We are always listening to your feedback and working hard to improve PIM, make PIM more friendly, and help you conduct Inspections no matter what industry you are in! We release updates regularly and we're always looking for ways to make things better.
For our Cirrus8 customers, need to conduct unscheduled inspections for incidents, maintenance, and reactive events? PIM now supports Ad-Hoc Inspections!
Plus PIM now supports Photo Numbering in reports. Each photo can now be numbered, cross-referenced, and allows your tenants and owners easy visibility on where each photo was taken and how many!
Updates and Improvements:
+ Chintaro Improvements - PIM and Chintaro have been upgraded to handle large inspections and reports. Applicable for Chintaro Basic and Chintaro Cloud Customers.
+ Cirrus8 Improvements
+ Ad-Hoc Inspections are now supported in PIM. This includes new reports, new Property Profiles, and Inspections Areas. (New Installs only).
+ Scheduling Inspection types such as Routine and Condition are now supported.
+ Annotation Improvements - When annotating photos, you can now select and delete a specific annotation. Simply tap and bin it!
+ Added added ability to change the Property Profile associated with an existing Inspection.
+ simPro Improvements - Improved data handling and uploading of reports.
+ MRI - Liquid Palace Improvements - Updates to API.
+ Fixed an issue where Share Photos was not working for older iPads (iOS12).
+ Various bug fixes and improvements behind the scenes.
And from the last releases:
+ Ultra Wide Angle Zoom shots can now be taken in PIM when using your iPhone 11 or greater and is a great solution when you are struggling to keep everything in the frame. Whether you are taking a photo of a whole room, that perfect cover photo for your report, or zoomed in for a crack in the wall, PIM now caters to all your photo needs!
+ Importing Photos - The latest improvements in PIM allow you to add photos to your Inspections no matter where they are stored, whether that is in DropBox, OneDrive, iCloud, or even from your own cloud servers! Plus if you use the Photos app to tag your inspection photos before adding them to PIM or use iCloud Shared Albums, you can now easily add them to your Inspection with a few taps. How good is that!