It can be frustrating when you are looking for your project in the table_chart Projects module, but you can't find it. Try the options below and hopefully your project will pop up.
Time period not corresponding
Most projects have a time schedule with a usage and planning period. In the table_chart Projects module, projects are shown based on the time period you select. If you can't see your project, it can be the case that (a part of) the planning period of the project is not corresponding with the selected time period. To change the time period, take the following steps:
- Go to the table_chart Projects module.
- Click date_range
- Select a time period, as in the example below.
No time period
Sometimes, your project doesn't have a time period. No specified times can be useful for sale projects, where you don't know when the actual sales of the equipment items take place.
To find such projects, select "Without date" when choosing a date in date_range.
Options in project view selected
In the table_chart Projects module, you can select different views. In the top right, you can select one of the four options:
- filter_list List: The projects will be shown in a list.
- date_range Per day: The projects will be grouped per day.
- event Calendar: The projects will be shown in a calendar overview.
- access_time Timeline: The projects will be shown in a timeline overview.
In the latter three cases, you can select which project days you want to show. You can select all days or a combination of the following:
- Equipment in
- Equipment out
- Need crew
- Need transport
These options can prevent a project from popping up when searching for it. Keep these settings in mind and use them in your advantage.
Your project doesn't meet filter requirements
Filters can be useful to narrow down your search for projects. However, filtering also means that some projects will be hidden. If you can't find your project, make sure you are not having any filters or tags selected which can prevent your project from showing up.