The Job management console allows you to manage all your outstanding work orders in a central place. You can create, view, and edit work orders from this console. It also allows you to search for work orders based on different filters such as Assigned to, work order status, operation type, batch and equipment.
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Accessing the Job management console
You can access the console by clicking on the clipboard icon in the Quick Launch bar.
Alternatively, you can click on Consoles > Job management.
Job management console filters
On the left hand side of the Job management console, you will see options to search for work orders based on either the work order number (TWL#) or filters such as Work order status, Operation type, Scheduled date, Assigned to, Issued by, and Work order category.
Clicking on Advanced brings up the Advanced filter options such as Equipment, Batch, Note indicators, Owner, and Winery (only applicable for multi winery mode).
A breakdown of the number of work orders per status is available at the top of the console. Clicking on each one will show the list of work orders per status.
Creating, viewing, and editing work orders from Job management console
To create a work order, click on New Work order at the bottom of the screen. To edit a work order, click the Edit in the work order drop down option.
Managing multiple work orders
You can assign, change status, print, or cancel multiple work orders by selecting them and then clicking on Actions on the lower left corner of the screen. Then select the action you want to take. In the example below, we have clicked on Change status button.
Exporting list of work orders
You can export the list of work orders by selecting an option from the Export menu on the bottom of the console. You can export All, Selected, or This page.
Sorting the work order list
There are 4 different sort order you can select when viewing the work order list:
- Old to New – this is the default sort order for Draft and Ready status
- New to Old
- Work order # (Lowest)
- Work order # (Highest)