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Software Description:

PlanGrid is a cloud-based construction document collaboration platform that allows plans and markups to be instantaneously shared with everyone on a construction project, no matter where they are.
It lets contractors and architects collaborate from their desktop or mobile devices across all their project plans, specs, photos, RFIs and punchlists.
It also has the capability of having old versions of the same drawing and will alert you when viewing an outdated drawing. This construction app offers a secure connection to upload, view and manager your online drawings.

Software Description:

In Google Drive online storage users can keep photos, stories, designs, drawings, recordings, and videos.
All files in Drive can be reached from any smartphone, tablet, or computer, with possibility to invite others to view, download, and collaborate on a set of files.
The service works with Drive, Gmail and Google Photos, so it is possible to store files, save email attachments and back-up photos directly to Drive.

Features:

  • Supplier Management
  • Task Scheduling/Tracking

Features:

Summary:

  • Easy to access complete full set of drawings in the field.

  • Track changes to drawing immediately.

  • Insert photos of progress being made into the drawing.

  • Make annotation directly into the drawing and share then with the rest of the team.

  • Share a full size drawing, a packet or a selected screenshot area.

  • Prepare a share RFI instantly directly from field.

Summary:

  • Metadata: There is a Description field available for both files and folders that users can use to add relevant metadata. Content within the Description field is also indexed by Google Drive and is searchable.

  • Save to Google Drive: Google offers an extension for Google Chrome, 'Save to Google Drive', that allows users to save web content to Google Drive through a browser action or through the context menu.

  • Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations can be created in Google's format, or uploaded files can be converted to this format from types such as .doc or .ppt.

  • File Viewing: The Google Drive viewer on the web allows viewing a number of different file formats.

  • Third-party Apps: These apps are available from the Chrome Web Store and are compatible with all supported browsers. To use an app, users are required to sign in into Chrome Web Store and add the app to their extensive database.

  • Sharing: Files or folders can be shared privately with specific users, using their @gmail.com addresses. Sharing files with users who do not have a Google account requires making them accessible to 'anybody with the link'.

Pricing:

  • Credit card required: N/A
  • Hammer: Free- Up to 50 sheetsof storage
    Nailgun: $19.99/month per user and up to 550 sheets of storage
    Dozer: $49.99/month per user and up to 5000 sheets of storage
    Crane: $99.99/month per user and unlimited storage.

Pricing:

  • Credit card required: N/A
  • 15GB - Free, 100 GB - $1.99 per month, 1 TB - $9.99 per month, 10 TB - $99.99 per month, 20 TB - $199.99 per month, 30 TB - $299.99 per month.

FAQs:

    Who are the main user groups of this service?
  • Main users of this platform are construction firms.

  • What is this service generally used for?
  • Pangrid is used as a construction software made for the field.

  • What platforms does this service support? (e.g. native mobile apps)
  • There are native mobile apps for iPad-iPhone and Android.

  • Does this service integrate with any other apps?
  • PlanGrid offers file uploading integration with Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, Citrix ShareFile, Copy and Egnyte.

  • Does this service offer an API?
  • It offers an API.

  • Does this service offer multi-user capability? (e.g. teams)
  • It doesn't offer multi-user option.

  • Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
  • There is: help center, video guide, live chat, and email support.

FAQs:

    What is this service generally used for?
  • This service is used for storage, synchronization, sharing and editing files, as well as for work collaboration.

  • What platforms does this service support? (e.g. native mobile apps)
  • Google Drive client software is available for the following devices: PCs running Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 with NTFS partitions, or Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or higher; Android smartphones and tablets with Android 2.1 (Eclair) or higher; iPhones and iPads with iOS 5.0 or higherGoogle. It can also be accessed through Linux via open source projects such as Grive.

  • What are some applications this service is commonly used in tandem with?
  • This service is commonly used in tandem with other Google products, like Gmail, Google Photos, Google Calendar, Docs etc.

  • Does this service integrate with any other apps?
  • It integrates with large number of other apps.

  • Does this service offer an API?
  • The Drive platform offers a group of APIs along with client libraries, language-specific examples, and documentation to help develop apps that integrate with Drive.

  • Does this service offer multi-user capability? (e.g. teams)
  • It offers Teamwork accounts.

  • Who are the main user groups of this service?
  • Users of Google Drive are all computer and internet users who want to easily store, access, edit, and share files across many devices.

  • Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
  • It offers tutorials, guides, a help desk and a help forum.

Publisher:

Founded:
2011
Based in:
San Francisco
Employees:
51-200
Likes:
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Founded:
1998
Based in:
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Employees:
10001+
Likes:
19.9k
Followers:
1.79m

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