In Planswift you are given the ability to 'undock' a window and move it to a separate location on your screen, or even to a separate monitor. This is applicable for your pages, your tabs (Estimating, Reports, Etc.), and your sidebars (Pages/Bookmarks, Takeoff Summary, etc.). This will allow you to see the elements of ONE job in a format that may be more convenient to your work.
To do so:
To undock a page you will first need to have the page as a new tab. This is done by using the right click function either on the white space of any given page, or on the listing to the left under Pages and Bookmarks to select "New Tab"
Once you have the new tabs you will see you are able to independently select which drawing you are viewing by switching between tabs and selecting from the left hand side. How many tabs you are able to have open will depend on the amount of information on the job and the quality and details of the page. The higher detail a page the more resources it will take up and the tab may show as blank if all resources are being used.
To then undock this tab you can simply right click on the tab and choose "Undock". This will then allow you to move the window anywhere. When the window is selected you can select a new page to flip to from your pages and bookmarks. To send the window back to the 'body' of Planswift as a tab, simply click the X button.
Undocking your Home, Estimating, Lists, Templates, Settings, Reports, Help, and Plugins tab is as simple as doing so for a pages tab. Right click, select undock. This tab will continue to function as a part of the job you are working while being at the convenience of anywhere on your screen(s). To reattach to the 'body' of Planswift click the X button.
This part of the Planswift interface is more customizeable for your needs and what you would like to see on your Home Tab. When right clicking on the header of a sidebar (Pages, Bookmarks - Attachments - etc.) you not only have an option to undock, but you can chose which panes are docked together as well as on which side of the 'body' of Planswift they appear. With Pages, Bookmarks for example: the top of the pane has your listed pages, but the bottom of the pane will show your bookmarks. You can arrange these in any number of combinations.
When working with any window in Planswift it will default to the last location it was open. If you have multiple monitors you may have noticed that if you drag Planswift to screen A and close it, it will always open to screen A. The same will happen with undocked windows. Once you have closed the undocked window, when you go to undock a new window it will try to go to that same location. Sometimes with multiple monitors this will result in 'disappearing windows' where you may see a flash of the window undocking and then it no longer shows on the screen or in Planswift. This is due to a miscommunication of trying to send the window to where it last was and goes to a 'phantom monitor'.
To retrieve you will need to, immediately after undocking and before selecting any other window, on your keyboard press Alt+Spacebar. This will give you a menu that will be at the edge of one of your screens with and option to 'Move'. Once this is selected you can move the window with your arrow keys back in the direction onto a visible monitor. Once you then have it visible again closing and opening the undocked window again will save it to that monitor. If you work with several undocked tabs open, you may have to do this for more than one 'level' of undocked tabs.
For internal pieces of the interface like the Pages. Bookmarks sidebars you will not be able to pull up this menu. You will see it only routes to the main Planswift Window. To reset you can right click on any sidebar tab and select Reset Layout which will bring all the sidebars to to the left side 'body' of Planswift. You can also reinstall the software to reset these parts of the interface,