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How to add a Task to a Stage

Last modified 07:46, 24 Apr 2017

 

A task is the  basic activity or step that each employee does when carrying out work for the practice. Each task has a code associated with it and is maintained in the system under a Task Code.

A task could be any one of these examples:

  • Allocate job

  • Collate information

  • Balance accounts

  • Send for review

  • Check accuracy

  • Sign off work

Allocating a task to a stage

  1. Find the Assignment.

  2. The client's Assignment Details page appears.

  3. Click the Schedule tab.

  4. Select the schedule you want from the drop-down list.

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  5. If you want time and disbursements recorded against specific tasks, select the Task Related check box.

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If you select the Task Related box, the tasks you allocate to the Stage will appear for selection when an employee completes a Timesheet. It means that an employee can only choose the tasks you allocated to the stage when the client's assignment and schedule are selected in their Timesheet window.

  1. In the Stage Listing, click the expand button of the Stage description you are adding a task to.

  2. Click Tasks at the end of the Employee Category row.
    The Available Tasks for the Stage Description appear.

  3. Select a Task from the Available Tasks panel that you want to associate with the stage.

  4. Move the Tasks to the Selected Tasks panel.

  5. Repeat Steps 8 and 9 as appropriate.

  6. Click OK.

  7. Repeat for each Stage in the Stage Listing.

  8. Click OK on the Assignment Details page.

Related Topics

About Assignments

How to create a Stage

How to create a Task Code

 

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