Category Archives: b. District Setup and Configuration

Detailed information on how to configure ML Work Orders for your district.

A. Manage District Settings

This section contains instruction on modifying the various settings in ML Work Orders. For descriptions of each setting, see 2-c Defining District Fields and Settings.

 Manage District Settings
  1.  Select District Setup from the Admin drop-down menu then select Manage District Settings.

A. Require Labor Hours Before Completing WO:

1. If you would like to it a requirement that labor hours are entered on each work order before the assigned to user is able to complete the job, then choose “Yes” from the drop down menu.

B. Show Requested Completion Date:

1. If you would like to allow all users to enter a “Requested Completion Date” when submitting a work order choose “All Users” from the drop down menu and click Save.

2. If you would only like admin users to have this ability then select “Admin Only” from the drop down menu and click Save.

Requested Completion Date

C. Show Time Room/Area is Available:

1. If you would like to allow users to enter a time when the room or area is available when submitting a work order, but not require this to be filled out, choose “Not Required” from the drop down menu and click Save.

2. If you would like to require users to enter a time when the room or area is available when submitting a work order, choose “Required” from the drop down menu and click Save.

3. If you do not want this field to show up on the request form select “No” from the drop down menu and click Save.

D. Show WO Description on Manage Work Orders Page:

1. If you would like to show the Work Order Description on the Manage Work Orders Page then select “Yes” from the drop down menu and click Save.

E. Show WO Description on My Work Orders Page:

1. If you would like to show the Work Order Description on the My Work Orders Page then select “Yes” from the drop down menu and click Save.

F. Show WO Description on WO Report Page:

1. If you would like to show the Work Order Description on the WO Report Page then select “Yes” from the drop down menu and click Save.

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G. Use Generic Spaces:

1. Choose “Yes” from the drop down menu and click Save. Generic Spaces are now active.

Select "Yes" to turn on Generic Spaces
Select “Yes” to turn on Generic Spaces

2. To turn off generic spaces, follow steps 1-2 and select “No” from the drop down.

Generic Spaces

B. Manage Organizations, Campus/Locations, Buildings, and Building Spaces

Manage Organizations:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Organizations

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new Organization.

3. Enter the Organization Name and Address.

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4. Select the Save button and repeat steps 1-3 for any new Organizations.

Manage Campus/Locations:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Campus / Locations

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new Campus/Location.

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3. Enter the Campus/Location Name.

4. Select the Save button and repeat steps 1-3 for any new Campuses or Locations.

Manage Buildings:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Buildings

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new Building.

3. Enter the appropriate Campus/Location and the Building name.

Click the add button, select the campus/location, and enter the building name.

4. Select the Save button and repeat steps 1-3 for any new Buildings.

Manage Building Spaces:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Building Spaces

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new space.

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3. Enter the appropriate building and space name.

4. Select the Save button and repeat steps 1-3 for any new spaces.

C. Manage Purposes, Trades, and Budget Codes

Manage Purposes (Optional):

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Purposes

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new Purpose.

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3. Enter the Purpose name and select the Save button.

Examples of Purposes:

Repair
Vandalism
Inspection
Security
Inventory
Help
Event
Cleaning
Cosmetic
Maintenance

4. Repeat Steps 1-3 for any new Purposes.

Manage Trades:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Trades.

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new Trade.

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3. Enter the name of the Trade, select the Trade Type (Maintenance of IT), and select the Save button.

Example of Maintenance Trades:

Cabling
Carpentry
Ceiling
Clocks/Bells
Custodial
Doors and Hardware
Electrical
Equipment Maintenance
Event Break Down
Event Setup
Flooring
General Maintenance
Glass/Window Repairs
Grounds
Hazmat/Waste
Heating/Cooling
Keys and Locks
Lighting
Moving
Painting
Pest Control
Plumbing
Pool
Supplies/Equipment
Walls

Example of IT Trades:

Audio/Visual
Email
Event Setup
Hard Drive
Interactive White Board
Internet Connection
Internet Filter
Laptop
Miscellaneous/Questions (IT)
Mouse
Internet Connection
Password
Printers
Projector
Server
Software Application
Student Database
Telephone Services
Virus

Website

4. Repeat Steps 1-3 for any new Trades.

Manage Budget Codes:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Budget Codes

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new Budget Code.

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3. Enter the Budget Code name, description, and select the Save button.

4. Repeat Steps 1-3 for any new Budget Codes.

D. Manage Roles and Users

Manage Roles:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Roles

Add a new Role

2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new Role.

Manage Roles

3. Enter the name of the Role and select the appropriate permissions. The available permissions include:

1. Approve WOs – Can approve work order requests
2. Assign WOs to Others – Can assign work orders to other users
3. Bypass Approval – Can bypass the approval process when submitting work orders
4. Can be Assigned WOs – Can be assigned work orders to perform work
5. Close WOs – Can officially close out work orders
6. Complete WOs on Behalf of Others – Can complete work orders that are assigned to other users
7. Edit WOs – Can edit work order information
8. Enter Asset on WOs – Can link assets (Equipment) to work orders
9. Enter Budget Code on WOs – Can enter budget code information on work orders
10. Enter Labor on WOs – Can enter labor hours on work orders
11. Enter Purpose on WOs – Can enter a purpose for work orders
12. Manage Assets – Can add/edit assets within the system
13. Manage PMs – Can add/edit PMs within the system
14. View All WOs – Can view all work orders at a specific building
15. View Assets – Can view all assets within a specific building
16. View Labor Report – Can access the work order labor report
17. View PMs – Can view all PMs within a specific building
18. View WO Report – Can access the Work Order Report

4. Select the Save button and repeat steps 1-3 for any new Roles

Manage Users:

1. Select Admin > District Setup > Manage Users

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2. Select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new User.

 

3. Enter the user’s organization, first name, last name, phone number, and email address. You have the option to enter a labor rate for those users that will be entering labor hours on the work orders. You will also have the option to enter a default building and space for submitting work order requests.

4. If the user needs a specific role within the system, select the (New Organization) Plus Icon to add a new role.

Add a Role

5. Select the Role, Building, and Request type then select the Save Role Button to add the role.  Repeat this process for any additional roles you would like to grant the user.

You can also give the user Administrative Permissions such as the ability to manage users and permissions, the ability to manage site settings, and the ability to approve requests on behalf of other users.

6. Select the Save button and repeat steps 1-5 for any new users.