Project Management

Daily Log/Site Diary

This section section of the User Guide contains the following topics:

Create a Project Daily Log/Site Diary General Correspondence

Meeting Minutes Project Admin Purchase Order Request for Information (RFI)

Scheduling Smart Emails | Instruction Videos

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Daily Log/Site Diary

Daily Log/Site Diary – Add a Daily log entry

Daily Log/Site Diary – Edit a Daily Log entry

Daily Log/Site Diary – Remove a Daily Log entry

Daily Log / Site Diary – Search the Daily Log

You can search for Daily Log entries by description, type and between selected date ranges. To use the Daily Log search tool, follow the steps below.

Daily Log/Site Diary – Import Daily Log entries from another day

Daily Log/Site Diary – Export a Daily Log report

To export a Daily Log .pdf report, follow the steps below.

Daily Log/Site Diary – Weather report in Daily Log

The weather in your project’s Daily Log is taken from the closest weather station to your project’s address.

We store a snapshot of your site’s weather data at 6:00 AM, 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM daily, including temperature, precipitation and wind.

We show and save your project’s weather from the date your project is created. Your project’s Daily Log will display the weather forecast for the next 7 days.

Note: If your project address is entered manually when it was created (instead of selecting an address from Google’s pre-defined list), your project’s weather may not be displayed.

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