Schedule images

Each task on a schedule can be assigned 6 pre task completion images and 6 post task completion images.
Select the task classification, Pre task or Post task (completed tasks).
Select the scheduled task from the grid.
Images assigned to the task classification and task will reflect in the place holders.
Select all images. Use this option to check all images for printing purposes or manually check the images you wish to print.
Images per page. You can print “1”, “2” ,“4” or “6” (all) images per page. If you have an odd number of images (e.g. “3”), selecting “2” images per page will print 2 images on the first page and 1 image on the second page.
Print selected images. Select this option to print the images.
Spooling time is dependent on the size and resolution of the images, how many images you selected for printing and the number of copies required.
Click on an image to open it in the “Photo viewer”.
Assign more images to task.
Start capture. For devices using a webcam or similar attached device, start capture will initialise the capture process.
Monitor the Captured/browsed image window. When you are satisfied with the captured image, select Stop capture.
If you copy an image to the clipboard and do not have any image capturing device, the image (or part thereof) will appear in the Captured/browsed image window.
Retain captured image. Select this option to assign the Captured/browsed image to the next available image slot.
Existing assigned images. The 6 available slots are split between Images 1-3 and Images 4-6.
The icon will remove the associated image and free up the slot.
The icon will display the image in the “Photo viewer” window.
Browse/take photo on mobile. The Browse dialog will be displayed.
On normal desktop devices, browse for the photo/image you would like to assign to the task.
On mobile devices, use the options available including taking a photo or browsing the device’s storage for existing images.
Photographs, captured images and browsed images are uploaded into the “Schedimages” repository on the server.