For Procore users participating in the 'Enable Always Editable Schedule of Values' Pilot Program, be aware that this setting detailed is NOT currently supported when:
- Your project is configured to use one of Procore's ERP Integrations tools.
- The Subcontractor SOV tab has been enabled the Commitments tool. Enable or Disable the Subcontractor SOV Tab on the Commitments Tool.
The 'Enable Always Editable Schedule of Values' check box is a configuration setting in the supported Project Financials tools (see Which Procore tools support this setting? below). It providers users who have been granted the required user permissions to a tool with the ability to update the line items on a Schedule of Values (SOV), regardless of its status.
The 'Enable Always Editable Schedule of Values' setting is available to turn ON and OFF in the 'Contract Configuration' section of the Client Contracts, Funding, and Prime Contracts tools.
The setting is also available in the 'Contract Configuration' section of the Commitments tool.
To learn more:
- What does this setting do?
- Which Procore Tools support this setting?
- Why turn this setting ON or OFF?
- How do I turn this setting ON or OFF?
What does this setting do?
The table below describes how this setting works when turned ON or OFF in the 'Configure Settings' page of a supported Project Financials tool. See Which Procore tools support this setting?
|When the setting is...||Users with editing permissions can perform these tasks at any time...||Users with editing permissions can edit these values (except when an invoice for the line item has been created)|
Which Procore Tools support this setting?
This setting is supported in these tools:
Why turn this setting ON or OFF?
In Procore, this setting is turned OFF by default. However, a user with 'Admin' level permissions on a supported tool can choose to turn this setting ON and OFF at any time. Reasons for turning the setting ON and OFF include:
- ON. Turn this setting ON when project users need to update a contract's or funding's SOV after change orders or invoices have been placed in the 'Approved' status. This allows users to refine a contract's or funding's value, without having to issue a new change order against the contract or funding.
- OFF. Turn this setting OFF when they want to restrict users from updating a contract's or funding's SOV after change orders and invoices are approved. This prevents users from refining a contract's or funding's value and requires users to issue a new change order against a contract or funding.
ImportantProcore recommends turning this setting ON and OFF before your team begins creating invoices. Although you can change this setting at any time, it is important to note that Procore will NOT retroactively apply the updated setting to your existing invoices. A setting change is only applied to new invoices.
How do I turn this setting ON or OFF?
The 'Enable Always Editable Schedule of Values' check box is a configuration setting on the 'Configure Settings' page which can be turned ON or OFF by a user with 'Admin' level permissions on the supported Project Financials tool. By default, this setting is turned OFF.
|Procore Dictionary 1||Procore Tool Name||Instructions|
|All Dictionaries||Commitments||Configure Settings: Commitments|
|Procore for General Contractors||Prime Contracts||Configure Settings: Prime Contracts|
|Procore for Owners||Funding||Configure Settings: Funding|
|Procore for Specialty Contractors||Client Contracts||Configure Settings: Client Contracts|
Anything else I need to know?
Yes. If you or a team member changes the status of a Subcontractor Schedule of Values to 'Draft' after is was set to 'Approved', the amounts in the schedule will need to be reallocated before you can set its status to 'Approved' a second time. You also cannot edit the amounts on the Subcontractor Schedule of Values after a line item has been included on an invoice. For example, if you already created an invoice for a line item with a $100.00 amount, you cannot set its value to $50.00 in the Subcontractor Schedule of Values.