Well, it’s extremely paramount for Navisworks users that they understand the status of the clashes those are detected by them during the clash detection process. Navisworks is such important software that it provides tools for every activity that is carried out by users in it. Similarly, it has effective mechanism when it comes to detecting clashes and then resolving them. All the clashes are reflected in Navisworks ‘Results tab’ which is categorized by the users as per their status in terms of solutions provided to them.
How are clashes categorized within Results tab?
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When identified clashes are reflected in the Results tab, they are reflected as per their status. Within results tab clashes are reflected with the support of a table that has multiple columns in it. The columns within the table are titled as ‘Name’ ‘Status’ ‘Found’ ‘Approve’ etc. These columns provide details about the clashes. Now within the ‘Status column’ the status of the clashes is exhibited by according to the way they are handled so far by the users.
This is described below.
- Sometimes a clash is leveled as ‘New’: Within the status tab if a tab is leveled as ‘New’ it means it has been discovered by the users recently in a clash test.
- A clash leveled as ‘Active’: When within the status tab a clash is leveled as active it means that it has been discovered in the previous clash test but is still active that means no solution has been provided to it so far.
- A clash leveled as Reviewed: When a clash that has been found by the users in the previous test, has been reviewed by them then it is shown as Reviewed.
- A clash shown as Approved: When a clash that is found in the previous clash test has been approved by Navisworks users then it is shown as Approved.
- A clash shown as Resolved: When a clash identified by the users in the previous test has been resolved by the users then it is leveled as Resolved within the status column.
So if the status column is properly viewed by Navisworks users they can clearly understand the status of the clashes.