of what’s new with Pazo:

Flags Made Actionable


Previously when responses were flagged, managers didn’t have the option to create quick corrective measures pertaining to it. With the new option to create issues automatically when a response is flagged, accountability and transparency have improved and the time taken for issue management has reduced.

Now flags also have a status for easy monitoring – Open/Resolved

Dashboard Updates

Multi-site Dashboad In Mobile App


With the UI enhancements, now it’s easier for managers of multiple sites to have an overview of the data across all the sites they have access to.

View Data Department-Wise

Previously all the overview was displayed site-wise, making it challenging for department heads to view how their departments were performing. With the new department view, you can view your department’s performance across sites allowing you to take corrective measures to improve productivity whenever needed

Checklist Status Report


Now, easily view reports for checklists assigned as adhoc, gone missed and or submitted late right on the dashboard itself.

Expand & Collapse Question Groups

Drafts allow multiple users to complete sections of checklists and now with the help of the new option for groups, it’s easy to collapse and expand question groups for better navigation

Improved Knowledge Base

The knowledge base has now been updated with the easy-to-follow guides to help you utilize Pazo to the fullest without needing external support. However, we’re always here to help you 🙂

Date-wise Schedule Progress

With the new feature added to the dashboard, you can now filter schedule progress by date, allowing you to quickly analyse trends and take corrective measures if needed. Date-wise progress can be seen for completed schedules that have flags, pending review or have been missed. You can also view data for Adhoc checklists that have flags or are pending review.


Advance Planning Of Schedules

Previously, schedules could not be created in advance. With this new feature, there is better planning for future processes. This is helpful if there are new processes or departments being added to improve routine operations

Copy Schedule to Multiple Sites

Creating schedules on individual sites being managed by a single employee can be time-consuming and there are more chances of human error. With the ability to copy schedules, a schedule common to multiple sites can be created once and then copied to the remaining sites, saving time and minimising errors

All Sites & Zone View

Now schedules assigned to sites and particular zones can be easily viewed using the newly added filter view

Filter for Checklists on Scheduled Page

Now there’s no more scrolling through multiple created checklists to find what hasn’t been scheduled yet. With the new filter, you can easily view the checklists that need scheduling

Trigger for a Checklist On Multiple Sites

In the past, individual triggers needed to be added to checklists across multiple sites. With this new feature, while creating a trigger for a specific schedule, you can add the same trigger conditions to all the sites you manage

Disable all schedules simultaneously

Earlier each schedule had to be disabled individually, in case there were any changes. Now all schedules that are not relevant or need a change can be disabled all at once. If any locations need to be disabled or edited in a particular schedule, it will not affect previous submissions and the newly made changes will be visible from the next day onwards.


Download multiple checklists reports

Department managers had to sift through all the checklists of sites being managed. Now, you can download the report for a maximum of 10 checklists from specific departments at a time for better viewing and analysis. The functionality for Export Report and Review Data on Export Reports has also become more robust.

Discard Drafts

Previously drafts had to be abandoned when a work permit was on hold or rejected. Now, drafts that are not needed, for any purpose, can be easily discarded to improve visibility and minimise confusion.









Flags, triggers and scores associated with the discarded draft will be ignored, however, the report will display the last saved progress before the draft was discarded

Apart from these, we have added help text and made a few modifications in the ‘add/edit user’ and ‘manage sites’ sections for a better user-friendly experience.

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Pazo Upgraded to Version 7.9!

We have been working on quite a few things since our last feature update. As we are now scaling globally, Pazo is happy to announce that we’ve moved to a pure SaaS model. What does that mean, you ask? With our new upgrade, we have automated the system so that every customer can opt for a trial, pay online and start using PAZO in a matter of clicks. No more waiting!

With our global scaling, we have also made our pricing plans more transparent. Now, choose a plan based on the features and number of users you wish to add to your Pazo account.

