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Edit Program Information

Objective

To edit the information that appears on the landing page of one of the programs in the company.

Background

A project is a construction effort with a defined start and end date with specific goals and objectives that, when obtained, signify completion of the project. A program is a group of related constructions projects that provide your organization with benefits from managing projects as a group, over managing projects individually. There are countless ways to organize your company's projects into programs, such as:

  • Region. For example, you might create programs for the four (4) regions of the U.S., such as 'Northeast', 'Midwest', 'South', and 'West.'
  • Sector. For example, you might create programs for the different construction sectors, such as 'Buildings', 'Infrastructure', and 'Industrial.'
  • Project Management. For example, you might create programs for 'Internal Projects' and 'External Projects'. 

After creating a new program (see Add Programs), use the steps below to add the program's details.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permission:
    • 'Admin' level permissions on the company's Admin tool. 
  • Additional Information:
    • To see which projects are assigned to the program, click the "+" icon to the right of the program name. 

Demo

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Steps

  1. Navigate to the company's Admin tool.
    This reveals the Company Settings page.
  2. Under Project Settings, click Defaults.
    This opens the Project Settings page, which contains the Programs list.
  3. Scroll down to the section called '<Your Company Name> Programs' section.
  4. Click Edit next to the desired program. 
    This opens the Editing Program page.
  5. Complete the following data entry as desired:
    • Name. The title that you put into this field will appear at the top of the page in the Program's landing page, as well as on the Programs tool's landing page.
      Note: If you have enabled the River Gauge options to include river observations from the National Weather Service's Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Services (AHPS) webpages, you will see additional fields in this page. See Enable and Configure a River Gauge for a Program.
    • Photo. Upload a photo to appear on the Programs tab.
    • Logo. Upload a logo for the program, if applicable. Similarly, you can also upload and use your company's logo instead. (Note: The logo must be in one of the following file formats: .png, .pdf, .jpg, .gif)
    • Location. Add the location of the program. You may add more than one location, if applicable.
    • Website. If your company or program has a related website, you can add a helpful hyperlink, which will appear under the program's location information.
    • Latitude/Longitude. The retrieved weather information is based upon the program's specified latitude and longitude coordinates. Add the latitude and longitude coordinates here. (e.g. 34.3).
    • Zip. Include the zip code that should be associated with the program.
    • iFrame URL. If you want to display part of a webpage in an iFrame, enter the URL of a webpage that you want to display. For example, you might want to a link to a live webcam feed, web portal, map view, aerial view, and so on. If you do NOT want to display a webpage in an iFrame, leave this field blank. 
    • iFrame Height. Specify the height (in pixels) of the iFrame that you want to display on the program's page. The default value is 500px. If you do NOT want to display a webpage in an iFrame, enter 0.
    • Textarea 1 and Textarea 2. Use these free-form text fields to add any additional details or notes.
    • Attachments. Attach any files that apply to every project in the program.
    • Projects in the Program. Click the links to view the projects within the program. See Add Projects to a Program.
  6. Click Save Program.
  7. Repeat the steps above for each program. The image below shows you what your Program's page will approximately look like. In this example, we did NOT include an iFrame. 

    page-programs-program.png

 

 

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