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Checklist summary report in XLSX

 

BIM 360 users generate checklist summary reports for various reasons. Often, there’s a need to use the checklist data for further analysis.

With our new feature of exporting the checklist summary report in XLSX format, users receive a file that can be easily analyzed directly in Microsoft Excel or serve as an input file for other data analytical tools.

To create a checklist summary report, users can navigate to the Insight module in BIM 360, click on the Reports tab, then on “Create Report” and find the checklist summary report option under Field Management. The XLSX format can be selected from the “Export as” dropdown field.

This report summarizes the progress of the checklists as well as the status of the issues associated with them. The report template can be configured using available filters such as type, status, location, etc.

 

Once the report is configured, it can be saved and scheduled to run on a regular cadence.
Users can also assign standard recipients for the report.

 

 

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Manu Venugopal

Manu Venugopal is an Architecture, Engineering, and Construction technology expert and thought leader focusing on Building Information Modeling, data and analytics. As a Senior Product Manager at Autodesk, Manu helps the BIM 360 team build innovative products using cloud and mobile technologies and improve the Construction industry processes. Manu is currently working on introducing machine learning and predictive analytics to construction industry providing insights to customers to help them deliver projects successfully. He is passionate about interoperability and helps partners and developers build apps and integrations with BIM 360 on the Forge platform. Manu has a Doctoral degree from Georgia Tech, under the guidance of Prof. Chuck Eastman. Manuโ€™s doctoral research introduced semantic web technologies to solve AEC industry challenges. He also has a Masters in Computational Science and Engineering. He is a co-author of the National BIM Standard and more than 30 publications.

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