Without further ado, here are the updates for Pazo 7.9. You can watch the quick video summary or choose to read through the detailed feature updates:

More Accessible Unsubmitted Checklists

Previously, you had to switch between multiple pages to be able to view the drafted checklists, making it a bit more difficult to see where exactly it was. Now, when checklists are being created and saved as drafts, they can be easily accessed on the dashboard page on the mobile app.

Managers can easily see the progress of drafts, even if they have only Viewer or only Site Admin permissions on the mobile app.

Alerts For Processes/ Permit To Work

There have been times when team members weren’t alerted when drafts were being created. This was seen, especially for permit to work orders. To make communication easier within the teams and to complete tasks faster, we’ve now added the feature to add a trigger on saving a draft. Whenever someone from your department saves a drafts, you can be notified by email, SMS, web hook or just a notification

Personalised Nomenclature For Drafts

It’s not always that you call processes in your industry using the same nomenclature as another industry. This is why we have now added the option for you to change the default name of saved processes checklists from “drafts” to anything of your choice. This option is available under ‘Globalisation’ in the setup page.

Gallery Image Annotations For Raising Issues Easily

We’ve added annotations to the gallery images, similar to what we already have for Issues and Messages. This makes it easier for managers raising issues from gallery images, where specific details can be marked. 

Alerts on Checklist Scores For Process Optimisation

As a manager or an auditor monitoring efficiency, getting an alert as soon as something is underperforming is a great way to optimise it. This is why we have now added triggers to checklist scores when they are less than, greater than or in between to a specified condition. You can add triggered to scores of a particular field or the overall achieved score.         

So that was all you needed to know about this new update. If there’s a feature you would like to see in Pazo, do let us know in the comments and you just might see them in our future versions.

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Pazo Updated to v7.8

Mobile App

1. Introduced Image Gallery on PAZO Mobile App

Now, users with Site Admin or Viewer permissions can view all images submitted within a checklist across all sites at one place in the gallery menu. Flagged images and fields are also highlighted in the Gallery.Image gallery on the mobile app image gallery in pazo mobile app

Users have an option to share the Image to different apps such as Gmail, WhatsApp, etc. Users have an option to directly raise an issue on an image from the gallery itself, users have to open an image and click on raise issue button.

view image and raise issue

2. View Previous Days information on Mobile App

On Multi-Site View, now users are able to select dates & see the information for previous days. They can view information such as Schedules, Review Pending, and Flags. But open issues are counted till the present date.
Previous day schedules

Users can directly navigate to Schedules, Review Pending and Flags pages respectively and view the information for chosen dates respectively.

Web App

  1. PAZO Help Knowledgebase
  • Now, there is a dedicated Help Section in PAZO. PAZO Help widget helps all web users to find the answers to their questions in the form of texts, images, and videos. This knowledge base will keep on updating its content from time to time so that users are can read about the updated feature descriptions, FAQs. There is an option to raise a ticket via an email or immediately chat with a PAZO support team member. Users may also visit to go through the full knowledge base. 

Helpscout Support

2. MIS reports inside Web App

  • A New Reports Page is added under checklists menu for downloading various reports in excel format. Reports such as submitted checklists zone Wise, Issues Site Wise, Issues Department Wise, Flags raised Site Wise, Flags raised Department Wise.
  • Users can select a Site Group, Sites and departments to filter accordIngly and download reports as per their needs.

MIS Reports

3. Locations Enhancement

Now, users have an option Download QR for the particular locations only instead of downloading all the QR Codes for all the Locations at once. Now, locations page UI has been made simple for better User Experience.

Location Features Enhancement

4. Default Location created at the Time of Site Creation

  • Now, a location is created by default as soon as a new site is created
  • Location information such as city, coordinates & address are copied from the Site itself
  • A random six-character code is given to this location which can be edited later as per needs.

This location can be used for raising Issues, assigning schedules if required. This location can be edited and deleted at any time.

