If you want to delete photos permanently from the FotoIN system, please contact Support.
Tip: Remember to completely sync your photos before deleting any of them. You don't want to lose any!
You can download the FotoIN app to any camera with Android operating system.
Get the photos onto your mobile device and import them using the mobile application.
Yes, in capture mode you will see an option in the bottom left called ‘Preview’. When Preview is turned off, you can take continuous photos without interruptions.
Swiping it to the right means Preview is ON. Swiping it to the left means Preview is OFF.
On iOS, it is possible to save FotoIN photos on your camera roll.
When viewing a recent photo (or photo from within a filter), swipe left to view the previous or swipe right to view the next photo.
Make sure you’re doing a strong swipe across the screen.
Once you sync all of your photos from the mobile app, you can then delete them from your mobile device.
Once you ‘Finish & Upload’ a report from the FotoIN mobile app, you can only access that report from your storage provider and the web portal, it will no longer be accessible on the mobile device.
However, you can export uploaded reports to Word documents from the web portal under the Reports tab and then edit the the content.
We are working on adding more functionality to the FotoIN reports during the first half of 2016.
Yes, you can select multiple photos at a time to add to a report.
When adding photos to a report on an iPhone or iPad, select many from the 10-photo preview or select many from the Gallery.
On Android devices, long hold on the first photo you'd like to add and the option to select more will appear. Make sure that you’ve selected Images from the left side menu of sources of photos.
Yes you can. The tag category should be set up as a multiple selection category so you can select multiple values from that tag category list.
If you have admin access, you can edit and create new tag categories under the Configurator on the web portal.
Yes you can.
Yes it is!