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DVI's are awesome. Such a great way to document things. Some of ours are short but many are quite long. Not every tech will perform them in the order that they are created in. Sometimes they get interrupted and need to return later. Instead of scrolling through a lengthy inspection to find where you left off or the item you missed, wouldn't it be cool to click a button and jump to the next unperformed item?

Chime in if you think this could be useful or not.

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I've thought of the same thing Ric. Put my name on that also!
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Tim Martin wrote:I've thought of the same thing Ric. Put my name on that also!
Haha! great minds think alike, eh?
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We don't even use this system and it makes perfect sense to me!
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Rich wrote:We don't even use this system and it makes perfect sense to me!
Non issue for those short inspections where there may be 10-20 points. When you have dozens and dozens, it takes a little work. Anything we can do to make the techs job easier I'm for!
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+1 for me. I like that idea.
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Three votes for the suggested idea put in for development to consider.

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