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Mastering the Art of Document Control 2.0: Faster, Better Management and Organization in PlanGrid [Webinar]

Mastering the Art of Document Control 2.0: Faster, Better Management and Organization in PlanGrid [Webinar]

Document control on a construction project is a critical aspect to its success. If you don’t have solid organization over the massive amounts of documents starting at day one, you could face costly miscommunications that put your whole project at risk. We all know that document control can be a nightmare with a paper system, but with the right software, the process can be streamlined and more efficient.

Luckily, PlanGrid gives document controllers superpowers: the ability to update the record set in real-time, the assurance that everyone is building off the current set, and the option to tag and organize sheets. With a new set of features, it’s now easier to upload sheets and documents, organize them, and ensure that you are always viewing the most recent version.

Join us for our upcoming webinar, Mastering the Art of Document Control 2.0: Faster, Better Management and Organization, on Tuesday, October 24 at 10am PT (1pm ET) as we discuss our new sheet publishing flow that saves you time by batch-editing your sheets, finding and replacing characters, and defining the area to extract sheet numbers from all sheets or a subset of sheets. During this time, we’ll also demo our latest update to document versioning which allows you to upload a new version of a specification document, RFI, submittal, or other documents, and have all links to that document automatically link to the newest version. Additionally, we’ll show you how to create document subfolders, or folders within folders, for organizing your document library.

Update: This webinar has ended. Don’t worry, we saved you a seat. Check out the recording here.

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Erica Gasbarro

Erica Gasbarro is a Consulting Services Manager on the ProServices Team at PlanGrid. As a former Document Controller and Project Engineer at a mid-size CM in South Florida, she now trains AEC companies worldwide and creates custom workflows for teams to help them work smarter, faster, and more efficiently in both the office and the field.

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