In the mobile app, a user can access a job's details by tapping the job card. The job details view shows the following information:
- Job name (or number) and a description.
- Job status.
- Job type.
- Job address.
- Job start time.
- Job end time.
Figure 1. A job and its details in Skedulo X.
Above the colored action buttons are two circular navigation buttons. These let the user decide if they want to use a mapping application (like Google Maps) to navigate the suggested route to the job (using the left button) or view the suggested route (using the right button).
Figure 2. The navigation option buttons on Skedulo X.
Below the map are two colored action buttons, one of which is the job status button–used to step through each stage of the job as it is being completed. As well as this button, status indicators are used throughout the mobile app to provide a visual indication of the job's current status. The other button allows the mobile user to perform different actions during the progression of the job.
Under the action buttons is the section for the contact name and title. The user can use the buttons on the right to communicate with the contact via different methods. These methods can include email, SMS or mobile. By tapping the contacts name, details about the account connected to that contact is shown. These details include:
- Account name.
- Billing Address.
- Site Address.
Under the contact section is a section for notes. By tapping on notes, the user can open up a text field to write job notes in. These text notes are synchronized with to the job's details on the web app.
Also, see Skedulo X Notes.
For those organizations who implement custom fields or forms, they will appear beneath the notes in a section called "Other Information."
Also, see Skedulo X Custom Fields.