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  • Setting the initial planning
    If a planning hasn't been created yet, you'll enter an empty planning screen (fig. 1). Click on the 'Create planning' button to create one. After clicking the 'Create planning' button, a dialog (fig. 2) opens with default activities (manage in Settings > Master d...
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  • Planning overview
    A planning can be created for each scenario. Once the planning has been created, it counts as a planning for the entire scenario (including all objects). However, the level of detail of your planning is for you to decide. The cash flow planning can be linked to the planning dates as well as the ...
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  • Scenario overview (dashboard)
    Scenarios are on the third and lowest level of the application structure. When entering a scenario, the first thing you'll see is a dashboard (fig .1). The most important data of your scenario is visualised on this dashboard and will be updated automatically throughout your process. The fo...
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  • Project overview
    A single project is on the second level of the application structure. It has other side menu options than the portfolio page because it's on a different level. A project consists of one or multiple scenarios. The list of scenarios acts as the home page of the project.  Figure 1: A sin...
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  • Portfolio overview
    When opening the application you'll enter the portfolio page. This is where all projects are stored. On this page you can create new projects, view projects as tiles or a list or navigate to a master scenario by clicking on a project. Your portfolio can have multiple projects and a proje...
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  • Adding & organising objects
    Adding objects An empty construction programme is shown when no objects have been added yet (fig. 1).  You can add objects by clicking the 'add object' button. A panel on the right side of the screen will open. First select an object type from the list. These types reflect the asse...
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  • Compare scenarios
    When there are at least two scenarios within a project it's possible to compare scenarios with each other. Key figures are being held next to each other. With this feature you'll be able to get a clear overview of the most important data, compare and analyse to which scenario is best t...
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  • Construction programme overview
    Your project's construction programme reflects all objects that will be developed. You can use presets to quickly create an initial programme and continue to organize objects to create a project structure that suits your project best. Each scenario has its own construction programme. ...
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  • Creating a new project
    Create a new project by clicking on the 'New project' button on the top right corner of the Portfolio page. A dialog to create a new project opens. Enter a project name and pin it to a location by clicking on the map, or manually fill in an address. Both can be adjusted/specified late...
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