How to end/stop work order

In this article, we will explore the functionality of the STOP button, filling in required information, process of completing a work order.

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Stopping a Work Order

Located at the bottom right side of the page, the STOP button serves as a valuable tool for halting a work order in progress. By clicking this button, Mobile App users gain access to a selection of reasons for stopping the work order, including:

Work order is completed: When a work order has been successfully finished, users can choose this option and proceed to the signature window for finalization.

Other: In the event of an unforeseen circumstance or a unique reason for stopping the work order, users can manually enter a one-time braking cause by typing it in.

Additional Stop Reasons

Frontu offers further flexibility and customization by allowing the creation of additional stop reasons. By accessing the desktop environment and navigating to Work orders → Stop reasons (available from version 4.6.0), users can define specific stop reasons that align with their business requirements. This feature enhances the adaptability of the application, catering to a wide range of work order scenarios.

Completion Restrictions

Frontu emphasizes the importance of ensuring that all necessary information is filled out before a work order can be completed. If any required information is missing when the "Work order is completed" option is selected, a pop-up window will appear, displaying an error message and the name of the mandatory tab.

To rectify incomplete information, users can simply click on the "Fill" option, which redirects them to the tab where the missing details need to be provided. Once all the required information is added, users can proceed to complete the work order without encountering any further notifications or obstacles.

In some cases, a work order may consist of multiple required tabs. To ensure thorough completion, Frontu displays a pop-up notification identifying the different tabs that need to be filled until all the necessary information is provided. This approach guarantees that all essential details are captured, preventing any oversights or incomplete work orders.

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