The ability to submit a log not only allows you and your employees to keep a detailed history of the work they complete as part of an assigned task, but it also allows them to "show" you that work.
Task logs improve communication and minimize confusion when work needs to be done.
When a task is assigned, encourage your employees to use the task log to communicate the work they completed. If images need to be uploaded, the employee must create a task log in order to upload the image.
In those instances, the log should include details about the image uploaded. There is no limit to the number of images that can be uploaded. However, the employee will have to add a task log for each image they want to upload.
|Stock toppings bar||Restocked toppings bar. See uploaded image of full bar. We are low on produce so placing an order with our vendor today.|
|Install new POP||Installed new marketing materials except one window cling which arrived torn. See uploaded image of installed POP. Also created an incident regarding the torn window cling.|
|Sanitize guest area||Sanitized guest area and reordered sanitizer as we are down to 1 gallon.|
|Sweep lobby floor||Swept lobby floor and took out the trash. See uploaded image of completed work.|
There is no limit to the number of images that can be uploaded. However, the employee will have to add a task log for each image they want to upload. Note that image uploads are optional when adding task logs.
To add a task log:
Be sure to enable the notification setting for tasks so that when an important event related to a task happens, you are notified about it in real-time.
Should you still have questions and/or need additional assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.