1. ARCHIVING PROJECTS & MEDIA ORDERS
Projects and Media Orders can be archived from within the farmerswife Client application.
Only Projects, for which all Timereports have been completed and all Work Orders and Media Orders are Done should be closed and archived. The Archiving function will archive Bookings, Extras, Work Orders and Virtual Bookings within a Project.
However, Project related Media Orders are not archived along with the Project and need to be archived separately.
To identify which projects can be closed you can use some of the available filters in the Advanced Project Search.
- If you are closing and invoicing your projects you can search your closed projects as a first step.
- Filter your done/invoiced media orders to be able to archive them
- If you are not sure which projects can be closed you can easily identify some of your old projects with new feature implemented in 6.5 by searching the projects "without bookings after date".
- You can also edit the view in the Advanced Project Search and filter your projects by their size. Click on the menu in the left corner and add "Project DB Size" to the view. This way you can see which of your projects are the biggest/smallest and try to archive the biggest one in the first place.
- Remember that you can batch close and batch archive your projects!
2. ARCHIVING TASKS
Completed Tasks have to be archived from within the farmerswife Server application in the Server Setup under the Bookings tab.
All your deleted Bookings and Binders are stored within Deleted Bookings And Binders in your Toolbox. It is strongly recommended that when this list becomes too big and contains old bookings that will never be restored, it should be emptied. To perform this operation go to Toolbox > Deleted Bookings And Binders > right mouse click > select Delete All or Delete All Bookings Belonging To Me.
You need the corresponding User Permission to be able to perform this operation.
4. Archiving PO's & INCOMING INVOICES
You can also archive your Purchase Orders and Incoming Invoices: