Below are recent announcements about the Procore platform.
'Comments' Field Added to Preview for Daily Log Search Results (11/11/2020)
The 'Comments' field for Daily Log entries has been added to Preview pane that appears when viewing search results for the Daily Log tool. This helps provide additional context for Daily Log entries so that you can find the items you are looking for more easily. See Search for Items Within a Project Using Procore Search.
Submittals 'Description' field is Now Searchable Using Procore Search (11/11/2020)
Procore Search can now search the 'Description' field for the Submittals tool, making it even easier to find relevant submittals. See What information is searchable using Procore Search?
Search Custom Fields for Select Procore Tools (10/27/2020)
You can now use Procore Search to search for certain custom fields in a project's Drawings, Incidents, Inspections, Observations, and Punch List tools. With this release, you can search for custom fields of the Plain Text, Rich Text, or Number field types. See Which project tools support Procore Search? and Search for Items Within a Project Using Procore Search.
Procore Search Now Available for All Major Tools in Procore (09/14/2020)
The Project level search feature, Procore Search, can now be used to search across all major tools in a project from a single location. See Which project tools support Procore Search? and Search for Items Within a Project Using Procore Search.
Note: Procore Search is not yet available for new and limited-release Procore tools, such as Correspondence and T&M Tickets.
Search for Items Within a Project Using Procore Search (06/22/2020)
Procore has released a new feature, Procore Search, which provides all project users with a single, consistent search experience across tools in a project. Instead of needing to search separately within each tool, you can now search for items across an entire project from one place in order to quickly locate the information you need. See Search for Items Within a Project Using Procore Search and What information is searchable using Procore Search?