Checking the Status of a Job - what do the colours mean?

There are seven job colours in vWork. Now, that might seem like a lot - but they are all very useful in telling you quickly what the status of a job is.

 

Unassigned (No Start Time)

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This is a new job that hasn't been given a start time. It also has no worker assigned to it. This will only appear on the left hand panel.

 

Unassigned (With Start Time)

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This is a new job that has been given a start time. It also has no worker assigned to it. This will appear on the left hand panel and also on the WorkBench.

 

Unpublished

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This is a job that has a start time and has been placed on the workers scheduled. The "Publish Schedule" button will flash when you have unpublished jobs. At this the job hasn't been sent to the workers phone.

 

Assigned

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This is a job that has been published and sent to the workers phone.

 

Started

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This is a job that has been started by your worker

 

Completed

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This is a job that has been completed by your worker

 

Extra Colours - Accept/Decline Feature

Our accept/decline feature introduced extra colours to let you know what is happening with your jobs. These additional colours are described below:


Pending

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This is a job that has been published to your workers phone but has not yet been accepted.

 

Declined

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This is a job that has been declined. A worker can decline a job or if the Auto Decline feature has been switched on then it wasn't accepted in time 

 

Additional Information

The pie chart on the left hand panel next to a job also gives you an indication of the status.

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This image shows that a job has started and that steps have been completed. In this example, the job has 4 steps in which 2 have been completed

 

You can also group by or search for a status using the top options on the left hand panel.

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Here we have selected "Status" in the "Click here to group jobs" menu.

 



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