How do I "backdate" a record?

{Bobby Beauregard}

By default every record saved in LogCheck is time-stamped at the actual date and time the log was completed. However, in some cases it may be necessary to backdate a record to a past date or time. For example, lets say you walk into the Boiler Room one morning and notice a few lights out. You quickly go to the engineering shop, grab the bulbs you need, and within 10 minutes the Boiler Room is back to normal. A few days later you remember that you never documented the bulb replacement in LogCheck, but for the sake of good record keeping and communication you want to add a record of your work, and you want the date & time of the record to be accurate.

To create a backdated record, follow these steps:

  1. Open the LogCheck mobile app and navigate to the appropriate logbook, location, and log.
  2. Enter values, notes, and/or photos.
  3. At the top of the log entry screen tap the area containing the date and time.
  4. Use the date & time picker to select the date & time the log was completed.
  5. Tap Save.

*Note: Any record(s) backdated more than 1-hour from the actual date & time will be flagged on both the LogCheck web dashboard and on the email report.


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