The OpenAsset Procore connector allows you to upload images directly from Procore into your OpenAsset system. From within a Project in OpenAsset, simply select the 'Procore' icon to open the connector. You can then log in to Procore and select the project to import images from. Once you've chosen your images, hit the upload button and you'll be taken to the OpenAsset uploader where you can tag and upload your images in the usual way.

Watch this video for an overview of the connector upload workflow.

Using the OpenAsset Procore Connector

Launch the OpenAsset Procore Connector

Within OpenAsset, navigate to the Project that you wish to upload images to. Learn how to create a new Project here. Select the 'Procore' icon from the top-right of your screen.

You will be prompted to use your Procore credentials to log into the connector.

Enter your details and select 'Log In'.

Select images for uploading to OpenAsset

Select the Procore Project from the dropdown menu. You can search for the project name using the search menu.

The photos stored against this Procore project will be displayed on screen. Images can be filtered by a range of data options by using the Filter menu on the left-hand side. You can also reorder the images using the sort menu to the right.

If you’ve applied filters to your search, you’ll see these filter tags above your images. You can deselect any filters by hitting the ‘x’ icon next to the tag.

Select images by clicking the image thumbnails.

When you are happy with your selection, click the 'Upload images' button at the bottom-right of the screen.

Upload images to OpenAsset

You will then be taken to the OpenAsset uploader where you can tag and upload your images in the usual way.

Your files will be checked for duplicates and you can make selections of images to which you can apply keywords. Select 'Complete Upload' when you have finished. For a complete overview of using the OpenAsset uploader, read this article.

Your images will then be accessible within your OpenAsset project.

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