How to access the Zaptic app -
- On chrome, navigate to app.zaptic.com
- Apple Store on IOS
- Playstore on Android
The five main areas of the Zaptic app
- To-do List and Done tab
- Unit Search (barcode scanning)
- Notifications menu
- Ad-hoc menu
- Settings cog
1. To-Do List and the Done tab
This page is the first page that will appear when you access the Zaptic app. This interface contains all scheduled activities assigned to the user, and allows the user to start a task/training by clicking on the flow name.
The done tab contains completed activities by the user.
These tabs can also be filtered for quicker navigation -
2. Unit Search (barcode scanning)
The unit search tab provides information about assets and can be broken down into further areas.
You can search for units either by name, or by scanning a barcode assigned to that machine -
After selecting a unit, you are taken to the timeline view for that unit. This page allows you to see all comments and activities taken against that unit -
The about tab contains unit data and identification information -
The tasks tab then lets you start any available tasks against the unit you are viewing -
The reports tab shows you all reports completed against that unit, and allows you to filter these for easier navigation -
And finally the files tab contains any uploaded files assigned to that unit. Here you can view guidance documents and even training videos that are uploaded against this unit in the portal.
3. Notifications menu
On this tab the user receives notifications when:
- New actions have been assigned
- Another user leave a comment on a report
- Actions assignee closes a action you created
- Another user mention your name on a report
4. Ad-hoc Menu
The ad-hoc menu (also known as the + button) allows users to start tasks available to them that are not scheduled. This allows users to search for tasks and raise ad-hoc, when they need too. This page can be searched for the name of the task.
5. Settings Cog
The settings cog allows users to amend their accounts in numerous ways, such as changing their password or updating their language. There are also troubleshooting options within the settings menu, and this is where users can find information such as their app version.