Available On: Starter, Professional and Business Plus
The Multi-Asset PM (MAPM) feature streamlines PM record management for similar assets with shared tasks. For instance, an annual inspection involving identical steps across a group of assets can now be managed by adding them to a single multi-asset PM. This generates individual work orders while maintaining task consistency. 📋🛠️👥
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How to Set Up Multi Asset PM Triggers
Navigate to the Preventive Maintenance Page via left hand side bar
Click the Blue button that says "create Trigger" NOTE! You will now see the option for "none or 1" and " Multiple" select "Multiple"
Once the new Pm Trigger template opens, scroll down to the "Asset -Specific data" and click "manage asset and related data"
You will see a new window pop open where you can then "choose asset"
Once you "choose Asset", you will then have a box pop open where you can search the name of the assets and place a check mark in the box of the ones you want to add
Once you have added all the ones you wan on this PM Trigger, You will now see them listed out. If you are done, click "done"
You can choose what specific start and end date and time you want for each specific asset
Pick What Start Date and Time you want:
You can also add Specific Locations and Users to each of these assets as well:
Once you have done this, you can continue to fill in the rest of the PM trigger details such as Parts, user and schedule.
Once the Trigger has been created, you can view all assets under "asset - specific Data" tab
How to Add or Remove Assets, from Multi Asset PM Triggers
Locate the PM Trigger from your list page
Click on this Pm Trigger and on the next page click "edit"
Scroll Down to "asset -specific Data and click "manage asset and related data"
On the next screen you will see a list of all the asset tied to this PM Trigger. From here you can do the following options:
Once done, click done at the bottom and your changes will be saved to this PM Trigger and will apply on the next work order that will fire off in the sequence.