Different Uses for Limble
Innovative and Creative Uses for Limble's Features
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Written by Cynthia Blanco
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Limble is innovative, versatile, and can be used to fit your specific maintenance needs. There are multiple ways that our features can be used, all of which are designed to help make your work easier and more organized. To demonstrate this versatility, we have put together two videos to show you how to take full advantage of Limble and what it has to offer.

Custom Fabrication Shop

In this first video, we chose to demonstrate how Limble can be used as a custom fabrication shop. Using the example of assembling a metal picnic table, we will show you how you can take Work Orders a step further. 

Some examples include:

  • How Assets can represent different customers.

  • How Work Orders can represent a customer's order and the details necessary to complete it.

  • How Work Orders can keep track of the time and costs necessary to complete the order. 

Project Request System

In our second video we will show you how Limble can be used to create a project request system. 

In this scenario, the Work Order function was used as a Project Request function. There are many different ways that you can customize your Work Requests to better fit your workflow. 

To do this, you will first need to go to the "Setup Work Requests" tab. There, you will select your location and click the "Customize" Link.

Once you click "Customize" a box will appear that has the Work Requests settings. You will want to scroll down to "Advanced Settings". Under "Advanced Settings" you can change the title of your Work Requests and the format of the template. For this video, the title was changed to "Project Request."

Once you click "Customize Template," this is the box that will appear. These are the settings to customize the layout of your Work Request template. Some of the features highlighted in our video was requesting approval. For the video scenario, the VP of sales approval was needed. If you want that for every project request, you can choose to have the "Request Approval" step on your template. 

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