How to edit assets, issues or notes


Edit assets, issues, or notes

Select an asset, an issue, or a note on the map or from the list.  The one you selected is highlighted on the map and the editing panel is opened.

  • Change the name, description, or person in charge (more info in Repairs & comments)
  • Change the position of the marker or edit its area. See more in How to edit markers.
  • Add, view, or delete attachments via Files.
  • View progress or add a service request to assets or issues. See more in Service requests.
  • Add/view additional comments. See more about adding comments in Add Comments.
  • View who modified/updated the information recently. See more in History.

adding assets to GISGRO

Download Images

You may download the attached images by clicking the download icon adjacent to the image.

 

Export / Archive / Delete

More info about asset, note, and issue actions in Delete / Archive / Export

 

 

 

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