How to find jobs that were fabricated but not installed

by | Dec 3, 2012 | JobTracker Tips

One of the popular uses for the Jobs page is to look for problems in your workflow. One of the biggest problems could be that a job hasn’t progressed to the next stage in the production process.

For example, here we’re looking for jobs that are done with fabrication, but not yet scheduled for install.

You can create similar views to look for other problems, like jobs that have been installed but not yet invoiced. Some people also use this to find delays or jobs that took longer than they should have. In addition to filtering by just the status of activities, you can look for a combination of status and dates. If you’d like to see more examples, check out our help.

Want to know more? At Moraware, we make software for countertop fabricators. CounterGo is countertop drawing and estimating software. JobTracker is job scheduling software that helps you eliminate the time you waste looking for job folders. RemnantSwap is a free place to buy and sell granite remnants with fabricators near you.

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