With Sablono you can automatically visualize the state of your project in 2D drawings which you uploaded before to the platform. At the moment, we offer four different ways to configure the reporting of your drawings:

Show Planned vs. Actual

  • Elements on schedule are green
  • Elements behind schedule are red
  • Elements with open quality issues are circled in orange, those with open obstructions are circled in red.


Show Teams

Colours elements according to the team which is currently working on completing them. The specific rules for highlighting a particular team are:

  • If there are multiple activities in progress - the activity "in progress" with the lowest number as per its order in the process
  • If nothing is in progress - the activity "rejected" with the lowest number as per its order in the process
  • If nothing in progress and nothing rejected - the activity "available" with the lowest number as per its order in the process
  • Elements with open quality issues are circled in orange, those with open obstructions are circled in red.

Browse Status

Highlights elements that have reached specific milestones within your template. Six different statuses will be displayed:

  • Activity not applicable - White
  • Activity not started - Gray
  • Activity available - Blue hatched
  • Activity started - Blue
  • Activity waiting for confirmation - Green hatched
  • Activity Completed – Green
  • Elements with open quality issues are circled in orange, those with open obstructions are circled in red.

Show Status

Colours elements in the visualization according to the Activity colour:

  • Elements that need confirmation are shown with the hatched activity colour.
  • Elements with open quality issues are circled in orange, those with open obstructions are circled in red

Simply upload a 2D drawing (e.g. floor plan, facades drawing, ...) in SVG format onto the platform. Contact our customer support team if you would like to know more!

Have access to automatically updated visual reports of your project at all times by creating a 2D Visualization!

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