Migrating from Ver 3 to Ver 4 - User Guide
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Migrating from Ver 3 to Ver 4 - User Guide

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Are you a SpaceRunner version 3 user who recently migrated to version 4? Then this page is for you.

First, thank you for migrating to SpaceRunner version 4! We are delighted to have you on board. 

Below you will find a quick guide that includes videos and articles with step-by-step instructions on using SpaceRunner version 4. Use it as a starting point to help you and your team get familiar with our application's latest version. Feel free to follow the topics in the order they are listed or skip back and forth as you see fit.

Let's begin.




1) Log in to SpaceRunner 

After migrating your data to SpaceRunner version 4, you will receive an invitation email with instructions to set up your username and password. Follow the steps in the email, then go to https://spacerunner.xyicon.com and log in.  

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2) Explore Portfolios

All your Projects in SpaceRunner version 3 are now classified as Portfolios. A portfolio is a collection of spaces, boundaries, xyicons, and markups. Watch our Explore Portfolios video to learn how portfolios work.
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3) Spaces

Uploading a space is now easier than ever. Watch our video on the Space Module, where we show you the ins and outs of uploading a space.
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4) Catalog

The SpaceRunner catalog has a new interface in version 4. Our Explore the Catalog Module video explains how to get started using the new and improved Catalog module.




5) Xyicons

Xyicons are used to represent the assets in your space. Watch the video to learn how to add xyicons to your space and the different actions you can perform on them.
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6) Boundaries

Boundaries are now a standalone module in SpaceRunner version 4. This means you can draw and manage boundaries separately from your xyicons. Watch the video and explore the articles to learn more.
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7) Markups

SpaceRunner version 4 comes with a list of markup tools. Apart from the cloud markup, you can now add text boxes, freeform shapes, arrows, lines, and predefined shapes. You can also use markups to estimate distances and areas. Watch our video to learn how to make the most of this feature.
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