How to Create a Job

Quickly and easily create and schedule jobs.

What's a job?

A Job consists of two main things:

  1. Production card(s) - A job is a logical grouping of designs, products, and orders that need processing. Production cards are the building blocks of a job. They provide a flexible way to visualize and organize work that needs to get done.
  2. Workflow - A workflow is a series of steps or tasks required to complete a job/production. InkSoft allows you to build custom production workflows that can be assigned when creating a job.

How to Create a New Job

Select Production Cards

The first step in creating a job is to select the production cards you wish to include in a job.

InkSoft provides two important ways to visualize and organize production that needs to be scheduled.

Group By

This feature allows you to easily sort/filter to visualize production cards by design, order, product, or all open. This is useful in creating jobs and scheduling production based on a relationship level.

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Filter results allows you to filter production cards by Store, Ship/Organization, Pickup Date Range, Payment Status, and Manufacturer.

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Click Create Job

After selecting the desired production cards, click the Create Job from the action menu.Kapture 2021-04-13 at 15.39.50

NOTE: The action menu appears only if one or more production cards are selected.

Create Job

Complete the Create Job Form. The job form includes the following:

  • Workflow: Select the desired production workflow to assign to the job
  • Job Name: Assign a name to represent the job
  • Schedule Date: Assign a production date to the job
  • Job Notes: (Optional) Here you can input any job notes that are useful/relevant.

Click the Create Job.

NOTE: Job notes are internal and cannot be seen by the shopper.
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NOTE: Once the Job has been successfully created it will be accessible from Jobs within your navigation header.
Jobs Nav

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