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Specification Notes have landed

You can now annotate your spec to your hearts content.

With so many stakeholders involved on projects, it can be tricky to track feedback and capture everyone’s input. Specification Notes enable you and your team to record project decisions directly on your specification as it’s developed, so you’ll no longer have to wonder why a clause has been parked or a particular product specified.

You can now collaborate on the spec better than ever by inviting the entire project team to view and contribute on Specification Notes, helping to cut down questions on projects and enable your team to work more efficiently and deliver faster than ever.

Post and reply to notes real time, meaning you’ll never miss a detail and ensure the whole team stays informed with any changes made.

Check out this handy video on the right to see Specification Notes in action or find out more about Specification Notes here