Insights Chapter 13 : Analysing Digital Dockets - Part 1

Adam Klug
Adam Klug
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Please note : Digital docket data is not real time. This data gets refreshed once a day. But we are in the process of making this data available to you near real time.


When we start to create a digital docket template, the basic information that we can associate with this docket template is

You can very easily slice this docket template and its docket submissions by the above shown entities like Clients, Projects, Supervisors.


Worker Group Questions 

A digital docket, has a set of worker groups. You can add some of the associations to these worker groups, but you can also add more worker groups too.   

So, if you want to analyse these details of a digital docket, you can do so as shown below.

The “Question” within the digital docket details shows that it is a “Worker Question“. The answers to those Workers questions are as follows:

  • worker name = Answer Fieldworker

  • asset = Answer Asset/Equipment

  • task = Answer Task/Roles

  • shift = From Digital Docket Details, you can useAnswer Shift Start DateAnswer Shift End DateAnswer Shift Total TimeAnswer Shift Break Time

Group Index Questions tells you which worker/shift/asset/task questions are a collection or a part of a sub group.

So in the above example all details in Group Question Index = 1 belong to a Worker = “Josh McKinnon“.  

Docket Submissions

Now if you want to see how many dockets were submitted by your Fieldworkers  then you can simply do so by using the following entity “Created By Fieldworker Users”


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