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Prepare Cost Codes for Import to the Procore Imports App

Objective

To properly format your cost codes for import.

Background

You can use the Procore Imports App to self-import your cost codes in bulk to your project's Admin tool. This will add as many cost codes to your project as you need without having to manually add each cost code in Procore.

Things to Consider

Steps

Download the Cost Codes Import Template

Format the Cost Codes Import Template

  1. Complete the import template.
    Note: To learn more about filling out the import templates, see Import Multi-Level Cost Codes to the Project Admin Tool.

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    • See below considerations when filling out the template.
      • Cost Code Structure:
        • Procore supports up to five (5) cost code levels.
          Important! In order to support a cost code structure three (3) or more levels, the Project level Budget tool must also be configured to use the (Multi-Level) Procore Standard Budget view, instead of the Procore Standard Budget View. See Set Up a Multi-Level Budget View.
      • XLSX or CSV File Requirements:
        • For general formatting considerations, see How do I prepare my data for import into Procore?
        • The XLSX or CSV file must be formatted as a table. 
        • The first line of the table must include the header, which defines the fields in the table.
        • The table in cost code import template must contain the following header row:
          • Three (3) LevelCost Code Level 1Cost Code Level 2Cost Code Level 3, and Description.
          • Four (4) LevelCost Code Level 1Cost Code Level 2Cost Code Level 3Cost Code Level 4,  and Description.
          • Five (5) LevelCost Code Level 1Cost Code Level 2Cost Code Level 3Cost Code Level 4,  Cost Code Level 5, and Description.

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