Introduction to BuildPass Registers

Step 1: Accessing the Registers Functionality

To begin, log in to your BuildPass account and navigate to the main dashboard. Look for the module called "Registers" and click on it to access the registers functionality.


Step 2: Creating a New Register

Once you're in the registers section, locate the option to create a new register. Click on it, and a form will appear where you can input the necessary details for your register.


Step 3: Naming Your Register

Start by giving your register a descriptive name that reflects the purpose or type of items you want to track. For example, if you're creating an asset register, you can name it "Asset Register." Be specific to make it easier to identify and manage later.


Step 4: Choosing Register Type

Select the appropriate register type from the available options provided by BuildPass. These options may include plant registers, asset registers, asbestos registers, risk registers, and more. Choose the type that best matches your needs.


Step 5: Customising Your Register

At this stage, you can begin customising your register to align with your specific requirements. BuildPass offers an open-ended system that allows you to tailor the register according to your preferences.


Step 6: Defining Register Fields

One of the key aspects of customising a register is defining the fields you want to include. Determine the specific information you need to track for each item in the register and add corresponding fields. For example, in an asset register, you might include fields like asset name, description, purchase date, and warranty information.


Step 7: Configuring Field Properties

For each field you add, you can configure its properties. Decide the field type (e.g., text, date, number) and whether it should be mandatory or optional. This step helps ensure that the necessary information is captured accurately.


Step 8: Adding Additional Fields

Feel free to add as many fields as required to capture all relevant data in your register. Use the "Add Field" option to include additional fields and repeat the configuration process for each one.


Step 9: Save and Review

Once you have finished customising your register and defining all the necessary fields, save your changes. Take a moment to review the register's structure and confirm that it meets your expectations.


Step 10: Testing and Further Customisation

To ensure your register functions as intended, test it by adding some sample entries. Explore the register's functionality and check if it aligns with your needs. If you encounter any issues or require further customisation, you can reach out to the BuildPass team for assistance.


Congratulations! You have successfully created and customised a register in BuildPass. Now you can efficiently track and manage your items based on your specific requirements. Remember, if you ever need help or examples regarding registers, don't hesitate to contact the BuildPass team for support.

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