The calendar view gives us a comfortable appreciation of our activities "Work Queues and Work Orders" in a calendar format, in which we can observe the different activities both assigned and to be assigned, as well as their different statuses which will be identified with colors.

To be able to see our Work Orders and Work Queues in calendar mode we have to enter the following sections

1.-Main Menu

2.-Within our modules we will enter Tasks => Work orders

3.-Once inside the Work Orders submodule we will click on the calendar icon that is next to the Kanban view icon.

Here we will see our assigned and to be assigned tasks in a calendar view with a start filter by month, which we can see on the upper right side.

You can see the tasks with different colors:

  • Red: The work queues.

  • Yellow: Work orders in process.

  • Blue: Orders under review.

  • Green: Finished orders.

The view can also be seen in day, week, agenda and timeline format.

Week view.

You can see the work queues and work orders of the current week with the possibility to edit the date filter.

Day view.

You can view the pending tasks and work orders of the current day with the possibility to edit the date filter.

Agenda view.

You can view the work queues and work orders of a week to the day of the review in a list format, with the possibility to edit the date filter.

Timeline view.

Static calendar function.

You can project the activities of the required period and save it in one or more static calendars which can be reproduced when needed.

In order to generate the static calendar click on the calendar icon on the top right, then click on 'new' to start creating the static calendar.

We will add the name of our static calendar and the range of dates to project.

It will look like this.

Save the configuration and we will be able to reproduce our static calendar to see our activities of the saved period.

It will calculate our activities to show.

Finally we will be able to see the projection of our activities in the static calendar of our selected period.

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