Do you have a job that you do every week for the same client?
It gets pretty repetitive to have to create that same job in GeoOp over and over again. That's where Recurring Jobs comes in.

Now you can set up a recurring job so that you only need to set up that job once and continue to keep up with it more easily.

Recurring Jobs can be set up by first creating a Job Template.

  1. Go to Jobs > Job Templates, then click on the template you want to use. From the next screen, Edit Template, click the Recurrence tab. Make sure the Template has a Client and a Visit, or you will not see the Recurrence tab.
  2. Select the required Recurrence Pattern from the drop down, which will give you further tailored options.
  3. Select the Start Date for the sequence and your end date settings. Please read the note below for more information on this.
  4. When done, click Create Jobs.

Important Note: The dates or days of the week you set for the Visit in the Job Template don't affect what dates the recurring Jobs occur on. The Recurrence Pattern determines what date and day of the week Visits within recurring Jobs occur. The time on a Visit in the Job Templates, however, is used for the recurring Jobs.

However, if there is more than one Visit, then the dates set on the Visits impact the recurring Jobs, i.e., if a Job Template has 2 Visits that are 3 days apart, and you select the recurrence pattern to create Jobs for a Monday, then the Jobs will be created with one Visit on a Monday, and another Visit 3 days after on Thursday, both under a single Job.

Important information regarding recurrence end dates

End-date settings are very important and should be considered carefully when creating recurring Jobs. There is also the option of selecting 'No End Date' on the recurrence limit for these types of jobs.

The creation of recurring Jobs can be configured further by going to your Company Account settings called 'Recurrence Limit (Days)'. This limit defines how far in advance you would like the Job on a recurrence to be created, and hence visible on your Schedule and Job lists. Please set this limit appropriately for your workflow.

Canceled Jobs created by the recurrence

Simply delete the Job Template the recurrence is generated from, and any Jobs that have not yet occurred (forward of the current date), will be deleted from your Scheduler / Job list.

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