Everything about Rounds
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Written by Teresa Bui
Updated over a week ago

Rounds are containers of information that can be kept in them for whatever you choose, allowing for task oversight and management that normal filtering and favourites aren't capable of.

Rounds are so easy to use, here's how:

Setting up a round


The simple progress bars of each line relate to the status colours. They are a great way to view how the work in that round is tracking for the month/period you've set the round up for.

Creating a round:

1. Head to your tasks list

2. Select View Rounds

3. You will be able to view a list of all rounds with their associated percentage of completion. You are also able to search for a certain round via the filter fields above the list.

4. Click on Add round and fill in the required information, specifically the full name of the round. You can also assign a Due date, Technician, Branch and an Admin, as well as add notes to the round. Then click 'Save Round.'

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Not only is it useful for tracking progress, you can filter by rounds on the asset list page, allowing you to set favourites to track certain tasks with ease.
​Helpful tip #1: Always archive the rounds when they are empty, typically this will fall at the end of the month when all the work is completed, but keep an eye on it. Note: If the round is inactive, you cannot choose it to put work in, so keep it open if you're planning to put more tasks in it before finally putting it to rest.

Suggestions of rounds to get started:

  • Call outs (MM/YY)

  • Repairs (break this down further if you'd like. Sprinkler repairs, hydrant repairs etc) (MM/YY)

  • Hydrant flow tests (MM/YY)

  • Portable Technician Servicing (MM/YY)

  • Fire Detection Monthly Inspections (MM/YY)

The list of suggestions could go on, but really it is up to you how you'd like to use them for your business.

Happy rounding! Please contact your account manager if you need any assistance on this.

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