Colors of issues based on their status
The title of issues in BIMcollab Nexus, BCF Managers, and BIMcollab Zoom will be in different color based on their progress status.
The issues can have the following status and corresponding color:
- Black = Active
- Red = Active, deadline passed
- Blue = Resolved
- Grey = Closed
In the Premium an Ultimate plans, you also have access to a workflow which allows you to indicate a user who needs to approve the issue. This results in two additional Issue statuses:
- Purple = Resolved, To approve
- Blue = Resolved, Approved
Why are viewpoint colors not the same when I zoom to issues in Navisworks?
If the colors in the viewpoint are not the same as in the snapshot of the issue, most likely the Zoom-to option 'Quick' is active. The colors saved in a viewpoint will only be shown when zooming to issues when the option 'Full' option is selected. ...
Why are the colors not the same as in other BIM applications?
When generating issues from Navisworks, any override color information is stored in the issue in BIMcollab Nexus by default. However, most BIM applications such as Archicad, Revit and Tekla do not support the use of these override colors. This means ...
Classifying and structuring issues
To be able to organize and structure the issues, it is necessary to define as many properties as possible. The more detail an issue contains, the better to situate it and work with it. Start by defining the issue's Type, Area, Milestone, Labels, ...
Manage issues with filters
When working on large projects, using filters can be very helpful in dealing with a very large numbers of issues effectively. By combining several properties in the filter, you will have the possibility to follow the progress of the various team ...
Edit multiple issues in BIMcollab Nexus
In BIMcollab Nexus, you have the possibility to edit multiple issues at the same time. To do this, you must go to the Issues page in your project, and choose the list or tile view to display the issues. When you are using the List view you can use ...