Mark your favorite issues for a presentation

Mark your favorite issues for a presentation

If the filter function in BIMcollab Cloud is not sufficient to show a specific selection of issues, you can mark issues as a ‘favorite’ and later quickly retrieve your list of marked issues.

Every user has three personal favorites lists per project; Red, Green and Yellow. Any issue can be added to one or more of these lists.
You can work with these lists from any BIMcollab application:

BIMcollab Cloud

To add an issues to a favorites list, click on the issue’s hamburger menu  and click on the favorites list you wish to add them to.



To add multiple issues to a favorites list at the same time, select the issues on the Issues page and click on the favorites list you wish to add them to.



To view a favorites list simply click on the favorites list you wish to view.



BIMcollab ZOOM 

To add an issue to a favorites list, right mouse click on an issue in the Issues panel and select the favorites list you wish to add it to.


To view a favorites list, click on the filter button  to select the favorites list you wish to view.

BCF Manager

To add an issue to a favorites list, right click on an issue in the Issues list and select the favorites list you wish to add it to.



To view a favorites list, click on the filter button   to select the favorites list you wish to view.

BCF Manager Archicad

To add an issue to a favorites list, select the issue in the issues list and select the favorites list you wish to add it to from the toolbar.



To view a favorites list, click on the arrows next to the filter button to select the favorites list you wish to view.


Favorites and the filtering tool cannot be used simultaneously.

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