Check out the video (4:30 min) to learn how to use data values or read the detailed guide below!
When data values are turned on for your organization, you can use this function when editing an inspection template. In step 2 of editing the inspection template, you can check the checkbox when you want to use it for your inspection:
With data values you can add values or text to all inspection items and the corresponding single select or multiple select answers. Users won't see these values or texts. By doing so, two possible functions are provided:
When using the data values you will see these values when exporting one or more inspections to Excel or pdf.
After you turn on the data values for a specific inspection template by checking the checkbox, you can start editing the template. As you will see, when creating a new inspection item, after the 'help text' of the inspection item, a new tab 'data key' is available. Here you can define a 'data key' (the technical name of a question) and a data value type. If you want a score behind your answers, choose 'Number'.
The other options are:
Now return to the first tab ('Item'). In case you've selected 'number' for the answer type 'single select' or 'multiple select', the value boxes will appear where you can enter values (see image below).
In these fields you can fill in the numbers you want to use (for example 1 for yes and 0 for no, or 100 for excellent and 0 for bad).
The users who conduct the inspections won't see any data values. After the inspections are completed, you can export them and see the data values in the exports.
Repeat this for all the questions where you need a score or value!
! EXPERT TIP: If you have a lot of similar questions (e.g. a lot of questions with options OK, Not OK, Not Applicable); use the copy question function after you've added the data values! It'll save you lots of time!