How to create a checklist in the Didit - Checklists iOS app

Here's how you can create a new checklist in the iOS app.

This article requires our iOS app. If you are looking for our documentation on our Android app, click here.

Since the app is not a standalone app at this time and requires a Jira or Confluence instance, there are only two ways to create a new checklist in the app. by scanning a QR code for a public checklist template or creating a new checklist from a template

1. Scanning a QR code for a public checklist template

To read more about scanning a QR code to create a checklist, click here. You can use the below QR code as an example.

2. Creating a new checklist from a public checklist template link.

To read more about creating checklists from links in public checklist templates, click here.

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This page was last edited on 04/01/2024.