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Viewing Your Photos

There are a number of ways to review and share the photos that are collected in your Missions.

You can:

  • View all pictures for one Picture Task
  • View individual photos
  • Download photos to your computer

View All Pictures for One Task

To view all photos for a particular Task at once, navigate to the Mission Overview page and locate the Picture Task you want to look at. Make sure to click on the name of the task to be taken to a view of all the picture responses for this task.

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You'll be taken to a gallery of all of the images associated with that Picture Task. The images displayed in the gallery respect any filters you may have applied on the Mission Overview Page (both Date Range and Custom Filters).

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Sharing a Link to Your Gallery

You can share a link to your photo gallery with individuals outside of your organization. The link can be viewed on any web browser, without requiring the viewer to log-in to GoSpotCheck. To generate a shareable link, click the blue Share button at the top of the Photo Gallery. GoSpotCheck will generate a unique URL, displayed at the top of the page, which you can copy and share with anyone who might find it valuable.

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At any point, you can deactivate the link by clicking "Stop Sharing"

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Immediately, the link will return the following message: 

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Viewing Individual Pictures

To navigate to an individual picture, access the all pictures view (described above) and then click on the picture you want to see up close. On the right-hand side of the pop-up, you’ll see information about the mission and tasks. 

Download Pictures

You also have the option to download the pictures. For details on downloading, see Share Mission Response Data.


Interested in seeing all images captured with GoSpotCheck in one gallery? Check out Photo Album.

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