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Production Tracking: Dashboard
Production Tracking: Dashboard
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Written by Customer Service Team
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On the Rhumbix Web App, users can track their project and cost code progress with our new Production page. This guide will provide step-by-step instructions on how to access and navigate this page.

Accessing the Production Dashboard

Rhumbix production data is submitted along with timecards so the Production dashboard can be found under the Time Cards section of the Main Menu.


Setting Filters


After accessing the production page, users need to select a project in the Right Rail to filter. Users can also select the week they’d like to view, as well as whether they’d like to see all cost codes or just codes with hours or production logged. Next, press apply at the bottom of the window to view the data.

Navigating the Production Dashboard


On this page, total hours and production are shown per cost code broken out for each of the trailing 4 weeks. On the left is the cost code information, followed by the last four weeks of hour and production data. In the right section is Job-to-Date calculations, Budget Quantities, and finally To Go Quantity showing the quantities that are remaining.


Users can group their production data by cost code group. To do this, click on None in the top action bar, and then select Code Code Group. This is a useful way to organize your cost codes and see where you stand across codes within a specific group.

Adding and Managing Quantities


Users can review, enter, and true-up production entries on this page as well. Line up whichever cost codes you wish to modify and double click into one of the cells for any of the 4 weeks shown.


This will open the Modify Production pane on the right for that week and cost code. Any existing timecards with hours or production against the cost code will be shown in the table as a row. If none exist, the table will be blank.


To add new production data, click Add Entry at the top. The author name, date, and unit of measurement will be prefilled in the new row, but users can double click into the name or date to edit those fields. Users can also fill in the red box under *Discreet Quantity, and also fill in the location and description for the production data. Once complete, press save and close to confirm your new production data. The table will refresh automatically with the new production data entered on this page.

*Discrete Quantity amounts are cumulative while % Complete amounts should reflect the JTD % complete

Exporting Production Data


Users can also export the data on this table using the export button at the top of the page. Click on the export button and select CSV or Excel format. This will download a file with all of your field data within the selected filters.

For more information on Production Tracking, you can always check out our Support Center.

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