Task Time Frame

Task Time Frame was created in order to help prioritize and schedule tasks for your staff members.
In some cases, multiple tasks may be scheduled for the exact date and time for the same staff member (i.e., check-out cleaning due to the same default check-out time) which clearly isn't possible for execution by the specific staff member.

A time frame contains a start time when a task can start and a time by which it must be finished that provides the required information of how flexible the task is and allows for the rescheduling of the tasks for that cleaner such that all tasks may be completed on time.

Example:
Suppose check-out cleanings are always scheduled to start at checkout, in addition, they can only start once the guest checks out (i.e., when the room will be available for cleaning), and must finish before the next guest checks in.


In our example, see the 3 listings below and their reservations (current and next) were created.

 

By using the time frames for the above scenario it is clear that Task 3 is the most urgent one, while Task 2 and Task 1 are more flexible and can be postponed even until the next day (Task 2 will be before Task 1 due to an early 'must finish' time) and the final planning would look like this:

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