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Add Weather Log Entries (iOS)

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Objective

To add an entry to the Weather Log on an iOS mobile device.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permission: 'Admin' on the project's Daily Log tool.

Steps

  1. Navigate to the Daily Log tool on an iOS mobile device.
  2. Tap the date for which you want to create a new log item.
  3. Tap Weather Log.
  4. Tap Edit.
  5. Fill in the following information.
    • Weather Delay: By default, the Weather Delay field will be set to No. Tap the button to indicate that there was a weather delay on the day you're recording data.

    • Sky: Tap the Sky field. Select from the menu an observation made of the sky that day. You may only select one observation.

    • Temperature: Tap the Temperature field. Select from the menu the approximate temperature on site that day.

    • Average: Tap the Average field. Enter the average temperature observed during the workday. 

    • Precipitation: Tap the Precipitation field. Enter the observed precipitation for the day.

    • Wind: Tap the Wind field. Select from the menu the observed wind conditions.

    • Ground / Sea: Tap the Ground / Sea field. Select the status of the ground or sea around the project from the menu. You can only select information for either the ground or the sea.

    • Calamity: Tap the Calamity field. If the jobsite was subject to a calamity that day, enter the type by selecting from the following from the  menu: earthquake, fire, flash flood, landslide, tornado, hurricane, snow, other.

    • Comments: Enter any comments that may be needed to further describe the entry.

    • Add Attachments: Tap Add Attachment. Select one of the following:

      • Choose from Library: This will take you to the photos in your device's library. You can then select an image to add to the log.
      • Take photo: This will open your camera application so you can take a photo and directly add it to the log.
      • Browse: This will take you to saved and downloadable items available on your mobile device.
  6. Tap Save.
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