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Mark up a Drawing (iOS)

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Objective

To add markups to drawings in the project's Drawings tool on an iOS mobile device.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions: 'Standard' and above permissions on the Drawings tool.
  • This asset/item can be viewed or edited in offline mode provided that the asset/item was previously viewed and cached on your mobile device.

Steps

  1. Navigate to the project's Drawings tool on an iOS mobile device.
  2. Tap the drawing you want to mark up.
  3. Tap the markup tool you want to use in the markup toolbar.

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    • Select: Pan around the drawing by clicking and dragging on an image. You can also select existing markups to edit, publish, resize, or delete.
    • Color: Select the desired color of your markup.
    • Pen / Marker/ Highlight: Draw freehand shapes using either a pen, marker, or highlighter. 
      Note: When this tool is selected, you have the option to adjust the following additional setting in the markup tool bar:
      • Stroke:  Adjust the width of your markup lines. 
    • Shape: Draw a cloud, box, or circle. Any shape can also be linked to an item in Procore. See Link Items to a Drawing (iOS).
      Note: When this tool is selected, you have the option to adjust the following additional settings in the markup tool bar:
      • Stroke:  Adjust the width of your markup lines. 
      • Opacity: Adjust the opacity of your shape.
    • Line / Arrow: Draw a line or an arrow. Any line/arrow can also be linked to an item in Procore. See Link Items to a Drawing (iOS).
      Note: When this tool is selected, you have the option to select the Stroke tool from the tool bar and adjust the width of your lines. 
    • Text: Add a resizeable text box. Drag the text size scroll bar above the text to make the text bigger or smaller. Tap and drag the corners of the text box to make the box bigger. Tap inside the box to pull up your keyboard to start typing. 
    • Measurements: Measure distance, area, or a curved or poly shape by first adding a calibration to your drawing, and then selecting the appropriate measurement tool. See Add Measurements to a Drawing (iOS).
    • Punch: Add a punch list item to a drawing. See "Add Punch List Items to a Drawing (iOS)" in the See Also section below.
    • Photos: Add a photo to a drawing. See Add Photos to a Drawing (iOS).
  4. To publish, select the hand icon, tap the markup, and tap Publish. See Publish Personal Drawing Markups (iOS).
  5. Changes are automatically saved, so you can leave the drawing when you're done.

See Also

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