Overview & background
Navigation in Fieldwire is designed to keep everything organized while you’re on the job. Projects are broken down into sections or "tabs" so that you are clear about what information you are viewing and so you can easily navigate to other tabs. Categories are listed below the Tabs.
What is each tab?
|Tasks||Here, you are able to easily view, filter, and manage all of the tasks on your project. You can also change between the Priority, Calendar, Gantt and Graph views.|
|Photos||This is where you can find all of your project photos (from within tasks and attachments).|
|Files||This tab collects all of the files associated with your project.|
|People||You can manage all of the users working on your project on this page. Users are organized by project permission access, and you can view their contact information by clicking on their name.|
|Settings||This is where you update project-wide settings. Keep in mind, this page is only visible to project Admins.|
What is a Category?
There are also filtering options that allow you to restructure your project display as you see fit. These are 'Categories'.
When you create tasks, you can include the category they are associated with. Typically, users assign categories based on specific project topics or trades (e.g. HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical).
'Landscaping' is the category selected in the task below
If you would like to view tasks associated with a category, just select that category from the list. Categories are visible in the core navigation column, beneath the other tabs.
Isolate Tasks in the 'Demo' category
If you need to edit or delete a category, hover your mouse over it. When you hover over a category, a little gear will appear. Please note, if you delete a category, all related tasks will no longer be associated with that category.
These articles explain more about Tasks and how they can be organized.
- What is a Task?
- What are Task Attributes?
- How do I navigate Tabs and Categories?
- How do I filter Tasks?
Video Tutorial on Managing Tasks
Video Tutorial on Advanced Task Features