5. Now, in Checklist Graphs on Custom Dashboard users have an option to see Percentage change on Y-Axis

  • On the Custom Dashboard, while creating and editing a checklist graph, selecting the Y-axis user gets two options: Total and Percentage. Same is followed for the particular checklist. This will show the percentage change of the chosen option such as submitted and missed respectively on the bar graphs.

Custom graphs feature

6. User Tagging is now allowed in Schedule and Department Level Escalations

  • User Tagging is now allowed in Schedule Escalations and Department Escalations. Tags can be assigned in these escalations instead of giving names of each individual one by one.

user tagging improved

  • User Permissions such as Site Admin and Viewer (with departments) is checked before sending an escalation to enhance the security of the system.

improved user tagging

7. Enhanced design for PDF download in communications

  • Task PDF design has been redesigned for a better cleaner look. Images are shown as thumbnails, all analytics such as users responded, sites responded are shown in a cleaner way for better user experience. This PDF download is available for person who created a task in communications.


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How User Tagging can be helpful to your organization? | PAZO User Tagging Benefits


How easy is it for you to set up operations for different users who belong to different departments?

Sounds a tedious task, huh!

Well, that can be made simpler and faster with the tagging of Users.

A #tag is a word or a phrase preceded by a hash mark (#), to identify a keyword and facilitate a search for it

Tags can be thought of like user groups on your application. You can arrange your users into these groups by assigning them the appropriate tags. This is a very useful method of creating and managing user permissions. Once a user has a tag, a link is created to their profile. Tags are nothing but a general naming convention or a combination of alphabets and numbers which is recognized all over the organization. It is extremely helpful when you need to find similar users.

Why Tagging is Needed?

The integration of tagging allows the application to easily categorize as well as classify information and also improve searching of information. Tagging users is a way to group or identify collections of users. It provides you with the ability to logically group and filters different users.

For example– you can create a ‘Supervisor’ tag and assign it to all the Supervisors within the organization. You can use this Tag in email reports module to send reports, to all the users who are tagged ‘Supervisors’.

Reasons to Use Tagging

  • Organizing Users: tagging makes life easier for administrators as they can quickly organize users and setup operations such as escalations and email reporting with little effort
  • Managing Permissions: with the ability to create tags it becomes possible to express entire organizational structure, covering designations, departments, and their relationships. This allows the creation of a hierarchy in parallel to the official one
  • Improved Flexibility: Tags have many names, categories, labels. They are flexible in the way they can be used
  • Improved Searching: created tags and applied tags can be used while filtering out the list to narrow the results to those that are relevant
  • Simple Sophistication: tags can simply be created and assigned to multiple users Afterwards, a number of operations can be added to provide more usability of the tags

We at PAZO have developed a User Tagging Feature for our wonderful clients and potential customers.

How do I create a Tag?

The Person who has Admin access can create, edit or manage the Tags. You can view all user tags, along with the details of how the tags are being used, if the description is available.

Creating and Managing a Tag:

    1. Click the Setup icon ( Image result for setting icon png ) in the Menu bar, then select User Tags ( Image result for users icon )
    2. In the section Add New Tag, give a Name preceded by # and description(optional) to your Tag
    3. Click Save Button
    4. Click the Edit iconImage result for edit icon ) present on each Row, to edit the name and description of already created Tags
    5. Click the Disable icon ( Image result for disable icon ) present on each Row, to disable an existing Tag. Disabling a Tag will un-tag all the users associated with that Tag.

How to Name a Tag?

The naming of a Tag plays a very crucial part and is generally done with respect to Users Permission.  This helps any naïve user to easily understand the role of that Tag. So, to make things simpler and avoid any confusions, we have set certain conditions while defining a tag name. These conditions are:

  • No special characters are allowed except underscore _ and hyphen –
  • Names cannot start with a Number, Underscore _ and hyphen –
  • Tag names should only contain small characters, even if a user enters block character, the system automatically changes it to small characters
  • A hash # symbol is added by default, which means a tag name should always start with a hash # symbol

Assigning Tags to Users

When a Tag has been created, it has to be applied to make it work. Therefore, assigning a Tag is necessary. You can assign the tags in various simple ways, such as:

  1. On Users Page, one way to assign Tags to multiple users together is through bulk operations i.e. Select Site – Select Users – Select Tags to be assigned and Save.
  2. The other way to assign a User Tags is by visiting the individual profile page of a user. On this page, you can search for created tags – Select a tag from the list – Click on the Tag name and Submit.

