We wanted to share some important information about our assembly descriptions and organization. We have made sure that our descriptions are detailed and do not contain any abbreviations. This way, you can easily understand the content without any confusion.
In these descriptions, we have included all the necessary information about the conduit, such as the footage, type, fittings, as well as the number of wires, gauges of wires, and even the color of wires. This level of detail ensures that you have a complete understanding of each assembly.
To make it even more convenient for you, we have organized all the assemblies in a folder tree structure. This way, you can easily navigate through the folders and find the specific assembly you need. Additionally, we have provided a grid view that includes pictures, descriptions, material cost, and labor hours for each assembly. This allows you to have a comprehensive overview of the assembly before diving into the details.
To make the navigation even more intuitive, we have included images of the assembly folders in the top row of the grid view. This way, you can visually identify the folder you are looking for before clicking on it.
To access these assemblies, all you need to do is click on the folder path, which is clickable. This will directly take you to the desired assembly without any hassle.
We believe that these improvements in our assembly descriptions and organization will greatly enhance your experience and make your workflow more efficient.
TurboCloud Items utilize an assembly editor to maintain their data.
I wanted to bring your attention to the Virtual Library Folder, which can be really handy for managing your estimates. By using virtual copies of the assemblies that you actually use, you can keep your database light and fast.
When you add an original assembly to the Virtual Library, it includes the entire folder structure that the assembly is located in. This way, you can easily access and use the assemblies you need without cluttering up your database.
Give it a try and see how it streamlines your estimating process.
To begin your search, simply enter your desired search term into the search textbox. From there, you have the option to search for a Description, Folder Name, or ID #.
Advanced Group Renaming
Replace "Current Text" and the "New Text".
Just wanted to share a quick tip with you. If you ever need to change the names of assemblies within a folder, there's a simple way to do it. Just right-click on the folder and select Advanced Group Renaming. Then, all you have to do is replace the "Current Text" with the "New Text" you want to use.
Add "New Text" to beginning of current text.
This allows you to add new text to the beginning of the current text.
Add "New Text" to end of current text.
This allows you to add new text to the end of the current text.
Group Assembly Item Manipulation
Replace an item in selected assemblies
Just wanted to share a quick tip with you regarding changing items in assemblies within a folder. All you need to do is right-click on the folder and select "Group Assembly Item Manipulation." For instance, if you're looking to replace Square D QO circuit breakers with Square D Homeline circuit breakers within an assembly folder, this option will come in handy.
Remove an item from selected assemblies.
This allows you to remove an item from the assemblies.
Add an item to selected assemblies.
This allows you to add an item to the assemblies.
This video represents the TurboCloud Assemblies tab. Click the Play button, then click the red outlined items.