All instances of a Multi-Day Job work together as a single job. As such, certain changes such as status changes affect all instances of the job. This is particularly important when marking Multi-Day Jobs as complete. It’s best to not complete any job instances until the last day when all work is complete. If you were to complete the job before the last instance, no job history will be recorded past the point where the job was completed.
When you go to mark an instance as complete from the Dispatch Board, you will receive this prompt:
If the date you select on this prompt is before the last job instance, any instances after that date will be removed from the Dispatch Board. Any time logged will be retained but you will not have any of the budgeting or job costing information for those days.
When the Invoice for a Multi-Day Job is generated, there will be one line item for each completed Service regardless of how many days it took to complete the Job. If your Multi-Day Job only had one Service that means it was not a Work Order. The Invoice would only show a single line item for that single Service. If your Multi-Day Job was a Work Order (it had multiple Services), each Service would show as a separate line item on the Invoice.