If you want the inspector to input measurements directly into the mobile app, you can define the checkpoint as a Measurement checkpoint. You can see an example of what this looks like in the app:

Creating checkpoints with measurements

The measurement checkpoint can be defined in the checklist editor by selecting it in the drop-down menu:

You can define a fixed set of dimensions to check by clicking the Edit Measurements Table. If your measurements are defined as a dynamic set of measurements (for example, measurement cards) through your data integration with Qarma, you can select Use order data.

Measurement table

The measurements table can be defined as below:

The measurements are added on the left side, and the deviations can be added as absolute units or in percentage. If you have several variants, they can be added by clicking the button on the right side. 

At the top, you can define how many samples for each variant should be checked, the unit of measurement, and if the specific specifications should be selectable from order data.

Filling in measurements in the mobile app

When filling in the measurements in the mobile app, there are a few extra options that can be found by tapping here: 

This will bring up the following options:

The options are explained below:

- NEW SAMPLE: If you want to record measurements for more samples, use this option.

- NEW SPECIFICATION: Used if you want to measure another aspect of the product. For example, if you measure a vase, and the only options pre-defined are height  and width, you may wish to add diameter as a third dimension.

- SWITCH TO DEVIATION MODE: Instead of typing in the full measurements, you can switch to deviation mode to insert the difference between the given specification and the actual measurement. The deviation mode will look like the below. Use the buttons to record the measurements quickly.