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We’ve discussed Teams and Subscriptions before but it’s a hot topic and worth discussing in more detail. Team Audits is a subscription based system. Each month you will need to pay the fee. The fee is based on the number of auditors in your team. The more auditors, the more it costs. The costs go ..

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With Team Audits, you can easily change the order of questions in your audit templates. Here’s how: Log into Team Audits as the team leader. In the “Manage Audits” tile, click the Edit icon next to the audit template that you want to work with. In the “Audit Questions” tile, use the “UP” and “DOWN” ..

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Team Audits can interact with ticket systems such as those used by help-desks or 3rd party contracting organizations. Team Audits allows you to set “actions” which results in an email that gets sent to key people if certain answers are given to certain questions by your auditors. Here’s an example. Suppose Sally is a member ..

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Exporting your completed audits to CSV format is easy with Team Audits. Only the team leader (the Administrator) can export audit results. This page explains how. Log into Team Audits as the team leader. In the “Settings” tile, click “Reports”. You will see a page similar to the following screenshot: In the above screenshot, you ..

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The team leader can add as many team members as needed. Note that costs are associated with teams. The more people in your team, the more it costs. However, the costs are low and are in stages. For example, you can have up to 5 team members (including the team leader) at a cost of ..

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Team Audits can send an email to specific people if certain answers to questions are given. For example, suppose you want to know if one of your auditors asks the question “Is the floor clean?” and the given answer is “No”. That’s worth knowing about. Team Audits can easily be configured to send alerts in ..

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The Team Leader (or Administrator) of your account can easily edit existing audits. But beware, there are some very important points to be made about integrity: Changing any question within an audit template is effectively create a new question and leaving the old one there but hidden. This is for a very good reason. Suppose ..

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You can assign an audit to either yourself or one of your team members. In this example, you’ll assign an audit to yourself. Before you can assign an audit to anyone, you need to first create an audit template and at least one subject. An assigned audit is made up of an audit template and ..

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The first thing you need to do is create some audit templates. An audit template is a list of questions that you can assign to either yourself or a member of your team. Let’s walk through the process of creating an audit template. First log into your Team Audits account and then click the “New” ..

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