Use Cases in PAZO

There are various scenarios where a user who belongs to some other category can be tagged as something else and this contradiction of User tag and User Role creates a lot of confusion.

We have built an intelligent system, where the User Permissions are also checked for every tag. So, this doesn’t create a conflict.

For example-

A Field user in PAZO won’t receive a mail which a Site Admin or a Viewer is supposed to receive even if he/she has been tagged as #Siteadmin or #Viewer

The areas in the system that can be shaped by tags currently are:

1. Emails

Segment out who will get consolidated Email reports. Managing Site Status Emails and Consolidation Emails have become much easier & time-saving with the introduction of User Tagging. When you give tags in Email Setup, then based on the Tags, the respective Emails are sent to all those users who are associated with that particular Tag.

For example-

If you give #manager to Site Status Email, then the users with #manager and admin or viewer permissions will only receive that email. Suppose if a user has a #manager but he/she doesn’t have admin or viewer permissions then the email won’t be received.

Client Emails:

To receive Site Status Emails and Checklist Consolidated Reports on Emails:

      1. Click the Setup iconImage result for setting icon png ) in the Menu bar, then select Client Emails
      2. Search for User Tags in the search box using a #symbol, a list of suggested Tags will open up
      3. Click on the desired Tag
      4. Click Add to receive Site Status Emails and Checklist Consolidated Reports on Emails
      5. Click Save Settings

2. Site Emails:

To receive Site Status Emails, Checklist Schedule Status Emails, Issue Status Emails and Issue Escalation Emails:

      1. Click the Setup iconImage result for setting icon png ) in the Menu bar, then select Site Emails
      2. Select a Site for which you have to set up emails
      3. Choose from type of options available Site Status Emails, Checklist Schedule Status Emails, Issue Status Emails and Issue Escalation Emails
      4. Search for User Tags using a #symbol, a list of suggested Tags will open up
      5. Click on the desired Tag
      6. Select frequency as Daily, Weekly or Monthly
      7. Click Save Settings

3. Escalations

Setup your Escalations conditions to multiple users at once without giving each and every user email separately

For example:

Users with the #Department_Manager will receive Escalations Emails for their own department if a Checklist has been missed

Department Escalations

To receive Department Level Escalations:

      1. Click the Setup icon ( Image result for setting icon png ) in the Menu bar, then select Departments
      2. Select a Site & Department for which you have to set up Escalation Emails
      3. Navigate to the third Section to set-up Escalations
      4. Navigate to the Escalation Level type – 1st, 2nd or 3rd
      5. Search for User Tags using a #symbol, a list of suggested Tags will open up
      6. Click on the desired Tag
      7. Click Update

To Schedule Escalations:

      1. Click the Setup icon ( Image result for setting icon png ) in the Menu bar, then select Schedules
      2. Select a Site for which you have to set up Escalation Emails
      3. Navigate to a particular Schedule type, Daily Weekly, Monthly, Specific Time
      4. Navigate to the Escalation Level type – 1st, 2nd or 3rd
      5. Search for User Tags using a #symbol, a list of suggested Tags will open up
      6. Click on Save & Quit

Pro Tip- Suppose, a particular user leaves the organization and a new one replaces with the same permissions, in this case, you don’t need to set up all operations for the new user, rather you just have to Tag him with appropriate Tags.

P.S: Users without Tags can also be assigned escalation Emails, get reports and do a lot more things in PAZO.

