search shadow

Convert Standard Issue to Stamp Issue

Comments

7 comments

  • Avatar
    Kaden Kartchner

    Another thought is that it would make issue management/reports through floor plans easier to sift through as well! See attached for example--to quickly know that those non-stamped issues are additional "Fire Protection" issues since we could convert them to a stamp later would be awesome!

    2
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Corey Clasen

    Hey Kaden! Thank you for the suggestion. I am going to make note of this so we can look at changing how this functions. Until then, there is a setting in Stamp management that will force issues to be created by selecting a stamp. Not much can be done with issues that are already created, but will stop future issues from being created without a stamp applied.

    The check box on the far right side is where you can Disable creation of regular issues. Accessing this is permission based, but if you have the permissions you can check this box to make sure all issues are using stamps.

    I hope this helps, and thanks again for the suggestion!

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Kaden Kartchner

    It does, thanks Corey! I've debated using that option. I just didn't want anyone to be "forced" into a certain route to create an issue and in turn not create the issue. The more eyes on the project the better I'd say!

    However!-- You just gave me the thought that a very basic "Not sure what stamp to apply" type stamp could be created to mitigate that. 

    Thanks for the idea and thank you for looking into the option to convert issues to stamps post creation!

    1
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Machiel Basson

    Hi Kaden,
    We have the ability to create non-stamp issues disabled on every one of our projects and as long as the stamps you have set out are simple enough it hasn't created any hindrance to the team creating issues. Our stamps are simple discipline stamps, Fire, Mechanical, Structural ect. We also apply a default appearance profile that colours the models the same as the stamp (makes it easy to reference what the colours mean too). For example both the fire model and fire stamps are red. This also makes it easier on us to raise issues to the correct party, just match the colours and you have it right 90% of the time.

    Now with that being said... Issues created by Navisworks, BCF or other tools are not stamp issues and I 100% agree that being able to change them to be stamped issues would be a big feature improvement. Great suggestion and hope it gets implemented at some point.

     

    2
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Kaden Kartchner

    That is fantastic feedback. Thank you, Machiel!

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Jackson Murphy

    This is a big item for our workflows as well.

    For the time being, we've been creating "Notes" and "My Notes" stamps for general use when marking up the model to allow us to force the use of stamps. The "Notes" stamp remains public (ideally for marking up drawings/model for general visibility of requirements without assigning responsibility) while the "My Notes" stamp becomes private for personal use in redlining drawings and marking up the model.

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Paul McKay

    I have not be using Revizto that long but have already found that this would be extremely helpful when importing Navisworks clashes and there is a need to update a particular test set to a different STAMP or if a stamp wasn't originally assign on the first import. 

    To extend on top this feature request it would be good to have the option in the "Manage Stamps" area or in the Stamp assigning on the clash test sync importing dialog for the option to dynamically link and update the parameters in all tests using a particular stamp. If in the stamp manager an additional tag is added / removed or other parameters are changed its automatically reflected in all clash issue details with that stamp.

    It would also be good within each existing Issue to have a checkbox if you want to override the dynamic update and keep it static as it operates today. As in most circumstances you would want to keep it dynamic, rather than the other way around.

    1
    Comment actions Permalink

Please sign in to leave a comment.