How To Format Checklists For Easy Reading
Checklists can be formatted with lines, headings, and font styles to improve readability.
1. Using your computer, log into CityReporter web with your city code, username, and password. Select a module and click the Setup button at the top of the screen, as shown.
2. Locate the Inspection Group where your checklist is found. Click the Edit icon next to it.
3. Select the checklist you would like to edit.
4. Click the plus button next to the question you would like to format and select ‘Change Question Label & Options’.
5. In the Question Editor, the Font Size drop-down menu lets you choose how big you want your font to appear. See step 15 for examples of what your font will look like.
6. There are options to Bold and Underline the question as well. When you are done formatting your question, click Ok at the bottom. See step 16 for examples of what your font will look like.
7. If you would like to add a heading or a line to break up groups of questions in a checklist, click on a plus button and select ‘Add New Question Above/Below this Question‘.
8. In the Question Type drop-down menu, select either Line or Heading, depending on what you would like to add. A line requires no further steps, simply click Ok at the bottom of the Question Editor.
9. For a heading, enter the text in the Question Label field, select the Font Size, and enable bold or underline options if desired. Click the Ok button at the bottom of the Question Editor.
10. To finalize your changes select the Save button (floppy disk Save button at the bottom right of the screen).
11. Although the font size and styles are not visible on the Check List Editor screen, they will appear when doing an inspection. Below are examples of what a Line and a Heading may look like in your web inspection. They can be used to break up longer checklists into groups of similar questions.
12. Below are examples of what a Line and a Heading may look like in your mobile inspection. Note that there are no answer buttons on these rows.
13. Below, in order, are what the different font styles look like: Small, Medium, Large, Small Bold, Medium Bold, Large Bold and Underlined