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The Long Form - Introduction

  1. Introduction
  2. View Port - Select Time Frame
  3. Bookings in the Long Form
  4. Projects Tree
  5. Objects Tree
  6. Personnel Tree
  7. Classes (Availability)

Click on Long Form in the top navigation bar to display the Long Form. The top part of the view shows the Long Form and the bottom part the Hourline. Clicking on the small arrow next to the Hourline Clock Icon will hide / show the Hourline.

The Projects Tree is used for managing and providing an overview of Projects, Project Bookings and Objects Booked related to the selected Project. A Project can be viewed entirely in a Gantt style chart. 

The Objects Tree shows Bookings and Tasks of specific Objects over the selected time period. All Object Types that can be booked can be added to the Object Tree, from People (Users and Resources) to Rooms, Equipment etc. It is also possible to generate Object Reports from the Object Tree. All types of Bookings can be displayed here, also Personnel Bookings if the setting has been activated in the Toolbox > Settings > Object Tree.

The Personnel Tree can only show Users. All types of Bookings per User are displayed here; Project Bookings, Tasks, Personnel Bookings (eg Vacation and Sick). For the Personnel Bookings it is possible to get a quick calculation of number of Personnel type days such as sick days, vacation etc. It is also possible to create and assign Shifts. User Reports can be generated from the Project Tree, eg number of worked hours and rates, number of vacation days etc.

The Classes Availability Tree shows Object Classes and the availability or usage of Objects that belong to specific Object Classes.

For each Long Form Tree specific settings can be made to determine the behaviour, for example to show the Project name on the Booking in the Objects tree or to show Time Report status on the Bookings in the Project Tree. These settings are done in the Toolbox. Please refer to the Toolbox manual for details on the settings for the Long Form Trees.

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