Xora® StreetSmart Workforce™ from AT&T

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Create a job type in the Xora StreetSmart web application

  1. Access the website at http://streetsmart.xora.com.

  2. In the box below “Username:”, enter your username.

  3. In the box below “Password:”, enter your password.

  4. In the box below “Company ID:”, enter your company’s ID.

  5. Click Login.

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  1. Click Administration.

  2. Click Job Types.

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  1. Click Create Job Type.

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  1. Click in the field next to “Name:”, and enter the name of your job type.

  2. Click in the field next to “Description:” to enter description for your new job type.

  3. Click in the field next to “Default Duration:” to enter the amount of time that this job type should take.
    Note: The units of time can also be changed by clicking the dropdown arrow next to “minutes”.

  1. Click in the field next to “Inner Label:” to enter the label that you would like to display inside the job icon when viewing this job on the map.

  2. Click in the field next to “Outer Label:” to enter the label that you would like to be displayed outside the job icon when viewing the job on the map.

  3. Click the checkbox next to “Activate:” to activate the job type.

  4. Click the dropdown next to “Job Name Visibility:” to set the naming preferences when users create jobs.

  5. Click the checkbox next to “Allow Job Create from Device:” to allow users to create jobs from the mobile device manually.

  6. Click a bubble next to “Device – Job Create Complexity” to choose job complexity. The “Simple” setting is used to display the “Job Number”, “Job Name”, and “Job Attribute” fields. The “Advanced” setting is used to display the “Job Location”, “Priority” and “Scheduled Start Time” along with the standard “Job Number”, and “Job Name” fields on the device.

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  1. Click Next.

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  1. Click New.

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  1. Click the field next to “Detail Name:”, and enter a name for your detail. These details are passed on to the users to help them perform their job.

  2. Click the dropdown box next to “Detail Type:” to select the type of information that will be entered.

  3. Click the field next to “Default Value:” to enter the desired default value.

  4. Click the checkbox next to “Required:” to make the detail required for the job to be completed.

  5. Click the checkbox next to “Show On Device:” to display the Details field on the job detail screen.

  6. Click the checkbox next to “Appear On Calendar:” to show the job detail on the availability calendar.

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  1. Click Apply.

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  1. The detail name is now visible in the left column.
    Note: Repeat the steps above for any additional details.

  1. Click Next.

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  1. Click New.

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  1. Click in the field next to “Action Name:”, and enter a name for your new action. These actions are performed by the user to finish the job.

  2. Click the checkbox next to “Required:” to make this action mandatory in order to complete the job.

  3. Click the dropdown next to “Timer Option:” to set the time parameters to complete the action.

  4. Click the checkbox next to “Repeatable:” to enable the action to be completed multiple times.

  5. Click the dropdown box next to “Form attached:” to allow a form to be attached to the job and presented to the worker when the action is being performed.

  6. Click the checkbox next to “Delete On Device:” to remove the action from the device once it is marked completed.

  7. Click the checkbox next to “Delete on Server:” to remove the action from the server once it is completed.

  8. Click the dropdown box next to “Print:” to require the action results to be printed for the action to be completed.

  9. Click the dropdown box next to “Call:” to designate that a call must be placed in order for the action to be completed.

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  1. Click Apply.

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  1. The new action name is visible in the column on the left.
    Note: Repeat the steps above to create additional actions.

  1. Click Next.

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  1. Click the checkbox next to the group or groups that you would like to have access to the new job.

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  1. Click Next.

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  1. Click the checkbox next to “Auto Email Delivery” to automatically share job details with a preset list of email recipients.

  2. Click the checkbox next to “Allow mobiles worker to email completed job” to allow users to send email notifications that they have completed a job.
    Note: By default the view will be set to “Custom Email Template”. The default items included in the email subject line are “Job Name” and “Job Completed Date and Time”.

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  1. Click the dropdown under “Choose data to insert” to select additional data to be included in the email notification.

  2. Click Insert.

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  1. Click the arrow next to “Configure Auto Email Recipients”.

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  1. Click the checkbox next to the group(s) to whom the notification would be addressed.

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  1. Click the checkbox next to “Email Id” to select all the email addresses found in the selected group.

  2. Click the checkbox next to each individual user that you would like to receive the email.

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  1. Click in the field under “Additional Email Ids:” to manually enter recipients.

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  1. Click Save & Close.

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  1. The new job type is displayed in the “Job Types” list.

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