Your drawing scale is set to meters, but your Length or Polylength measurements appear in millimeters. This is caused by a feature update in Revu that lets you set independent units for Length and Polylength measurements without creating Viewports.
About Project Rover Project Rover is a construction management solution for small to midsize projects, with features that are purpose-built for punch, RFI, and submittal management. Accessible from a web browser or through our iOS app, Rover enables you to create projects and easily manage their workloads and workflows. To […]
This article explains how to import drawings from an integration and how to sync any updates with the drawings in Rover.
Project Rover can detect metadata that’s imported along with your drawings. When available, this metadata can populate drawing names and location fields on punches and RFIs, ensuring accuracy and saving time. Learn how to create page labels, spaces, and links on your drawings before uploading them to Rover.
Project Rover is a construction management solution for small to midsize projects. Accessible on the web or through our iOS app, Rover enables you to create projects and easily manage their workloads and workflows. Read frequently asked questions about Rover.
See if your device or web browser is compatible with Project Rover.
Permission levels define what an individual user can do within a project, and must be assigned when inviting new users. Learn about the various permission levels and how to set them for each user in your project.
When collaborating in Revu, it’s important to consider that other people may see colors differently than you. We’ve compiled a list of tips for collaborating with people who have color vision deficiency, which can be adapted into your workflows.