Conducting a Inspection on iOS Device - User Guide

Created by Martina Farneva, Modified on Fri, 12 Apr 2024 at 12:14 PM by Martina Farneva



How to Conduct Your Inspection on a iOS Device:


Before you are able to conduct a inspection on your device, the inspection needs to be scheduled. There two ways of scheduling your inspections.

  1. Schedule your inspection from the Portal.
  2. Schedule your inspection from the Mobile App.

Once your inspection has been schedule and you have arrived at the intended property, you can being conducting the inspection through the RedRabbit Mobile App.


Navigation: Open Your RedRabbit Mobile App > Click on Inspection > Select Checklist > Select Area > Inspect Checklist Items


  • Swipe down to Download the scheduled Inspection
  • Click on the Inspection you are ready to Conduct
  • Click on Checklist on the bottom righthand corner
  • Click on the Checklist Area
  • Select the Checklist Item
  • Complete the Condition, Recommendation and Comments per Checklist Item
  • Capture Photos of the Checklist Item



How to Upload Your Completed Inspections:


NB - We advise that you only upload your inspections when connected to a stable WIFI connection, as the upload process is extremely data intensive. Trying to upload on mobile data is very time consuming and costly.

When uploading your inspections, upload one inspection at a time, as trying to upload all completed inspections will cause a Bottleneck effect (this means that you are trying to push too much data back to the portal simultaneously), this can lead to Packet Loss (packet loss can mean a number of things .e.g. some photos may not upload, no photos may upload, and the inspection may upload completely blank).

  • Click on Upload


Please note; you are able to upload your inspections in the background so that you can access other apps on your device and continue with your daily tasks.

Just make sure that your homescreen does not lock, as this will stop the upload at the point of the home screen locking. Once your home screen locks, you will need to manually restart the upload. The same applies if you have Battery Saving Mode active on your device. Once the RedRabbit App is seen to be using too much of your battery, your device will automatically close the RedRabbit App and the upload will paused. Our advice is that you turn this Battery Saving Mode feature off to prevent this from happening.




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