After your customers are added into FieldPulse; you’ll want to schedule jobs and assign them to yourself or to your team members to complete. Jobs might include estimate appointments, service calls, recurring visits or anything else that you do for your customers.
To set up a new job, click on ‘Jobs’ on the menu on the left hand side. If you don’t see it there, click the downwards arrow next to Team Schedule to show it.
On the jobs page, click ‘Create New’. Note that you can also create a new job from the ‘Schedule’ page, if you want to look at the schedule before creating a job. The process will be the same, regardless of where you start from.
In the ‘Create New Job’, first select the customer for this particular job. If you haven’t added the customer yet, you can click ‘Create new Customer’ from the dropdown menu, or click the Add customer icon on the right hand side. We covered adding customers in more detail in the previous guide. If you’ve added the customer’s address, it will populate in the ‘Location’ field. If not, enter it in the field manually. Next, enter the job title, date and time of the visit and select team members for the job. This is an important step because that’s how your team will be notified about the job and be able to see the work on their FieldPulse app. You can also add any notes about the job, or select a job tag to color code the job on your schedule. You can see a video and step by step instructions on creating a job here:
Once you have entered all of the pertinent info, click ‘Save’. You will be taken to the job ‘info’ page, which is the main page for this job record.
On the job record page, you’ll see several options for adding information to the job. You can add this information or the team can add it on site, depending on what it is. We’ll cover how to complete jobs in the next section of this guide.
Looking for a quick summary for setting up jobs? We’ve got you covered! There are 2 main things to know about adding jobs:
- On the ‘jobs’ page (or team schedule) click ‘Create Job’
- Include at least the customer, location and job title
- Make sure you assign your team members
- On the job page you, or the service agent on site can perform several actions to record information about the job:
- Quotes and Invoices
- Custom forms
- Customer communications