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Pazo updated to v7.7

Mobile App

1. Save Checklists as Drafts to complete later

Save Draft feature can be enabled which allows users to fill a part of their Checklist and Save it as a Draft instead of Submitting it upfront. Once the Checklist has been saved as a Draft, any user from the same department can continue filling up the checklists. All Saved Drafts will be visible in New Drafts Page until the final submission of the Checklist is done. Currently the Save Draft feature is only available for Adhoc Checklists(with no location set). For existing Checklists, this feature needs to be enabled in the schedule.  (Details given in # 9)

Save Drafts Feature in Checklists

2. Multi-Site View on Field App

We have revamped our Multi-Site view on PAZO Field App, now a person with viewer or Site Admin Access can view the Total Counts of Schedules Completed, Review Pending, Flags, and Open Issues across all associated Sites at one Place without further drilling down. Even the Zonal Managers can view a summary of their respective Zones at one place.

Multi-Site View on Field App

Web App

1. On Custom Dashboard users can compare data

A new feature for comparison of data has been introduced. To compare a Graph, users have to enable the compare to option present on Top, then users can compare the same graphs with a different Time Ranges such as

Last Week, Last Month, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days and Custom Date Range.

On Custom Dashboard users are now able to compare data

Scores are now shown for Single Checklists also in Checklist data.On Custom Dashboard users are now able to compare data

2. Now, Tags can be assigned Users.

With this Release, we are introducing a very useful feature User Tags which will allow Admins to create a List of User Tags and assign it to particular Users. These tags will be used in many places throughout the system.

Users can be assigned for Tag(s)

Users can be assigned for Tag(s)

Now, admins don’t have to remember particular Emails and usernames to set up an Email. Instead, they can just create and assign Tags to users and while Email Setup, give the Tags, the system will automatically pick up the particular user emails and based on their permissions, an Email will be sent to them on a particular chosen interval such as daily, weekly and monthly.

Users can be assigned for Tag(s)

3. Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

Now, a Department Manager can view overall department wise progress on the Dashboard and drill down further to Sites.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

A New Filter is introduced, which will allow users to choose from three different options:

  • Scheduled Today- displays all the daily schedules i.e. daily anytime, a particular time, specific time schedules as well as Weekly particular Time and Monthly particular Time that are scheduled for the present date.
  • Scheduled this Week- displays all the weekly schedules i.e. weekly anytime, a specific day in a week.
  • Scheduled this Month- displays all the monthly schedules i.e. date of the month, day of the week, any time of the month.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

To avoid confusion, now, there are completion statuses for both Real-Time Status as well as Overall Status for a Day.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

4. Enhanced Password Complexity

To ensure more security, now a minimum 8 characters password only be allowed while creating a New User and Editing password for old users.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

5. Any Images with flags in Image Gallery are now highlighted

Now, if an Image which is detected as Blank during Checklist Submission is highlighted in Red Color Border on the Image Gallery section.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

Also, a Flagged Field with an Image Attachment is highlighted along with flagged answers on the Image Gallery section.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

6. A new option, Week of the Month has been added to Monthly Checklist Schedule

Now, a checklist can be scheduled for a particular Week of the Month such as 1st Week, 2nd Week, 3rd Week or 4th Week in particular.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

7. All disabled things are hidden by default

To improve our Product user experience, now we hide all disabled items by default.

Users can view the disabled items with the help of a Toggling switch on Top right corner of the Page which will Toggle between showing Disabled Items and not Showing Disabled Items.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

8. Introduced a New Flags Graph on Analytics Dashboard

To have a better and actionable view of the Flags, a new Flags graph has been introduced which can be drilled down to Sites and Department Level. Managers can also directly raise a Task on the Flags by clicking on the Messaging Icon.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

9. Save Drafts Feature in Checklists

Now, users have an option to fill a part of their Checklist and Save it as a Draft instead of Submitting it upfront. All the users within a department will have access to Saved Drafts.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

The remaining part of the Drafts can be filled by any user belonging to a particular Department for which the Checklist was scheduled. All Saved Drafts will be visible in New Drafts Page until the final submission of the Checklist is done.

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard

Modifications in Tabular Dashboard