Upon logging on to PWA you will be directed to your Home page.
To view your tasks click the “My Tasks” link on the Quick Launch bar on the left.
In the “My Tasks” page follow these steps to update your tasks:
1. Click in the “Progress” field on the row of the task you want to update. This will bring up a calendar that displays the current week.
2. If you need to enter time for a week other than the current week, use the arrow buttons beside the week-span dates at the top of the calendar box to navigate to the correct week. Enter your work for that task in the “Actual Work” line. Enter your work, in hours, for the corresponding day. Continue to enter time for that task on others days you worked on it, as necessary. Click away from the calendar to refresh your My Tasks page. Do the same for any other tasks that need updating.
3. When finished entering progress on your tasks, check the boxes to the left of the tasks you want to submit for updates.
4. When you are ready to submit your updated tasks to your Project Manager, click “Submit Selected” at the bottom right of the screen.
5. You will be prompted with an option to add comments with your task updates. Comments are not required. You can type in a comment or leave it blank. Then click “OK”.
6. You will return to the “My Tasks” page; your tasks successfully submitted.
Another way to update your tasks is on the “Assignment Details” page. To update your tasks on the “Assignment Details” page follow these steps:
1. From the “My Tasks” page click directly on the task name of the task you want to update.
2. This opens the “Assignment Details” page. Here you will see a calendar similar to what you see when updating in the “My Tasks” page. But here you will see more details pertaining to the task like: Total Work and Remaining Work. Update your task in the calendar, the same way you would if you were in the “My Tasks” page. When finished updating that task click “Save”. You will return to the “My Tasks” page. From there you can continue with updating and/or submitting your tasks.
Posted By: Rick Nobleman