View option for information and calculation rows in the schedule

Hamburg-based RIMC Hotels & Resorts implements d2o's Productivity Management tool PMI in 16 of its hotels

Written by Geson Perry

April 5, 2024

April 5, 2024

If you’re having issues with the custom rows (information and calculation rows) in the PMI Schedule, here are some things to consider:

  1. Green Rows: The custom rows in PMI Schedule, both information and calculation rows, are displayed with a green background color. This is a design feature to help users easily identify these rows.
  2. Visibility Issues: If one user can see the green rows but another user cannot, it’s likely due to the ‘View Options’ settings. Each user’s view can be customized in PMI, and these settings can affect the visibility of the green rows. To ensure these rows are visible, check the ‘View Options’ settings and make sure the option to “Show information” rows is enabled.
  3. Access Rights: Remember, the ability to add or modify these custom rows might be restricted based on a user’s access rights. Typically, users with administrative rights or specific departmental roles can add or modify these rows.
  4. Data Input: For information rows, you can manually input relevant data as a reference point when scheduling. For calculation rows, they are used to calculate the number of hours that will be needed, based on a specific rule. Make sure the data input is correct to ensure accurate calculations

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