I am not going to name the company, but during my visit on the paperwork I could select no photos.
I figure given the low pay, and problems I had getting information in this would solve one more headache.
Now the company is complaining, "We need photos, send photos ASAP." I am citing the report that I said no photos.
The facts are this isn't like if I post a photo on facebook, or share it via messanger. It's a PIA to go online, or onto my device, to get the photos, make sure they match up, then upload.
The company hasn't updated its pay in 20 years, is it really too much to ask they update the tech as well? I mean if photos are so vital, why not develop an app, or an easy website so you can do reports in the field.
I did one project for a now-defunct company that used some screwball web forms app for its reports. I didn't realize just how clunky this was until I worked for a real merchandising company (and I'm not counting SPAR as its app, when I worked for them, wasn't a whole lot better). Yes, matching up the photos can be a pain, it helps when you have an app and report while you're doing it. I worked for SPAR briefly before smart phones were really a thing, filling out the reports on paper, and it was a huge pain in the mule. So I agree, if they want photos, they need to make it easy or at least no harder than strictly necessary.