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Getting Started with Raken Segments
Getting Started with Raken Segments

How To Enable and Configure Segments for Your Projects

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Written by James Watt
Updated over a week ago

Big jobs require more documentation and depending on the scale of your work, you may find you need multiple reports from your team even on a single day. Raken Segments let you easily divide your reports by project zone, work shift, or even contributor so that your reports are organized just like your project is. Check out the steps below to see how you can get started with segmenting your daily reports.


  1. Login to the Raken Web App.

  2. Click the Projects button at the top of the page.

  3. Open the project for which you'd like to set up Segments and click on the Settings button which is found near the bottom left corner of the page.

  4. Click on the Daily reporting option that appears.

  5. Click on the Segments tab at the top of the page that appears.

  6. Check the box labeled Enable Segments.

  7. Give your Segments names and use the green plus button on the right to add more. You can add as many as you like.

  8. When you've added all your Segments click the orange Save button in the top right. Your segments will now appear on your project for all your Daily Logs, Time Cards, and Materials tabs the following day.


  • Once Segments are enabled, they will be visible to your team starting on the following day's report, so if you know you need Segments on a job, make sure to enable them ahead of time.

  • Segments are for your internal team to produce multiple reports for a project. If you need to collect multiple reports from outside collaborators, check out our articles on our Superdaily Reports.

  • Segments are only available on the Performance Plan. If you'd like to learn more about upgrading please check in with our sales team.

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