Photo Feed lets you tell the project story through pictures; after all, a picture says a thousand words!
Novologic’s Photo feed is an invaluable tool for project documentation that captures the progress of the onsite project.
Explain delays, damages, variation events using Novologic’s Photo Feed module, allowing corrective measures with no delay.
Validating out-of-sequence work, acceleration work is now less stressful, thanks to the photo feed.
All project photos can be accessed from the Photo Feed module. Add photos, upload their new versions, attach pictures to the forms, perform various tasks from one gateway.
You can create a visual timeline as all pictures are time-stamped, and geo-locations stamped. Onsite pictures can be uploaded directly from the construction site.
A picture says a thousand words, it is said. Contemporaneous pictures of a project’s progress are essential to understand a project’s story.
- Novologic’s Photo Feed module is an invaluable tool for the documentation, and management of construction projects.
- The Photo Feed feature apprises stakeholders of planned progress, actual progress, and everything in between. On the other hand, the Photo Feed module provides visual evidence of the variations experienced in the construction project, if any.
- Variation events including delays and damages on the project can be adequately explained with the help of the Photo Feed module. Once the effect of a variation is known, the project members can collaborate, and take corrective action.
- With the help of the Photo Feed module, any change in project plan owing to variations, such as out of sequence work, acceleration work, etc. can also be validated easily.
- The Photo Feed module contains all pictures in the project workspace in Novologic. Any pictures added directly to the module, or indirectly as attachments on forms such as Tasks, Submittals, RFIs, etc. automatically appear in the Photo Feed module.
- Multiple followup actions can be performed within the Photo Feed module, such as uploading new pictures, uploading new versions, attaching existing pictures to forms such as Tasks, Submittals, RFIs, etc., and tagging pictures by customized keywords. Additionally, project members can access forms from the Photo Feed module itself.