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How do I start and conduct an audit?

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An audit is a digital checklist in Ed Controls.

The audit can be started and performed in both the Web environment and the Mobile application.

  1. Log into web.edcontrols.com;
  2. Select your project;
  3. Select the Audits tab;
  4. Select the correct template from the groups on the left
  5. Press the blue ‘+’ bottom right;
  6. Change the name of the audit;
  7. If necessary, add a Responsible;
  8. Add one or more Informed roles if necessary;
  9. The Audit is now ready and can be completed by the Respondent;
  10. Click Next to complete the Audit;
  11. Now fill in the questions through the different response options and the e.g. add Tickets/attachments as evidence.
  1. Log into the app;
  2. Make sure your project is downloaded to your device;
  3. Select your project;
  4. Select the Audits tab;
  5. Select the correct template from the groups on the left
  6. Press the blue ‘+’ bottom right;
  7. Change the name of the audit;
  8. If necessary, add a Responsible;
  9. Add one or more Informed roles if necessary;
  10. The Audit is now ready and can be completed by the Respondent;
  11. Click Next to complete the Audit;
  12. Now fill in the questions through the different response options and the e.g. add Tickets/attachments as evidence.

Note: An audit will automatically save every 10 minutes when you are in the 1st or 2nd page of the audit.

Please note: By default, an Audit is created as an area audit. If you want to create an object audit, you must check this in the audit template.

Read also: What is the difference between an area and an object audit?

Read also: How do I create an audit template?

Also read: How do I add (existing and new) tickets to a question in an audit?

Updated on 03-08-2022

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