Farm Equipment Inventory
An app for farm equipment inventory management.
How we built this appThis app features many useful functions. [In-Line Views] When you click on a specific piece of equipment, you can see the Maintenance Records for that specific piece of equipment. These records are kept in a separate table and linked to the equipment through a reference; when you specify a reference in the other table to THIS table, AppSheet automatically creates an In-Line View. [Conditional Formatting] I've created formatting rules for equipment that has maintenance being done on it, as well as the priority for that maintenance. Anything with a wrench icon currently has on-going maintenance; anything that's red has a High priority, and anything that's yellow has a Medium priority. [Slices] The On-Going and Completed Maintenance views utilize a slice to only show the maintenance records that match that specific criteria: Completed or On-Going. There are numerous possibilities for expansion of this app: you could create workflows to send email notifications when maintenance is done; you could add a "Cost of Upkeep" table to track the costs from the maintenance records; you could add a "Scheduled Maintenance" table and connect it to your Google Calendar; you could add a chart to track costs visually. Further, the structure of the app could be adapted for any number of other applications: project management (where the locations are team members, equipment are projects, maintenance records are tasks), shipments, orders, inventory-- any number of applications are possible. The concept of "Nested" objects will take you far with AppSheet: nested, meaning the "Maintenance Notes" belong to the specific "Maintenance Record," and THEY belong to the specific "Equipment." It's this idea-- one item belonging to another-- that really opens up the possibilities of data management and true usefulness.
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