Create and Edit Procedures with Vuforia Editor
  
Create and Edit Procedures with Vuforia Editor
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Vuforia Editor is only supported in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
Vuforia Editor allows you to quickly enhance procedures with 3D models, Captures, text, images, and videos. The procedures can be published and then viewed on supported mobile and eyewear devices. Or, you can export your procedure to a Microsoft Word document.
Edit a Procedure
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Depending on which solutions your company has purchased, your interface may look different than the images shown below. For example, if Vuforia Instruct is available to you, you will see a place to add a 3D model to your procedure and a 3D asset library. For more information about solutions available for Vuforia Editor, see Vuforia Editor
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Multiple people can edit and view a procedure at the same time in Vuforia Editor.
1. Open Vuforia Editor, and sign in with your user name and password.
2. From the Procedures page, click CREATE, and select New procedure.
3. On the NEW PROCEDURE window enter a name for your procedure and click CREATE.
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If you’re including a Capture file in your procedure, you can upload it here. You can either drag and drop a Capture folder or .zip file into the Upload your Capture box, or browse to the Capture folder. Once you upload the file, procedure name field is automatically populated with the name of the Capture file.
4. Add text, videos, images, and 3D models (Vuforia Instruct only) to your steps as appropriate.
For more information about working with different assets, see the following topics:
Captures
Images
Videos
3D Models
5. You can also require Vuforia Vantage users to supply feedback for individual steps and a serial ID for object they are working with in the session.
6. Once you’ve completed editing your procedure, click SHARE in the step editor pane. Click PUBLISH.
7. Once it’s been published successfully, you can view or share your procedure with others. For more information on viewing procedures, see View or Share a Procedure.
For information about managing access to your procedure, see Manage Edit Permissions on a Procedure.
Best Practices and Tips for Editing a Procedure
Keep it as simple as possible—put the most useful information up front.
If you’re going to use text:
Use lists where possible.
Use commands where possible and keep them short.
Avoid words that create ambiguity. For example: mostly, slightly, seems, somewhat, etc.
Know your audience—know what and what not to include.
Be specific.
Make sure the assets that you include are of good quality.
Ask yourself, “Can including a quality photo replace a block of text?”
If they can compare their outcome to a photo, it can help them gain confidence.
If you’re creating a well-known procedure that’s been in use for a long time, make it clear to users that you’re not recreating the wheel; it’s the same process, just easier to digest now!