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RELATED ITEMS in #Procore.

I have a feeling that related items is very underutilized. I don't recall hearing much about the feature in training and I never get asked about it. Using Related Items is a super easy way to keep things organized. One example is an Incident or Accident. When this happens you certainly want to keep track of everything you do in response. Did you send a Correspondence? Were the proper inspections done? Did you have a Safety Stand Down Meeting? These are just examples of the Related Items that you can add to the Incident/Accident and if you were ever asked the answer would be a click away!

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