This article will show you how to use the core features of the viewer.
Clockwise From Top
Change to view a different Camera/Project.
You can also use the 🡩 and 🡫 keyboard shortcuts to quickly change camera.
Mulitview shows many cameras at once - always showing the most recent photo for each. Once in Mutliview, look at the bottom left corner for additional settings. Use the zoom slider to change how many cameras are visible at once, and the Settings icon to customize which cameras are visible.
Notifications such as recent feature-releases will be shown here, as well as Notifications for when Timelapse Videos are ready for download.
Use the Menu icon to access to areas like Admin & My Account, or to Log-Out.
Click the > icon on the right side of screen to go to the next photo, or the < icon on the left side of the screen to go to the previous photo.
You can also use the 🡨 and 🡪 keyboard shortcuts to go back & forward through photos.
Holding down the Control key & pressing 🡨 or 🡪 will jump exactly one day back/forward. Holding down the Shift key will jump exactly one week. Holding down both Control & Shift will jump exactly four weeks.
Click on the Latest Image icon to jump forward to the most recent photo available
Click on the Date/Time to show the Calendar, where you can quickly jump to a specific date & time in the project.
Map & Info
Switches to Info Mode, showing information about the Camera & Project, and where the Camera is located. You can also see other Cameras on the Map, and clicking on them will change to that camera.
Click on the Timelapse icon to switch to Timelapse Mode. Select which length timelapse you want, or use Custom Timelapse to show a specific period of time.
Changes back to Image Mode - viewing one photo at a time.
Use the Share icon to share a photo via Email or Procore, or to download the Photo to your computer.
Use Image-Compare feature to compare two images. Change which images are shown using the Calendars in the bottom left & right corners. Drag the Slider to compare the images, or click on the toolbar to change the comparison to X-Ray or Fade modes.