The task priority is composed of a number (from 1 to 99) and a letter (for example, S for Statutory, P for Production, A for Auxiliary, C for Contingency).
Examples: 1A, 1P, 99A, and 4C
Task priorities are primarily used to sort tasks.
Task priority is used determine the display order of tasks everywhere they are arranged in a list configuration, such as in the Planning Board and Shift Plan screens.
Fewzion first considers the S, P, A or C at the end of priority (e.g. 1S), where S is the highest priority and C the lowest; then, the number at the beginning of the priority (e.g. 1S), where 1 is the highest priority and 99 the lowest is considered.
Examples: 1S, 5S, 1P, 10P, 6A and 1C
In the above example, the two Ss are shown before the two Ps, followed by the A and lastly the C task
When two or more tasks have exactly the same priority (e.g. three 5A tasks), they are sorted alphabetically on a sub-level by their respective task descriptions.
- 5A - Daily checks on Breaker…
- 5A - Daily inspections on 33ct…
- 5A - Test dump valve every 4…
Fewzion may be configured to sort tasks in one of two ways
- by priory and then description (default)
- by task type, priority and then description
The latter is more convenient when a multitude of tasks are consistently being scheduled on each shift, as it more effectively groups tasks within their corresponding type.