ArchiSnapper News - November 2020

ArchiSnapper News – November 2020


In the past few weeks, our development team — as always — was on a roll! Here’s an overview of our latest features:

ArchiSnapper 5 – NEW

New ArchiSnapper app

Last summer, we revamped our app. Don’t worry, it still works the same way.

We just made it faster and more user-friendly. We also added some new features that can save you even more time.

If you haven’t already, download ArchiSnapper 5 now from the
App Store (iOS) or Play Store (Android).


Automatically assign items

FeatureFriday - auto assign observations - email

You can now automatically assign items to relevant contacts, based on the category of the item.

For example, the items for the category “electricity” will automatically be assigned to the company that does the electricity work for that project.

In your ArchiSnapper account, go to “project settings” and then “auto-assign”.

Read this helpdoc for more info on how this works.


ArchiSnapper – Sharepoint integration

archisnapper sharepoint integration

Effortlessly import documents and floor plans from Sharepoint, and export your AchiSnapper reports and photos back to Sharepoint.

For some help with setup, check out this helpdoc.


Overview of assigned items per contact

overview open items contacts

You can’t miss it! Find the overview both in the contacts page per project and in the central contacts list.

See how many open points each contact has at a glance.

More info can be found here.


Did you know …

… that iOS users can set textual shortcuts to save even more time? For example, you can think of a letter combination that functions as a shortcut to enter your email address. Handy for quickly logging in to ArchiSnapper, but also when you want to order something online. Go to “settings” > “general” > “keyboard” > “text replacement”..

ios_text_replacement

For these tips and more to get the most out of your iPhone or iPad, read this recent blog article. (Don’t worry, Android users, a similar guide is on our planning for you!)

Android users can; of course, also use the auto replacement function! Depending on your keyboard, the setup differs. Here are two examples:

  • Google keyboard: Settings > (system) > Language & Input > Personal Dictionary
  • Samsung Keyboard: Settings > General Management > Language & Input > On-screen keyboard > Samsung Keyboard > Smart typing > Text shortcuts

Good luck!

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