Checkpoints and QR Code Scanning [Advanced Edition]

Checkpoints are an important new feature that will allow customers to associate checks with physical locations or objects that are tagged with QR codes

Operator Experience  Operators trying to do Work associated with checkpoints will see a QR code symbol next to the checklist name

When they select that check the device camera will begin to work and they will need to use it to capture the checkpoint QR code.

Once that has been successfully scanned, the location will be recorded in Checkit and they will be able to work through the Checklist as usual.


Additionally, a user can go to a Checkpoint, select the QR option in the bottom RHS of the main work home page.  They will then be asked to scan a QR code and will be presented with Work assigned to that Checkpoint, providing a “what should I do here?” option.


Configuration  This behaviour is created by adding Checkpoints to locations and using them in allocating Work

  • A Checkit account contains a number of Checkpoint types - rooms, equipment etc. (We can create the types for you on request)
  • You can then configure one or more of each Checkpoint belonging to a location. For example hotel rooms under a location “hotel floor”.  Each Checkpoint is associated with a QR code.

Location showing two types of Checkpoint.  Clicking on one of the numbers of Checkpoints shows the list of Checkpoints



If you create Checkpoints, QR codes must be currently created by copying the code provided into a site like

Work can be assigned to Checkpoints in a location as usual, except that you will now be able to select the Checkpoints below the Location (“Where”)


You can optionally select “enforce sequence”.  If you have provided sequence numbers in the Checkpoint definition then the user will be forced to do work on the Checkpoints in that order.

Potential applications include room checks (hotel rooms, rooms to clean or inspect), equipment specific checks (fridge inspections) or maintenance.

If you are interested in this functionality then we can enable it and set up some Checkpoint types.



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