To get the most out of your RaveBuild experience, we recommend you take advantage of the permission settings that are found throughout the system. Permission settings are the best way for RAVE users to ensure that all stakeholders in their projects can access the files and information that they need, and nothing that they don’t.
In a recent update, our team has added some simple but effective permission settings to use when creating new file folders. While adding or editing a new file folder, branch users can now set view and/or access permissions, determining who can view and access the folder.
Once a file folder is added with permissions, it can be saved as a template to be used when creating future folders. This saved folder template can then be loaded to any project. Allowing you to remain consistent and accurate every time you set-up or edit your projects.
These saved templates are listed under the “Templates” page. Ready for you to view, amongst all your other saved templates from throughout RAVE.
These folder templates can be set as default templates, which when set, will be auto-loaded whenever a new build is added. This, once again, saves you time and effort when logging your builds within RAVE.
For a complete view of all the technical updates and tweaks that have been made to RAVE recently, check out the Technical Updates section of our blog.
As always, if you need any support with RaveBuild, we encourage you to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (NZ) 07-210-2228 or (AUS)1800-179-163