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Add Manpower Log Entries (Android)

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Objective

To add an entry to the Manpower Log from an Android device using Procore's mobile application. 

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions: 'Standard' or 'Admin' on the project's Daily Log tool.
    AND
    'Standard' and above permissions on the Directory tool.

Steps

  1. Tap Daily Log from the tools menu in the left navigation.
  2. Select a date you want to create a log for at the top of the screen by using the right and left arrows next to the date, or click the date to pull up a calendar that you can select a day from.
  3. Tap the Manpower Log.
  4. Tap the + icon in the left pane.
    (Note: You may need to swipe from the left side of the screen to pull up the left pane.)
  5. Fill in the following information.
    • Contact / Company: Tap the Contact / Company field. Select the contact or company associated with the work performed.

    • # Workers: Tap the # Workers field. Enter the number of workers from the company that were on site for the day. You can also tap the + or - buttons to set the number.

    • # Hours: Tap the # Hours field. Enter the number of hours the workers from the company were on site for the day. You can also tap the + or - buttons to set the number.

    • Cost Code: Tap the Cost Code field. Select from the drop-down menu the cost code associated with the log entry. 

    • LocationSelect a location from the menu. Tap a tiered location to pull up any sub locations. If configured, you can tap Add to add a new location.

    • Notes: Enter any notes that may describe the log entry.

    • Attachments: Tap the Attachments field. Tap one of the options according to how you would like to attach a file.

      • Choose File
        1. Tap the folder from which you would like to upload a photo.
        2. Tap each photo you would like up upload.
        3. Tap Done.
      • Choose from Procore
        1. Tap the album from the project's Photos tool that has the photo(s) you want to include on the inspection.
        2. Tap one or many photos to include.
        3. Tap OK in the top right.
      • Camera
        1. Take the photo by positioning your device's camera, then tap the circle icon.
          • Along the top of your screen, you have the following options:
            • Tap the geotag button to turn geotagging off or on.
            • Tap the camera rotate icon to toggle between the front and back camera of your device.
            • Tap the clock icon to to turn time stamps on or off.
            •  Flash On/Off: Tap the lightning icon to turn your phone's flash on and off. Pictured is flash OFF.
            •  Audio On/Off: Tap the microphone icon to mute or record audio. This option is only enabled in Video mode.
            •  Flip Camera: Tap the flip camera icon to flip to your front-facing or rear-facing camera on your device, if applicable.
            •  Timer: Tap this icon to set a timer before taking a picture.
          • Along the bottom of your screen, you have the following options:
            • Gallery: This option lets you chose a photo from your phone's Gallery or file storage to attach to the item.
            • Quicksnap: This option lets you take multiple photos. When you're done, click Done.
            • Markup: This option lets you take a photo and then redirects you to a page where you can markup the photo using Procore's markup tools
            • Video: This option lets you take a video and attach it to the item.
            • Tap the menu overflow icon (three vertical dots) to see the following options.
              • Tap the geotag button to turn geotagging off or on.
              • Tap the camera rotate icon to toggle between the front and back camera of your device.
              • Tap the clock icon to to turn time stamps on or off.
  6. Tap Save to save that item.

 

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