4-Point Inspection Form
The mobile 4-Point Inspection Form is designed to make inspections more accurate and easier to complete than ever before. Using integrated photo capture, offline capability, subforms, and automated workflows, this form is a more efficient and effective way to complete 4-Point Inspections. In the past, inspectors had to complete their 4-Point Inspections with pen and paper or non-intuitive fillable PDFs. Now, you can utilize a user-friendly mobile form to input all inspection data and have a finalized PDF document automatically generated and ready to deliver to the homeowner without even leaving the inspection site.
Integrated Media Capture: Take photos directly on the mobile form and then annotate, illustrate, or caption them for a deeper level of detail. Everything will be formatted into the final PDF output.
Fully Mobile: Complete the form on any iOS or Android mobile device, but have a deliverable PDF output in the proper standardized format.
Convertible Tables: Tables in the mobile form are incredibly simple to complete, but they convert to properly formatted tables on the final PDF Document.
Secure E-Signature: Securely sign the mobile form on your tablet or cell phone with an accurate date and time stamp. This signature will transfer over into the finalized PDF Document that generates when the form is submitted.
Smart Subforms: Keep your form clean, tidy, and easy to use with subforms. Only see the information you need, and just tap if you need to add any more. All relevant data will be input into the final PDF.
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