Using the Cloudpermit workspace header

The Cloudpermit workspace header contains the basic application-specific information visible at a glance. Users can manage the basic information by enabling it to show them or hiding a part.

The workspace header is easy to use. The navigation is always included in the top bar showing the necessary property details while working on an application. The workspace header structure is similar to all Cloudpermit solutions (Building, Planning, and Code Enforcement). 

Workspace Header

The application's workspace header includes the Cloudpermit solution name (Building, Planning, or Code Enforcement), the property's address, and the province or state in which the application is created. 

Show Map

You can quickly view the property on the map by clicking Show Map.

The property pin appears on the map. Zoom in and out or select different map layers from tools on the right and left sides of the map. Click Hide Map to return the workspace header.

Hide Full Data

The primary property details are shown in the workspace header by default. You can hide part of them by clicking Hide Full Data. 

Show Full Data

Only part of the property's primary data is visible. To restore the hidden data, click Show Full Data. 

Authorities may manually edit the property's address, roll number, and legal description. 

A red label appears in the header to state if the roll number or permit number has been manually edited. If you edit the property address, the red label will not appear.

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