services job types add task job groups add materials add rate add service add activities inactive active faq bulk add reassign add services jobs menu jobs screen bulk action What Bulk actions can I complete from the Jobs screen?

LMN Time allows you to create the following actions in bulk from the job list screen:

 

  1. Add Tasks, Hourly Rates, or Services to multiple jobs at once so you don't have to add to one job at a time.  For more information, see below: 
  2. Re-assign multiple jobs to a new Job Type or Job Group.  For more information, click HERE.
  3. Mark multiple jobs inactive in at one time.  For more information, click HERE.
  4. Ability to Renew jobs in bulk.  For more information, click HERE.

 

How Do I Add a Task, Rate, or Service to Multiple Jobs?

 

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      1. Log into LMN Time.
      2. Click Jobs.
      3. Click the checkboxes next to the Jobs (or Select All on the top left corner) you wish to add items to.
      4. Select the corresponding +Add button to the item you wish to add en masse (eg. +Add Tasks, +Add Rates or +Add Services).
      5. Select the intended item to add to your Job(s).

 Note: If necessary, you can customize the Hourly Rates or Services for each Job by accessing them and adjusting them.

 

How Do I Re-assign New Job Types / Job Groups across multiple Jobs?

 

 

      1. Log into LMN Time.
      2. Click Jobs.
      3. Click the checkboxes next to the Jobs (or Select All on the top left corner).
      4. Click Re-Assign (on the bottom black taskbar).
      5. Click Job Groups or Job Types (depending on what you wish to re-assign).
      6. On the next screen, select the appropriate Job Group/Job Type from the drop-down list.
      7. Press OK.
      8. The selected Jobs have now been re-assigned.

Note: There is another alternative with assigning Jobs to different Job Groups.

Learn about organizing your Jobs from the Job Groups screen here

   

 

How Do I Mark Multiples Jobs As Inactive?

 

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  1. Log into LMN Time.
  2. Click Jobs.
  3. Click the checkboxes next to the Jobs (or Select All on the top left corner).
  4. Click Active/Inactive (on the bottom black taskbar).
  5. Click Make Inactive.
  6. The selected Jobs have now been marked as Inactive.

Note: Marking a Job as Inactive does not impact any data associated with these Jobs (ie. Timesheets, Notes, etc.). To find these Jobs you can still access them under the INACTIVE JOBS list under the Jobs screen).

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