Keeping all the finish and fixture data on a property can be a overwhelming task—or it can be easy, with zData. Capture, store, and update important property details at the best time for you, whether conveniently during the next inspection, repair action, or turnover process—or from the comfort of your desk. Easily keep track of everything, and reference it anytime, including:
Paint brand, color, & number—from Dove Grey to Oxford Blue.
Flooring (carpet, laminate, hardwood…) description & model number.
Backsplash, bathroom, and patio tile & mosaic UPCs.
Roofing shingles: extra points if you note the optimal year to replace!
Hardware finishes, from chrome to brushed nickel.
Preferred light bulbs for every light fixture.
and much more.
Capture zData During an Inspection
Capture important finish and fixture info (such as paint numbers and flooring SKUs) during an inspection and or reference an existing zData entry for verification or other purposes. zData is currently enabled automatically on all default (non-customized) condition-based inspection templates including Move In and Move Out. The next time you perform an inspection, you will see zData fields available for all area details (as in the following example). Simply tap on the relevant zData field and enter your finish or fixture info:
Not seeing the zData field in your condition-based inspection? You can add zData to your customized template to enable it.
Capture zData During a Property Visit
Sometimes you’ll want to capture zData when not performing an inspection. For example, you may stop by a property to check on a repair request. It’s a good time to grab the paint color or flooring SKU—and additional zData for the property while you’re at it.
In the zInspector 3, simply specify a property then tap the Edit Areas button:
Expand the relevant area, tap to add the zData, and that’s it.
Access zData at Your Desk
On the website, you can view, enter, or edit zData and download a spreadsheet containing zData for selected properties.
To enter, view or edit zData for any property, go to Properties > zData.
Scroll right as needed, and click View/Edit Areas for the relevant property.
Click the expand (magnifying glass with plus symbol) for any area. Be sure to click on the black save (disk) icon to the right of the Area Description after editing a zData entry to save any changes.
To download a spreadsheet containing zData, from Properties > zData, checkmark one or more properties (or checkmark all using the checkbox at upper left) then click Data and select XLS from the dropdown.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.