Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the log to assign tasks and track completion, part of Learn Bluebeam: The Basics.
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- Now, let's use the punchlist markups…we applied in the last video,…and open the markup log to look at how…we can add information on who is responsible…for each one of these repairs, or punchlist items,…and to look at information that tracks the status…of the punchlist item.…So, let's drag open our markup log a little bit,…so we can see.…And, again, these are all of the punchlist markups…that we applied in the last video.…And you'll see that the Status is currently blank.…So, I can change the status of any of these items,…by simply selecting one, right-clicking on it,…and navigating to Set Status.…
So, we're going to set that to Completed,…and again, if I'm the one that set it to Completed,…it's going to say, completed,…I'm the one that did it.…And let's drag this column open,…and I changed that status…on this date, at this time.…Now, maybe somebody else is walking around the job,…and they say, "No, this is not completed."…So, I'm going to select Set Status,…and say, well maybe you did fix it,…but you didn't do it very well,…
Jim Rogers helps you choose the right version of Bluebeam for your company, customize the tools and views, convert files into PDFs, and create PDFs from scratch. In the final chapters, he covers Bluebeam Studio, the cloud components that make it easy to take projects mobile and global.
- Choosing a version of Bluebeam: Vu to eXtreme
- Installing Bluebeam and Bluebeam plugins
- Customizing Bluebeam
- Creating PDFs with Bluebeam Revu
- Converting images
- Editing Bluebeam PDFs
- Searching Bluebeam documents
- Making estimations and takeoffs
- Redlining as-built drawings
- Creating an active punch list
- Setting up a Studio Project or Studio Session