When you make a job inactive it should go into an inactive file. That way it doesn't clog up your active jobs. Especially for those of us who have a lot of jobs going at one time
Thanks for sharing your idea about the active and inactive jobs. We’ll look into cleaning up that jobs screen for you.
Did you know that you can already filter that screen by active/inactive jobs? Just go to Admin > Jobs, change the page view to 50, and click the “Status” column. This will group your active jobs near the top, and the inactive ones near the bottom.
Of course, this isn’t a “folder”, but it can help strain out inactive jobs from active ones. We’ll keep monitoring this ticket to see what other support it gathers. Please keep voting, folks.
ServiceMaster of Winchester commented
I agree. I have three locations and multiple jobs going on, some for over a year at a time. Being able to make them inactive wold be very helpful.
Leaving jobs viewable in the jobs list makes it difficult to find specific jobs when you have multiple pages of jobs. The only way to remove them now is to delete them, but I don't want to lose the data.