Download instructions are available here.
The new iOS Oregon Inspector App will be available for download on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. The app will be available for iPhone and iPad devices at launch with an Android version available at a future date. We have worked with CityGovApp to create an alternative to the current Accela Inspector App to allow for Oregon customization, faster bug fixes, and better support. The Accela app will still be available, but you will also have the option to use the Oregon Inspector App. In fact, both apps can be installed on your iOS device at the same time.
Live Online Training Available:
The Oregon Inspector App is similar in functionality to the Accela Inspector App, so the learning curve should not be too great. But for ease of use, Jerod Broadfoot from the ePermitting Program will be providing the following five live online training sessions using GoToMeeting next week:
There is no need to register. Simply log on using this access information during any of the sessions that work best for you:
Access Code: 340-464-541
Please keep in mind that there is a GoToMeeting app available on the App Store if you would like to view the training sessions on your mobile device while in the field.
More Training Options:
In addition to the live online training, we have developed short how-to videos to view on your iOS device. We also have a list of all new fixes and enhancements to the Oregon Inspector App, compared to the Accela Inspector App. This information and the how-to videos can be found on the Oregon Inspector App Help webpage. Lastly, please send us an email at ePermitsHelp.BCD@oregon.gov if your agency is interested in additional in-person training.
Download the App:
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Oregon Inspector App cannot be found on the App Store. Instead, you will download the app from a webpage. Download instructions are available here.
Apple no longer allows apps to be published on the App Store that are considered “internal use only”, like the Oregon Inspector App so you will be using this webpage for downloading the app going forward. There will also be a Mobile Device Management (MDM) file available for those agencies whose security policies require an MDM file.
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