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In the workbooks page shows all the available workbooks of the tenant and allows you to manage them.

You can upload new workbooks. Keep in mind, that you still have to publish and assign the workbooks to the according teams, if you import them here first.
You can refresh the list.
You can reset the column layout and filters to default.
Uploaded workbooks have to get published to be available to the users. For this, select the workbook in the list and press the blue globe symbol.
You can download workbooks by selecting them and pressing the according icon.
With the Download bulk import template button you can download an excel file to create a list of tasks to upload them to the inspection section at a later point.
You can delete a workbook from all teams by selecting it and pressing the bin icon.
You can override the retention period of workbooks by selecting them pressing the retention icon.
upload workbooks to teams directly

Workbooks can also be uploaded to a team directly to save you a few clicks. However, this is only recommended if you want to upload a workbook to a single team. The reason being that a published workbook must have the same version across all teams. If you want to upload a workbook to multiple teams, it is recommended to upload it to the workbooks section and then assign it to the teams.

Retention and versions​

The column retention period shows the number of days after which completed inspections based on the workbook will be deleted from the users device automatically. This is to prevent the database from growing too large. If left empty, the default retention period of inspections - configurable in the settings - will be used. As the retention stored in workbooks takes precedence, this allows you to fine-tune the retention period for specific workbooks.

As can be seen in the image above, the column Versions shows the number of versions that were uploaded for a particular workbook. Clicking on that button will navigate to the version history of the workbook.

Here you can download each individual version and even set a different retention period per workbook version.

Additionally, you can publish any draft version that is higher than the latest published one, not just the latest draft.


In the 'teams' column, you can see how many teams a workbook is assigned to.

Clicking on the number will navigate to the "workbook's teams" page. Here you can see all the teams the workbook is assigned to and you can unassign/unlink them from teams by clicking the "unlink" button.


In the 'test-teams' column, you can see which teams have the test mode enabled for a given workbook. The test mode allows privileged users to download and use workbooks on their devices that have not been published yet.

Clicking on the number will navigate to the "Teams testing the workbook" page where you get a list of all the teams that have the test mode enabled. You can now navigate to those teams or disable the test mode by selecting one or more teams and clicking the test mode button in the toolbar.