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How do I upload a photo to an insight?
How do I upload a photo to an insight?
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Written by Megan Bland
Updated over a week ago

Why might I want to add a photo to an insight?

When answering an insight you may want to add a photo to show that something has not been completed or to show proof that the insight has been carried out.

For example when carrying out a store visit, an insight might require you to score the cleanliness for the store. You may wish to add pictures to show areas of the store that are dirty and need attention. Alternatively you might want to show proof that the latest POS has been displayed in a store.

How do I upload a photo to an insight on the web?

  1. Select the insight to open the detailed insight view.

  2. In the insight notes section you’ll a button 'Add Photo'. Click this button.

  3. This will open up your files app and you can locate the photo.

  4. Once you’ve chosen and uploaded a photo, you’ll be able to see a thumbnail preview of it.

  5. You can add more photos by tapping on the camera icon again.

  6. Tap the red X button on the top right of a thumbnail image to remove it.

How do I upload a photo to an insight in the app?

  1. Tap on an insight to open the detailed insight view.

  2. In the insight notes section you’ll see an icon at the bottom to add a photo. Tap this icon.

  3. You'll be presented with two options, either take a photo in the moment which will open up your phone's camera, or upload a photo from your camera roll.

  4. Once you’ve uploaded or taken a photo, you’ll be able to see a thumbnail preview of it.

  5. You can add more photos by tapping on the photo icon again.

  6. Tap the red X button on the top right of a thumbnail image to remove it.

How can I annotate a photo?

Annotations of photos in Review is readily available in the apps. When you upload a photo to an insight, you’ll have the ability to annotate it with drawings and text.

You can use the drawing and text tools to highlight something in the photo that requires attention. For example, during a store visit, you might notice that a shelf talker is displaying the incorrect price for a product or that something is broken on a display stand. Using the annotation tools, you can type the correct price that should be displayed on the shelf talker, and circle the damaged area on the display stand, making it very clear what the issues are.

  1. After you've uploaded a photo to an insight, select on the thumbnail image of the photo you would like to annotate.

  2. You'll see an annotations button in the top right, select it to reveal a range of annotation options which will appear at the bottom of the image. These options differ slightly between iOS and Android.

  3. To draw on the image, choose the pencil icon, pick a colour, and freely draw on the image. The undo arrow allows you to reverse any changes. On Android you can also select to draw a shape.

  4. To crop the image, select the Crop option (iOS only), make adjustments, and confirm by tapping the checkmark icon.

  5. To add text, select the text icon, input your desired text along with the preferred color, tap done, and then freely position the text on the image.

  6. When you have finished annotating the image tap Done.

  7. A duplicate of your image, including the annotations, will be saved alongside the original image.

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