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Disable the Procore Change Reason Pop-up in MS Project

Objective

To disable the Procore Add-in on MS Project that prompts you to state a change reason whenever a change is made.

Background

When you sync a MS Project schedule to Procore Drive, any changes you make in MS Project will automatically be synced to Procore Drive and Procore upon clicking Save. By default, Procore will ask you for a change reason when changes are made so you and your team can keep track of why changes to the schedule were made, by whom, and when. If you would like to diable this prompting by Procore, you can disable the Add-in in MS Project. However, the changes to the schedule will still be synced.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions: 'Admin' level permissions on the project's Schedule tool; access to the project's MS Project schedule that is synced to Procore.
  • Important! Keep the Procore Add-in online to view schedule changes in the Schedule Changes report in the Reports tool. The report will not gather data unless a user enters information into this pop-up.

Steps

You can either disable it temporarily, or uninstall it permanently.

To disable the Add-in temporarily
  1. Open MS Project on your computer.
  2. If it is available, click the Add-ins tab. (Note: If this feature is not available, skip to here.)

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  3. Click the Online button above the word "Procore". (Note: This will disable the comment popup add-in until you enable it again by turning it to online again.)

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To uninstall the Add-in
  1. Open MS Project on your computer.
  2. Click File.
  3. Click Options.
  4. Click the Add-ins tab to the left of the options menu.
  5. To the right of the word "Manage", select "COM Add-ins" from the drop-down menu.

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  6. Click Go...
  7. Select the Procore Add-in. (Note: You may see two Procore Add-ins. If so, disable both.)
  8. Click Remove. (Note: This will uninstall the comment request popup permanently unless you reinstall it.)
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17:10, 4 Apr 2017

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