Working with Room Groups

When several rooms share the same product, add-ons, or other common properties, it can be helpful to assign them to a group. If changes need to be made to those rooms, they can all be selected from the side bar Room tab under the "Groups" section with a single click. Additionally, rooms belonging to the same group can move together on the floor plan, be deleted together, and the software can allocate their cuts from the same section of a roll.

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How To:

Add Rooms to a Group
1. Select one or more rooms.

2. Tap the Group select button in the right sidebar.

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3. Select a group.

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Editing Groups

1. From the group selection option tap the edit edit.png button.

2. In the window that pops up you can edit groups name, groups order, add a group, or delete a group.

3. Select Save when finished.

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Remove Rooms from a Group
1. Select one or more rooms.
2. Select the Group select button in the right sidebar.
3. Select the "No Group" option.
Select All Rooms in a Group

When no rooms are currently selected the Groups section of the room tab will display how many rooms are in a particular group.

1. Selecting a group will select all rooms assigned to that group.

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Groups in Printed Reports:

When printing the Proposal or Installation documents there is the option to "Print groups on separate pages". This means that in the Proposal, if the option is selected to include the Room Plan, that there will be a single room plan for each group. In the Installation document the room plan, seam plan, and cut plan will be done separately for each group.

Installation Documents Proposal Documents
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 Note: Rooms/Seam/Cut Plan must be selected for "Print groups on separate pages" to appear.
 Note: Room Plan must be selected for the option to "Print groups on separate pages" to appear.
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