Side-by-side Comparison Photos

View the images from your Move In inspection on your Move Out report for a side-by-side comparison.

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Written by Adelle Naidoo
Updated over a week ago

Note: Comparison photos will only appear with lifecycle reports, i.e., Move In > Move Out ; they will not be available on standalone reports.

Please contact our Support team if you do not have access to this feature.

Firstly, you need to decide if you'd like to display your comparison photos on all Move Out reports, or specific Move Out reports.

If you'd like to see comparison photos on all Move Out inspection reports, you will need to enable this feature for this report type:

- On your web dashboard, navigate to your Settings tab > Reports.

- Under report settings > choose Move Out Inspection.

- Scroll down until 'Photo Comparison' and enable.

If you'd like to see comparison photos on selected Move Out inspection reports, you will need to enable this feature per inspection:

- On the inspection, navigate to the Settings tab > scroll down and enable the "Photo Comparison" feature (Only visible for Move Out report type):

How to add Comparison Photos to your Move Out report:

  1. Create, conduct & close your Move In report.

2. Create Move Out report and ensure that you are continuing from the previous Move In:

3. Fetch the Move Out inspection on your Property Inspect app and start the inspection:

4. You will see the photos from the previous inspection also available to view on the app. under 'Previous Room Photos':

5. Navigate to a specific section on your app and click on the previous image > press "Retake" and take a new photo:

6. Once you have completed the inspection, proceed to Sync the Move Out inspection.

Back on the web dashboard, don't forget to go the Uploads tab of the inspection and click on 'Copy from Previous Inspection' > this is to ensure that the Move In inspection images will also appear on the Move Out:

7. Complete the Move Out inspection report > view the web report.

On your web report, you will now be able to view a side-by-side comparison of the photo(s) from the Move In inspection and the Move Out inspection:

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