How do I look at Work Orders in Progress?

How do I look at Work Orders in Progress?

All work orders in progress can be viewed by any Administrator on their dashboard under "All Work Orders in Progress" grid. These include any scheduled preventive maintenance items, as well as other work orders that are in progress.

You will be able to quickly identify if there are any comments that have been added within the work order or if the work order is past due. Notice the black comment icon and the red "PAST DUE".

You can open the work order to view/add any comments by clicking on the work order number OR by clicking on the (+), located to the left of the work order, to expand the work order. 

If you'd like to search for a particular work order or export the work orders in progress, you can find these options, located on the top of the gray grid title bar (as shown in the grid above).

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