How can a SP view all of the Check-Ins in a Post? Follow

Topics Covered:

Target Users:
  • Service Providers
  • Organization Administrators
Required Permissions:
  • Manage Assignments
  • Manage Assignment Process


Service Providers(SP) have higher privileges in the ADS application. As a SP, I should be able to see all Check-Ins in a post. Login as a SP to the ADS application. From the Service Provider Dashboard, SP may select the post and then the “Check-In” menu. Please see the Figure-1 below.


Figure 1

View All Check-Ins

When the Post Service Provider select the “Check-In” menu, the Post Check-In page will be displayed. This page has the information about all employee's Check-In whose PCS request has been approved. Please see Figure-2 below. Data in the page includes Assignee information, Assignee Post information, Arrival date, Check-in information.  


Figure 2

View the Assignment Details page

The Post Service Provider can also see the Assignment details information for all assignments listed by selecting the “View Assignment” Image. Please see Figure-3 below for the Assignment Details page. The Post Service Providers can do the following:

  • Set the Arrival and Departure Date
  • Update Positions
  • Update Employee Profile
  • Set Assignment Fields
  • Add/Update/Delete the Household members for the assignment
  • Able to view ENS (Emergency Contact Info) of the assignee
  • Add/Update/Delete Alternate Locations (Work location and Schools)
  • Add/Update/Delete the Vehicle information for the assignment
  • Add/Update/Delete the Pets information for the assignment



View the Assignment Check-In Process

The Post Service Provider can also see the Check-In Process details information for all assignments listed by selecting the “View Check-In” Image. Please see Figure-4 below. The Assignment Check-In page has information about the:

  • Process
  • Sub-Process
  • Tasks for each Sub-Process
  • Task Assigned To
  • Status of the Task

The assigned users of the task may select the task to complete the task.

Figure 4





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