Learn about the hierarchy of jobs and tasks – and how to create jobs and manage them in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
This is how Mette explains it …
Mette Thavlov Neukirch, contributor to Usedynamics.com – More about Mette Thavlov Neukirch
In my daily work as a consultant, I see that people find it difficult to understand the hierarchy of jobs in Business Central – with the job in the top level, the job task in the middle level, and the planning lines and job ledger entries in the third level showing the expected and the realized.
If you understand this hierarchy, you’re a long way, so my first videos in this collection are about the job hierachy.
Then I will show you how to create jobs in different ways, and how to manage jobs in your daily work, including how you invoice jobs to the customers.