A form allows you to carry out checks on a type and in a specific zone. It's up to you to communicate the checks you wish to carry out by using a configuration file that is sent to you in advance.
The forms have a colour code:
- To do (dark blue): form to be completed
- Current (yellow): started but not completed form
- Completed (green): all required fields are completed and compliant
- Non-compliant (red): one or more mandatory check is non-compliant
- Select the sector and the zone where you want to carry out your check
- Change operating mode by clicking on the icon at the bottom of the application and select 'Forms'
To perform a general check
- Tap the flyer at the top right of the icon to put you in the 'Forms' view (you can also drag with two fingers from the bottom to the top of the screen to change the view mode more quickly)
- To add a control, tap on "+" in the top right and select the desired form template
- Perform your control by filling out the form
- To exit the form, completed or not, click "<-" at the top left
To perform a local control on a 2D schematic
- Once in 'Forms' mode, the placement icon at the top right has changed. Drag it to the place you want on the area
- Select the form template and the check to be performed
- Perform your check by filling out the form
To carry out a local control on a 3D schematic (revit/BIM model required)
- Select a level then a zone
- Select the "Forms" modes
- Tap the "3D" button in the bottom right-hand corner
- Drag-and-drop a form on the item to be checked or tap on an item directly on the plan and select the "Forms" tab of the window then "+"
On the model, each element has a unique ID. During its update, if you modify an existing element, the forms placed in the FINALCAD application will still be linked to the element.
However, if you delete or replace the item in the model, the form will no longer be linked as a new ID will be generated. The form will not be lost but will appear in list mode.
Alternatively, you can have an overview of the forms by positioning yourself on the floor blueprint in the "forms" section (tap the name of the sector, here "floor 2").
Best practice: If the check is for the entire area, it is better to carry out a general check. On the other hand, if the check relates to a specific spot in the zone, we need to implement a localized check.