How to create an Embedded Link for sharing an inspection without client login

How to create an Embedded Link for sharing an inspection without client login

We've been asked numerous times how to share an inspection without your customer having to login into Scopito. We understand that some clients just do not want to login into another software or just do not have the perceived time. Therefore, an option for you is to create an embedded link. Please keep in mind, that it is your responsibility to ensure that the embedded link is created with the correct user permissions you wish. Please watch the below video; it has no sound. Thanks!

-CM
Head of Support


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