Global Site Diaries Page

Adam Klug
Adam Klug
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Site Diaries are a great way to track what happened on site for a given day.

Our new Site Diaries page will allow you to view any site diary, associated to any order or project.

To access the global Site Diaries page:

In the Assignar menu, expand the Field Data section and click Site Diary.


To filter the list of site diaries:

There are 2 ways to filter on this page; Search Bar and Advanced Filter.

Search Bar

Use the Search Bar to quickly search across a range of fields.

  1. Click on the Search Bar at the top of the page
  2. Type in your search term
  3. The page will automatically update to show the relevant results


Note that the Search Bar will return matching results based on multiple fields. As an example, it will return results that match the Project, Order or Submitted By.


Advanced Filter

Use the Advanced Filter when you want to search using greater granularity.

  1. Click on the Advanced Filter icon to open the filter options
  2. Select the options you wish to filter by
  3. Click the Search button to submit your filter and review the results

To view the details of a site diary

Once you have found the required site diary, simply click on the row within the table and you will be taken to the Site Diary detail page.

Here you can see a summary of the day, including the weather, total hours logged and the status of the site diary.

In the detail below, you can see the task details (e.g. time logged) as well as any additional questions that you may have added to the site diary and the supervisor and client sign-offs.



To go back to the Site Diaries page, click the back button at the top left of the page:

To download a pdf of Site Diaries:

  1. Tick the checkbox for the relevant Site Diary
    Note that you can tick multiple Site Diaries, or use the Select All option if needed
  2. Click the Print button


The PDFs will download into your device's default download folder.


Some web browsers don't allow you to download multiple files from a single click. If you notice that only one of the selected pdfs have downloaded, check your browser settings. In Chrome, you may notice a pop-up on the top left of your browser asking you to enable multiple file downloads.



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