The powerful website Timeline‘s Media Stream puts your inspection media front and center. Instantly search hundreds, thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of photos, 360s, and videos—within a property or across your entire portfolio for specific areas or details of interest.
With full image searchability, you can effortlessly filter all media for a given property, activity, area, or detail.
- The Property / Unit Name search field and activity selector remain unchanged.
- Enhanced filter options help you find what you need, on a single property or across your entire property portfolio.
- Tools for creating special documents and managing files are relocated for convenience.
Click to open orange icons. Click to download black icons.
This is a condition table inspection report. Click to open.
This is a non-condition table inspection, form, or document. Click to open.
This is an uploaded file. Click to download.
This is a media folder; it contains photos taken during a specific activity type or inspection (hidden by default).
A red clock at upper right of an icon means the activity has not yet been completed, submitted, and/or uploaded entirely from the app.
Optional Icon Filters
Click to hide/show (from left to right):
- Documents – inspections and other filled forms and documents.
- In Progress – activities that have not yet been completed on the app.
- Files – uploaded manually to zInspector.
- Activities – folder containing media.
- Media – photos, 360s, videos.
- Filter tool – apply additional parameters (area, detail, photo-taker, and/or media type) to a media search.
- Clear tool – reset filters to default (i.e., only Activities folders are hidden).
Essential Timeline Tools
Click to use (from left to right):
- Compare Documents – Compare to condition-table reports for the same property in a side-by-side format.
- Download as XLS – Download a spreadsheet listing info about the currently listed Timeline activities (including date, number of photos, and user/inspector).
- Manual Upload – Upload images, 360s, and files manually when necessary to supplement the inspection media captured within the app.
See it in action!
Questions? Email us at email@example.com.