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Edit Sub Jobs on a Project

Objective

To edit a sub job to a Procore project in the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) page of the project's Admin tool. 

Background

You can edit a sub job on a Procore project only if that sub job is not being used in a budget code on your project. 

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:

    • 'Admin' level permissions on the Project level Admin tool. 
      OR
    • 'Read-Only' or 'Standard' level permissions on the Project level Admin tool with the 'Update Cost Codes' granular permission enabled on your permissions template. 
  • Limitations:
    • For customers using Procore's Field Productivity tools
      The default segments in WBS are compatible with icon-external-link.png Field Productivity. Custom segments are NOT yet supported. To learn more, see Why can't I create WBS custom segments?
    • For customers using the Company level ERP Integrations tool
      The default segments in WBS are compatible with Procore's ERP Integrations tool. However, the synchronization process does NOT yet support custom segments. To learn more, see Why can't I create WBS custom segments?
    • For customers who have independently developed or purchased a third-party solution to integrate with Procore
      To take advantage of the custom segment capabilities associated with WBS, any existing API integrations that you have independently developed or purchased to interact with Procore must be updated to support Procore's new WBS API. To learn more, see Do we need to update our API Integrations for WBS?

Steps

  1. Navigate to the project's Admin tool.
  2. Under 'Project Settings', click the Work Breakdown Structure link. 
  3. In the 'Segments' table, click the Sub Jobs link.
     Notes
  4. In the 'Sub Jobs' table, highlight the line item to edit. Then click Edit
  5. Edit the following information:
    • Code. Enter an alphanumeric code for the sub job. 
    • Description. Enter a description for the new sub job. 
  6. Click anywhere outside the line item to save it.
    Procore displays the work 'Saved' in GREEN text.