My Production Plan

My production plan section is for the worker to see his/her personal schedule and report in real-time.

Only the production operations assigned to the user or the user's departments can be seen.

My production plan allows the worker

  • seeing the assigned production operations and their details (incl. material locations and lot numbers),
  • reporting of materials,
  • reporting of start and stop,
  • accessing additional attachments, e.g. images, drawings, files, etc.

Jump to:

  1. How to report operations - time and quantity?
  2. How to report materials?
  3. How to finalize a Manufacturing Order?
  4. How to report serial numbers?
  5. How to change the visibility of other operations?
  6. Production reporting FAQ
  7. Demo video: How to use the "My Production Plan".

Tips and tricks

  • Click on an operation to access reporting.
  • Click Calendar Calendar or List List buttons to change views.
  • Choose to convenient calendar horizon (day, week, month).
  • Click Choose columns to choose which information to display.
  • Drag the columns to rearrange them.

Color coding

The backdrop color in the calendar view indicates the status of the operation:

  • Not started, the planned start time is in the future;
  • The operation has been reported started;
  • Paused;
  • Finished;
  • (Red striped) Not started, but should have been started. The planned start time has passed.

The text color indicates the status of parts availability:

  • Not booked - all required parts are not booked;
  • Delayed - Some parts have not yet been received and will become available after the planned start time of the manufacturing order;
  • Expected - Some parts have not yet been received but will arrive according to the schedule;
  • Received - all parts are booked and in stock.

 

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