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Data will be lost.
First, check to see if you are running our current version and, if not, perform an upgrade. Getting the latest version often solves common issues.
If upgrading doesn’t resolve things, and if you don’t see an answer for your issue in the list above, please email “email@example.com” or call Patrick McCullen (x 3889)
An assessor can accept and decline an assessment as many times as they would like. Each time an assessor accepts an assessment, they must agree to the terms and conditions.
First, you must download the IAS Connect App from either the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Then, please use your existing IAS-Portal username and password to log into the IAS mobile app. For staff, this is your Active Directory (daily computer login) credentials.
No. In order to save changes made to a checklist in offline mode, please click the action gear icon on the top right of the screen and tap on “Save Checklist”
To get the full experience with the IAS Connect App, you must have the following programs installed on your device:
If you are using an iPad or another iOS device, you do not need to install any programs.
5.x, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x OS
iPad 4 or Higher w/ iOS 10.x, 11.x, or 12.x
iPhones with screen sizes 4.7″, 5.5″ & 5.8″
Yes; however, you must have logged in previously and opened the assessment when connected to a network. If you know internet will not be available at your work location, please make sure to log in when connected prior to arrival, open the assessment and leave the app running. Some features will not be available when in offline mode, however, checklists can still be completed then synced when connectivity is resumed.
A message will appear at the bottom of the app in red letting you know when you are not connected to a network
The App can be used to perform most actions that are done on the IAS Portal.