Welders list in WeldTrace


This knowledge base article is about adding and managing welders in WeldTrace. 
Welders list page

  1. All the welders in your account will be listed here. Click on a welder ID to view that welder's qualifications and other details of that welder; 
  2. The status button for active status is a tick mark. A cross indicates that the welder is marked as inactive (can be seen only when you slide the status button - see point. 13);
  3. If your account is in the Pro plan, you can give login access to welders. If a welder has been given login access with no restrictions on login, this icon will appear with a blue border. Welders who are given login access, but are restricted from logging in, this icon will have a red border. Check this article to learn more: Login for Welders;
  4. The traffic lights here will show the number of welder qualifications that are current (green), expiring within one month (orange) and the number of qualifications that have expired (red);
  5. The traffic light colors for the qualifications by process column will show the processes that are current (green), expiring within one month (orange) and those that have expired (red);
  6. Click here to add a welder and the welder's qualifications (see the next article for details - Add Welders);
  7. Click here to do a bulk file upload of the BYO welder qualifications (see the next article for details - Add Welders);
  8. Click here to view the welder continuity report for all the welders;
  9. Click here to open the interface where you can manually extend a welder's continuity;
  10. Click here to view all the records for manual extension of welder's continuity;
  11. Click here to add welders and their qualifications (BYO i.e. generated elsewhere) by importing a CSV file. A CSV file (comma separated values) can be edited using Excel;
  12. Click here to export the welders list to a CSV file that you can open with Excel;
  13. Only the welders with the 'active' status will be available for use in projects. Slide this button to view the "inactive" welders. You will have to edit a welder and change the status manually to inactive or active. This will not be done automatically;
  14. You can search for welders by their ID, name, company name, etc;
Read the next article: Add Welders

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