Types of visualizations
The calendar offers three views or layouts in the top right of the screen: Monthly, Weekly, and Daily. By default, when you open the calendar, it will be set to Month.
Filters and controls
You can go forward or backwards in the calendar with the blue arrows located at the top left of the screen.
You can have your Work Orders shown based on the Deadline or ETA dates,
depending on your needs when consulting the schedules.
Ready to get started?
If you have specific questions about this topic, don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Was this article helpful?
Learn more about how sweven works
Work Order Lifecycle
Work Orders Lifecycle Work Orders are a key element in any company’s efforts towards organized labor, operations control, and good service levels for its clients.
Work Order Using Checklists
Using Checklists In Sweven, checklists are an accessory tool in Work Orders that enable your technicians to see and modify a fixed list of items
Work Order Notes and Email Notes
Notes and Email Notes Notes are a key part of Sweven, Notes are a key part of Sweven, not only for keeping updates on a
Work Order Management
Creating a service order When creating a Service Order, there are key mandatory fields that must be filled before saving; these fields are marked with
Introduction Using Pipeline to supervise your operators Sweven’s Pipeline features a horizontal queue of steps for Work Orders to follow, giving everyday operations users and