How can I see the notes, I added to my measurements in the field, in a pointlist / spreadsheet in TBC?
Totally agree with you here it would be very useful to be able to do this,
or have them appear automatically along with points/codes etc and added to the view filter.
I have asked for this before
I believe notes in TBC can currently only be viewed in the project explorer under the associated job.
see comment above. Surely it cannot be that difficult to
add notes to the points spreadsheet as an option?
or be able
to create a label using the note content?
It is something that's on our radar. TBC currently hasn't integrated much with notes coming from TA so it's hard to tell what the scope of this type of development may be. The feedback is always appreciated to know what end users may be looking for though.
We use the notes in TA for all our additionel Texts and for extra parameters for construction codes. Currently extracting them from the dc file and parsing them to the description field in the TGO points table, from there we can report and export as needed. Yes still TGO! I have been looking How to import them into TBC ... without succes so far.
We prefer notes above description fields 1 & 2, no issues with limited length & full control of what the notefield remembers with control-C & Ctrl-V. Love the open structure of the TGO tables!
I'am a little bit shocked that it is not possible. I was afraid that it is just me can't figure it out. That makes no sense that i can not see my notes in TBC.
The possibility to see notes in the projekt explorer is totally user unfriendly. Its a waste of time to find one note in hundreds of measurements. It can't be that difficult for Trimble and get this fixed.
Totally agree Carsten
One of my reason is that I dont want t be making notes in a notepad, I can go paper free and make all my notes electronically. It makes sense to have them displayed- I cant believe this wasn't implemented many years ago!
Currently I have to create a csv/text file of all my points using the " comma delimated with notes" style sheet- very old fashioned /long winded way of doing this
Retrieving data ...