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rafal [Duties in SCHEDULE]
leon:duties [2020/01/22 14:57]
bartek [Duty requests]
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-==== Duties in SCHEDULE ​====+==== Duties in OPS ====
  
-Right below the list of your defined duties you can find an option to assign duties to appear in a section ​SCHEDULE: **Positioning** and **Simulator**.+Right below the list of your defined duties you can find an option to assign duties to appear in a section ​OPS: **Positioning** and **Simulator**.
  
  
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 It is possible to add more than 1 live duty on the same day. If it's the same duty - click an icon {{:​leon:​icons:​fleet-doc.png|}} after selecting duty. If it's a different live duty on the same day (i.e.Positioning and Simulator) simply click on the same day and select another duty - Leon will show both duty icons: ​ {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​Sim Pos Icon.png?​|}} It is possible to add more than 1 live duty on the same day. If it's the same duty - click an icon {{:​leon:​icons:​fleet-doc.png|}} after selecting duty. If it's a different live duty on the same day (i.e.Positioning and Simulator) simply click on the same day and select another duty - Leon will show both duty icons: ​ {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​Sim Pos Icon.png?​|}}
  
-In SCHEDULE table view all above duties appear as below.+In OPS > Table view all above duties appear as below.
  
 {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​Duty in schedule1.png?​nolink|}} {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​Duty in schedule1.png?​nolink|}}
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 If there are **no duties** scheduled and the crew are already assigned to a flight, changing aircraft type will remove the crew from this flight. Changing the type of an aircraft back to the previously assigned one, will re-assign the same crew. If there are **no duties** scheduled and the crew are already assigned to a flight, changing aircraft type will remove the crew from this flight. Changing the type of an aircraft back to the previously assigned one, will re-assign the same crew.
  
-<​box>​**Changing an aircraft registration or type in a section ​Schedule ​does not result in changing duties (their types and colours) in a section Crew > Duties**</​box>​+<​box>​**Changing an aircraft registration or type in a section ​OPS does not result in changing duties (their types and colours) in a section Crew > Duties**</​box>​
  
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 In the roster there are also 2 columns: **Days Off** and **Days On**.  In the roster there are also 2 columns: **Days Off** and **Days On**. 
  
-Columns '​**Days off**' and '​**Days on**' can be a helpful feature in a proportional planning of crew. 'Days off' column displays all duties where type of duty has been specified as '​Off'​ in a section Settings > Duties Setup, i.e. 'Day off' or '​Leave',​ or days where no duty has been selected. Column 'Days on' shows all duties assigned in the roster as well as other activities such as: flights, positionings and office duties (added either in SCHEDULE ​section or in the roster - defined at the bottom of the duties list).+Columns '​**Days off**' and '​**Days on**' can be a helpful feature in a proportional planning of crew. 'Days off' column displays all duties where type of duty has been specified as '​Off'​ in a section Settings > Duties Setup, i.e. 'Day off' or '​Leave',​ or days where no duty has been selected. Column 'Days on' shows all duties assigned in the roster as well as other activities such as: flights, positionings and office duties (added either in OPS section or in the roster - defined at the bottom of the duties list).
  
 To view number of all the days off & on, first you need to specify the start date in the filter field: **Count cumulative duty from**. ​ To view number of all the days off & on, first you need to specify the start date in the filter field: **Count cumulative duty from**. ​
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 ===== Duty requests ===== ===== Duty requests =====
  
-[{{ :leon:crew-duties:​accepting ​request.jpg?​120|Accepting crew duty request}}]+It is possible for the crew members to **request** duty from the **Leon mobile app**.
  
-[{{ :​leon:​crew-duties:​rejecting request.jpg?​120|Rejecting crew duty request}}]+**Adding requests in mobile app**
  
-It is also possible for the crew members ​to add duty requests to the duty roster ​(if the right privileges have been defined ​in the section ​.+[{{ :​mobile:​new-app:​adding requests1.jpg?​100|Adding new request}}] 
 +[{{ :​mobile:​new-app:​List of requests.png?​100|The list of requests}}] 
 + 
 +In order to **request** a duty, select the menu "​Requests"​ and use the icon {{:​mobile:​new-app:​plus.jpg?​30|}}  
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 +Select a start date, end date, and the duty, ie.: day off/​holiday/​training.  
 + 
 +The list consists of all duties defined by the operator in Settings > Duties Setup. ​It is also possible ​to enter a note, ie.: with the reason ​for the request. This note will be viewed along with the request by the person planning duties.  
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 +In order to **delete** the request, go back to the list of requests, select the one you would like to delete and use the option "​Delete"​ and confirm.  
 + 
 +Once the duty is requested, the person/dept responsible for planning duties will see the request in the roster ​- the requested duty will appear in brackets {{:​leon:​icons:​duty-request.png|}} - if the request is approved, will be able to remove the request and assign the requested duty instead. In such case, the request will be removed from the list of requests ​in the Mobile App and replaced with the actual duty in the Mobile App calendar.  
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 +**CREW PANEL** 
 + 
 +Requests of duties made by crew in Leon mobile apap are displayed in Crew Panel this way: {{:​leon:​crew-panel:​Duty requests.png|}} 
 + 
 +Right-click with the mouse to either accept the request, to decline it, or to check history of changes. 
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 +{{:​leon:​crew-panel:​accepting requests.png|}} 
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 +**CREW DUTIES**
  
 Duty requests are displayed in red brackets, i.e. {{:​leon:​icons:​duty-request.png?​|}} and can be accepted by crew planner (mark requested duties and click on the same one in pop-up window, in '​Add/​Edit'​),​ or rejected (click on the duty-icon in '​Delete'​ part of the window). Duty requests are displayed in red brackets, i.e. {{:​leon:​icons:​duty-request.png?​|}} and can be accepted by crew planner (mark requested duties and click on the same one in pop-up window, in '​Add/​Edit'​),​ or rejected (click on the duty-icon in '​Delete'​ part of the window).
  
-Crew can also make requests on days where duties have already been assigned. For example, a pilot has been assigned 4 days of training, but wants to have holiday on those days - the pilot can mark days of training in the roster and make a request. In such a case already added duties codes remain black, but are in red brackets. 
  
 {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​request for existing duty.jpg|}} {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​request for existing duty.jpg|}}
  
-Crew planner see also the above duties - when hovering the mouse over, Leon shows details of the request as well as details of the existing duty.+When hovering the mouse over the request, Leon shows details of the request as well as details of the existing duty.
  
 {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​request pop up.jpg|}} {{:​leon:​crew-duties:​request pop up.jpg|}}
  
-Approving a request in the above example works in the same way as described at the beginning of this chapter. 
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-Crew members can also delete requests from duty roster - either one by one, by clicking on the appropriate duty-icon below '​Delete'​ in the pop-up window, or by marking more than one duty-type and clicking on the '​Requests'​ icon in the same pop-up window. 
  
-As a **crew planner** you can delete crew duty requests in the same way. 
  
  
  
leon/duties.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/30 08:00 by rafal