Standard Report Template - Percentage Versio

After logging in mouse over the "My Reports" tab in the top menu and click "Create Report".




Click on the Standard Report Template - Percentage Version.



This template is divided into ten parts, general, summary, remark, quantity, workmanship, on-site test, packing, photos, attachments and statement.



The report page has an inspection dictionary, which includes remarks, material defects, product defects, packaging, image descriptions and commonly used sentences in Chinese and English.



To insert these sentences click inside the box you would like the sentence to be put in, then click on the sentence in the dictionary that you would like to be inserted. Your remark has appeared in the box please be careful to click only once each time you would like to insert a remark. 



To show that the report is authentic and help the buyer see the quality of the goods more clearly we allow the insertion of photos and upload of attachments. Below is a description of how to use the nine different parts of this report. 



1. General

The “General" section report's basic information, including purchase order, item number and total quantity, these boxes will be filled out automatically when you complete the rest of the form. Any area in the report that has a title and text box to be filled in, but no way to write it in yourself, will be completed automatically.



2. Summary

This part of the form is filed out automatically when you complete the rest of the report. It will tell the result of each part of the inspection along with the overall result of the inspection.



3. Remark

This section of the report is for explaining the circumstances of the tests, status and other related information. Common remarks for this section can be found in QCDIY’s inspection dictionary. 



4. Quantity

Detailed description of product order and item number, if necessary add remarks telling more details. Also you need to click on the box next to result and choose either passed, failed, pending or N/A, this result will appear in the result tab.


5. Workmanship

Use the buyer's requirements including sample size and number of allowed defects, record the number of times each defect (critical, major, minor) occurred. Compare the number of defects found with the allowed defects stipulated by the buyer, if it is more than the buyers accepted amount the inspection failed, if less it passed. You can use the "inspection dictionary" to write your reports more quickly and more professionally, it will give you an accurate description for each defect. The specific circumstances of the defects can be recorded in the remark field.



6. On-site Test

This is where you do specific test to check the quality or function of your product. You can find and import your own checklist, QCDIY’s checklist or checklists provided by other QCDIY users. This will help you get the best possible results for your inspection. You can also individually write in any tests that you would like to make along with the criteria for that test.



For each test you should choose whether it passed, failed, is pending or N/A. Then at the bottom of this section you should choose the final result of the onsite testing section. Also you can add remarks telling more details about the test.



7. packing

Record the packing conditions of the goods. Keep a record of the actual "main mark" and "side mark" accordingly.


8. Photos

You can not only move or delete each photo; you can also edit the photo by clicking on it this allows you to, rotate, zoom or add arrows to clearly point out the defects.




9. Attachments

In the top left corner of the report page click the “attachment" button to upload an attachment, the files information including file name and size will be included in this section.




10. Statement

This is a self declaration stating that the (included data, text, images, attachments, etc.) is true and effective. It also states that you take full responsibility for the authenticity of this report.