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Introduction to Sitemark Field Link
Introduction to Sitemark Field Link

A general introduction into Field Link including setup and basic usage.

Updated over a week ago


Welcome to Field Link! Field Link is the mobile extension of our Fuse platform to be used in the field by technicians. It allows technicians to tackle items on their punch list, take pictures, comment, highlight issues they see in the field, and much more. All data is automatically synced with the Sitemark Fuse platform for a seamless handover.

Field Link example

Setting up Field Link

Field Link is available in three versions:

  • As a web application, that requires no installation.

  • As an iOS application.

  • As an Android application.

To log in you can use your normal Sitemark user credentials.

Opening Field Link on your device allows you to view the data in the field. What you see depends on your permissions, as we'll cover further down.

The application will ask for location permission, this needs to be enabled in order to locate you in the field.

Field Link use cases

Field Link serves several use cases, we have specific support articles to help you achieve those:

Here, we'll highlight some general concepts.

Field Link controls

The Layers button on the top right of the screen allows configuring which layers are visible on the map. All site-level layers from the platform are available here, including design files. Only the operation layers of the latest operation on the site are available.

The Locate self button on the bottom right of the screen zooms in on your location.

The Create item button on the bottom left of the screen allows you to create new punch list items in the field.

The anomalies, elements, annotations, and punch list items can be viewed and edited in the field. You can add attachments (images, videos, etc.) and comments.

Access & Permissions

Anyone who wants to use the Field Link needs at least the following:

  • A Sitemark user account with Field Link permission

  • The unique Field Link for the site they want to access

You can learn more about user permissions here.


If you don't want certain users to get access to the Fuse platform, you can grant them only Field Link permission. Users that only have Field Link permissions:

  • Can only access the Field Link, not the Fuse platform.

  • Can only see punch list items, not the other anomalies or elements.

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