Job Board

About the Job Board 

The Job Board is a centralized view of all Jobs organized by Location and status. The Manifest iPadOS Job Board uses the Kanban system to provide users a clear visualization of all the current work in progress at any Location and a quick way to find Unassigned Jobs that need to be completed.  

The Job Board can be accessed by selecting ‘Job Board’ on the bottom menu. 

Using the Job Board 

Filters & Search Options 

The search bar gives users the ability to look up jobs within a location using keywords and/or numbers related to the template, model type, or ID.   

The various filter options give users flexibility in customizing their view based on what’s important to them. The following filters are available for the Job Board. 

View My Jobs or All Jobs 

The toggle for ‘My Jobs’ vs. ‘All Jobs’ filters Jobs on the board by assignment: 

  • selecting ‘My Jobs’ will load only Jobs assigned to the user 
  • selecting ‘All Jobs’ will load all Jobs regardless of assignment 

Filter by Location 

Users may select a Location from the dropdown to show only the Jobs at the specified Location. 

Filter by Priority  

Users may filter jobs by Priority – All, High, Medium, or Low – using the dropdown. These priorities are set at the creation of the Job, either by the creator or work order system. 

Job Board Basics

Status columns 

The Job Board groups displayed jobs in columns by Status:  

  • Unassigned 
  • Assigned 
  • In Progress 
  • Completed 

Job Cards 

Each Job has a Job Card. The Job Card includes relevant information to help users quickly identify key information to prioritize their work and locate the Job’s Asset. Job listings include the following information (where relevant): 

  • Job ID 
  • Last updated date OR Percentage (%) complete 
  • Job Priority – indicated by color: High (Red), Medium (Yellow), Low (Green) 
  • Assigned Operator’s avatar or initials (Team icon indicates that the Job is a Team Job) 
  • Job Title (derived from the Template name) 
  • Asset Class Make and Model  

Some Job Cards also include icon buttons for certain actions: 

  • Download icon  
    • For syncing Job to the users’ Offline Work Package 
    • Available on self-assigned jobs in the “Assigned” and “In Progress” columns 
  • Arrow icon  
    • For assigning job to self  
    • Available on jobs in the “Unassigned” column 

Additional options 

Add Job 

The ‘Add Job +’ button allows users to create a new Job within the given location, prompting them to select an Asset, Template, and Priority. The user may then select ‘Add’ and the new Job will appear in the “Unassigned” column. 

Create an Offline Work Package 

If the Job will be performed in an area with limited to no network connectivity, Manifest Offline capabilities enable Operators to save their Jobs into an Offline Work Package to be completed in a disconnected environment, and then synced with the server when connectivity is restored. 

Steps for creating an Offline Work Package: 

  • Download selected Jobs using the download icon at the top left corner of each Job Card. Note: The Operator can only download Jobs assigned to them, so Jobs may need to be self-assigned before creating the Offline Work Package.  
  • Select ‘Work Package’ in the righthand corner of the Job Board. A window will dropdown to show the downloaded Jobs, sorted by status.  
  • If needed, use ‘Remove All’ button or the trash can icon at the upper left-hand corner of each Job Card to remove Jobs from the Offline Work Package.  
  • Once the desired Jobs have been downloaded, select ‘Go Offline’ 
  • If this is the first-time taking work offline the user will be prompted to set a 6-digit security PIN for ‘Offline Login’. 


Users can select the refresh button in the upper right-hand corner of the Job Board tab to load the latest updates. 

Starting a Job

Selecting a Job listing opens a popup window with all Job Steps, also known as a Job Checklist. At the bottom of the window are two buttons: 

  • Launch Job in AR: Prompts user to either “Scan QR’ or ‘Place Tag’ in AR Mode to begin the Job 
  • Start Job: Starts Job within the same window 

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