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Create Co-ordination Issues from a Model (Android)

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To quickly create co-ordination issues from a model on the Procore Android app.

Things to Consider 

  • Required User Permissions:
    • 'Read Only' or 'Admin' permissions to the Models tool.
    • 'Standard' or 'Admin' permissions to the Co-ordination Issues Tool.
  • Additional Information:
    • The Co-ordination Issues Tool is not yet available on Procore's Android app. After you create an issue, you will be prompted to open the issue in the browser on your mobile device in order to view or edit information.


  • At least one model must have been published to the Procore project. See Publish a Model to Procore.
  • The Co-ordination Issues Tool must be active on the project.


  1. Navigate to the Models tool on the Procore app using an Android mobile device.
  2. Tap the model you want to open.
    Note: If you have not downloaded the model to your device yet, tap Download.
  3. Locate the area of the model that you want to create a co-ordination issue for.
  4. Tap the Create icon-models-create-mobile.png icon.
  5. Tap Co-ordination Issue
    Note: The following data is automatically added to the co-ordination issue:
    • 'Field Issue' for the Title field.
    • The location of the portion of the model for the Location field.
    • Your name in the Assignee field.
    • A snapshot of the portion of the model.
    • A snapshot showing your location in the 2D navigation indicator.
    Optional: Fill in the following information as necessary:
    • Description: Enter a description for the issue.
    • Camera/Library
      • Tap Camera to take a photo to attach.
      • Tap Library to attach a photo from your device.
    • Location: If you need to change the location, select a different location from the menu.
    • Assignee: If you need to change the assignee, select a different user from the menu.
    • Due Date: Select a due date from the menu.
  6. Click Create.
    Note: The co-ordination issue is automatically created.

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