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Email Incidents


To email incidents from the Incidents tool to those who need to be aware of the details of the incident.


The email functionality on the Incidents tool allows you to send the details of an incident to team members' email inboxes. This might be helpful if team members would like a copy of the incidents outside of Procore or if you'd like to begin a private discussion about the incident with a single person or group of people. 

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • To email any incident, 'Admin' level permissions on the project's Incidents tool.
    • To email an incident you created, 'Standard' level permissions or higher on the Incidents tool.



  1. Navigate to the project's Incidents tool.
  2. Locate the incident that you want to forward and click View.
  3. Click the Emails tab.
  4. Click New Email.
  5. Start typing in the "To" field, and click the names of the individuals to whom you want to send an email.
  6. Include who you would like to CC.
    • You will automatically be CC'd on the email.
    • If you would like the email to only be accessible to people involved in the email and Incident 'Admin' users, mark the checkbox next to Private.
    • If you want to allow all 'Admin' and 'Standard' level users to view the email correspondence in the Email tab of the incident, remove the checkmark from the Private box.
    • The subject of the email is automatically populated with "FW: Incident: [incident #]: [incident title]". You may edit this if you want.
  7. Attach any relevant files from your computer or from your files in Procore.
  8. Include a message in your email.
  9. Click Send.
    Note: The email will be sent to all users in the "To" and "CC" fields, and the email will be registered in the Emails tab of the incident.

See Also


If you would like to learn more about Procore’s incident management software and how it can help your business, please visit our construction incidents software product page here.


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