The status panel is displayed on the left-hand side of the scheduling console page. It provides a summary of the number of jobs under each job status. It also allows you to constrain that summary to the date range shown on the swimlane (in the "View" drop-down menu), or filter on job status for the current page.
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The Status Panel (2 min 45)
By default, the status panel will load showing a summary of all the jobs within the filtered region. Each job status is listed down the panel with the corresponding number of jobs assigned to the status. These counts will update as jobs within your organization are updated, and their status changed.
Figure 1. The status panel showing all jobs, i.e., the total number of jobs in the region, in each status–regardless of date (no filter applied).
Also, see Job Status and Job Allocation Status.
Filter By Date
At the top of the status panel is a section entitled "Showing Jobs". When this is enabled the summary will only count jobs within the range shown on the swimlane (as set in the view options drop-down menu) plus any "Queued" jobs. It will also update the job list so it will only show jobs that are queued or within the date range of the swimlane.
Figure 2. The status panel and view filter set to show one week of jobs in each status.
Activate Job Status Filters
To activate the "Showing Jobs" filter (or any of the individual job status filters from the job status panel), click once on their toggle filter button. Their background color changes to dark blue, the text changes to bright white once activated.
The jobs listed in the adjacent panel reflect the filter that is applied by the status panel.
Figure 3. The status panel showing jobs for the month of May, i.e., the total number of jobs for the selected statuses–for one full month.
Filter By Status
Clicking on any job status displayed in the status panel will toggle that status within the job status filter of the filter bar. When a status is enabled in the filter bar it will be applied to the job list, so by clicking on a job status in the status panel, will filter the job list to only show jobs of that particular status. Since this is a toggle, you can enable multiple status types, or remove them from the filter by clicking the toggle button once again.
Figure 4. The status panel showing jobs in the ready state, for the month of May.
The status panel can be minimized using the "Minimize" button at the bottom of the panel. Once minimized, the status panel can still be interacted with, so the date filter and the status filters can still be toggled.
Figure 5. The status panel minimized.
The status panel can also switch to a disabled state (when the button text is no longer white, instead it's grayed out). It will do this whenever the scheduling console is not showing the job list (so when the "Quick Create Job" panel is open). The status panel will still show the job counts in this state but it will not let you toggle the date filter, or the job status filters.
Figure 6. The status panel showing the showing jobs filter disabled.