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These features will be launched by June 11, 2024.

Here’s a summary of the changes:

1) Work Order Screen:
– Now appears with all tasks displayed in a list view.

2) Work Order Screen with Timer Enabled Before Task Start:
– Each task will have a play button associated with it.

3) Work Order Screen with Timer Enabled After Task Start:
– Under each task, find respective actions like complete, cancel, pause, clock in, and clock out.

4) Work Order Tasks without Timer:
– Each task has a “Done” button to complete the task and a “To Do” button to undo changes for completed tasks.

5) Work Order Screen After All Tasks Are Completed:

– Find the “All Done” button indicating all tasks completed and a “Build” button to proceed with producing and consuming products.

– If the WO doesn’t have any Bill of materials(BOMs) and Work in progress(WIPs) then you will see “All Done” and “Complete WO” button.

6) Build Screen from Work Orders – With Only BOMs:
– Displays WIP details at the top, followed by “To Produce” and “To Scrap” quantities for all BOMs and the bill of materials below.

7) Build Screen from Work Orders – With BOMs, Serials:
– Displays WIP details at the top, serials to produce list on the left, and BOMs on the right side of the serials.

8) Work Order Screen After Partially Producing the Products:
– The “Complete WO” button is available in the dropdown next to the “Build” button to complete the WO partially.

9) Work Order Screen with Tasks Associated to Quality Checklist:
– Quality checks are displayed under each associated task. If the Quality check is marked as required, you need to complete the QA before completing the respective tasks.

1) Old Workorder screen
1) New Workorder screen

Now appears with all tasks displayed in a list view.

2) Old Work Order Screen with Timer Enabled Before Task Start
2) New Work Order Screen with Timer Enabled Before Task Start

Each task will have a play button associated with it

3) Old Work Order Screen with Timer Enabled After Task Start
3) New Work Order Screen with Timer Enabled After Task Start

Under each task, find respective actions like complete, cancel, pause, clock in, and clock out.

4) Old Work Order Tasks without Timer
4) New Work Order Tasks without Timer

Each task has a “Done” button to complete the task and a “To Do” button to undo changes for completed tasks.

5) Old Work Order Screen After All Tasks Are Completed:
5) New Work Order Screen After All Tasks Are Completed:

– Find the “All Done” button indicating all tasks completed and a “Build” button to proceed with producing and consuming products.

– If the WO doesn’t have any Bill of materials(BOMs) and Work in progress(WIPs) then you will see “All Done” and “Complete WO” button.

6) Old Build Screen from Work Orders - With Only BOMs:
6) New Build Screen from Work Orders - With Only BOMs:

Displays WIP details at the top, followed by “To Produce” and “To Scrap” quantities for all BOMs and the bill of materials below.

7) Old Build Screen from Work Orders - With BOMs, Serials:
7) New Build Screen from Work Orders - With BOMs, Serials:

Displays WIP details at the top, serials to produce list on the left, and BOMs on the right side of the serials.

8) Old Work Order Screen After Partially Producing the Products:
8) New Work Order Screen After Partially Producing the Products:

The “Complete WO” button is available in the dropdown next to the “Build” button to complete the WO partially.

9) Old Work Order Screen with Tasks Associated to Quality Checklist:
9) New Work Order Screen with Tasks Associated to Quality Checklist

Quality checks are displayed under each associated task. If the Quality check is marked as required, you need to complete the QA before completing the respective tasks.