The Work Order List is a log of all scheduled activity performed by your organization. This includes single and multi-day work orders. To access a list of your Work Orders select Work Order List from the Company main Menu.

From this list, there is the ability to create a new work order or change the status of a particular job that has occurred.

Repeating and Multi-Day Work Orders

By |2021-07-23T15:49:30-05:00November 15th, 2019|

Introduction The repeating work order feature creates two or more work orders. The work order that is used to create the repeating work orders is the “Master Work Order”. If you delete it, you will delete all of the work orders created from it. You may open the Master WO and edit all of the

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Work Order Types List

By |2021-07-16T13:55:17-05:00July 26th, 2019|

Introduction Work order types are managed through the Work Order Type List.  Work order types are a way of categorizing work orders to help sort, organize, and manage them.  Work order types are also used for skill checking when assigning work orders to technicians, ensuring that work orders are assigned to technicians qualified for the

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Work Orders List Report

By |2021-07-16T13:56:19-05:00March 23rd, 2018|

Introduction This report lists all Work Orders that have been created. Options: 1. Status filters: a. Scheduled b. Enroute c. Not Scheduled d. Not Assigned e. Working f. Completed g. Concelled h. Invoiced i. Not Invoiced j. Both 2. Entered By – All Users or a Specific User 3. Assigned to – All Technicians or

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