Maintenance (Beta): add schedules
To start using Maintenance (Beta) you need to create your first maintenance schedules.
2. Link the setup on the server with the Maintenance smartphone app.
The first step is to add Schedules to the system.
1. Click on Go to Schedules
2. Click on + Service Schedule
3. Enter a name for the service schedule (e.g. Annual check)
4. Click on Tasks on the left, and select + Task to add a new task.
Tasks are the necessary steps required for the schedule to be completed later on by the worker.
5. Create the first task for this schedule.
You can also add Resources in this step too.
Repeat the tasks' step until you add all necessary tasks for this schedule:
6. Click on the left, on Schedule, then choose what will trigger this schedule. You have two options: Odometer or Interval.
- Odometer: it will trigger the event when X number of distance has passed since last.
Make sure you have an Odometer configured in your vehicle before using this option.
- Custom accumulators (optional): if you have custom accumulators configured in your application, these could also be a trigger for your Maintenance events.
- Interval: it will trigger the event when Y number of months has passed since last check.
In this example, we want both options, meaning whichever is true first, will trigger the schedule event.
- First service: distance/time that will trigger the schedule for the first time (e.g.: new cars have different maintenance periods for the first service, and regular schedules afterwards).
- Frequency: the frequency of the schedule to be triggered.
- Due before: distance/time for the schedule to be considered as due prior to the value set in Frequency.
7. Click on Assign on the left, and select the vehicle/s affected by this scheduled,
then click on Assign > button.
8. Go to Last service menu.
- Last service date: the date when the vehicle was last served.
- Last service odometer value: the KM/Miles when the vehicle was last served.
- 1st service is done: mark this option if the service marked in the Last service date/odometer is already performed.
9. Click on Save.
Your schedule is now created. You can add more maintenance schedules according to your needs.