Project Rover Release Notes

Project Rover Release Notes

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22 November 2021

iOS

What’s New

  • Re-Open RFI’s to ask for further clarification without the need to open a new RFI.
  • Navigate to all posted sheets from RFI Details on RFI Log.
  • Bug Fixes

19 October 2021

iOS

What’s New

  • Bug fixes

27 September 2021

iOS

What’s New

  • RFI assignees can now forward RFIs to project stakeholders for additional input before the official response is sent back to the RFI creator.
  • Bug fixes

15 September 2021

iOS

Gain more insights into your project and avoid rework, with a new way to visualize and organize data on a map – all from your phone.

What’s New

  • Access all relevant project information with the new layer overlay panel.
  • Easily manage your workflows with the ability to view RFI, punch, and submittal information on the map.
  • Quickly toggle between list view and map view with the new hamburger menu.
  • More accurately respond to questions with the new ‘Locate Me’ button, which helps you identify relevant information based on your location. ​

Web

​Reduce the risk of missing information and improve communication, now with greater flexibility to manage RFIs.

What’s New

  • ​​Keep information centralized in one place by easily re-opening existing RFIs, instead of creating a new one.
  • Quickly reference & resolve outstanding RFIs by viewing them in the related drawing.

30 August 2021

iOS

What’s New

  • Visualize information from multiple drawings, simultaneously, on the map.
  • View drawings and markups in context with street and satellite map.
  • Find information in proximity to your mobile device’s location from the map.

19 July 2021

What’s New

  • User interface updates and bug fixes.

29 June 2021

What’s New

  • The app’s main navigation has been relocated to a menu available from a hamburger icon at the top-right corner of the screen.

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