This article contains a quick overview of the different tools you can use in an open log.
To read more on each topic, click the links in the table of contents.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
In the section called "Tasks" in RAYVN you can do the following:
- See different tasks created, if they have been assigned to you or others.
- See when different tasks are due
- See which tasks are completed, and who completed them.
- Create new tasks, delegate them and set deadlines for each task.
In the upper right corner you can see a "traffic light" where you will find the current status of all persons in your active log.
If you click on the icon, you'll find a list of all participants, sortedby which team they are a part of.
If you want, you can add more people or more teams to your log in this section.
Under this section, you'll find a list of all files uploaded to the log, like for example pictures or phone lists.
If you want to upload a file, you can do that in the main feed.
In the map, you will see the location of where the log was started (if the position has been marked to begin with, or if the log is connected to a site). You'll also be able to see the position of any participant who is using the app version of RAYVN, and any new incidents that you've created in the log. To place incidents in the map, go to incidents and click the position marker. Then select the position you want to place the incident in, either by clicking directly in the map or by using GPS coordinates or the address of the location.
The section called "Current status" is where you can organize things by numbers, like for example set up how many cars you have available to help during the incident, how many volunteers have come to help, how many fire extinguishers are available, and so on.
You can also pin a specific status-field to the board, to highlight it. Once pinned to the board, the status will be visible for everyone in the active log.
Speaking of incidents. Should another incident related to your log occur, you can manage this directly from the same log. Go to the section called "Incidents", and click "Create new incident" to create a new incident. Once this is done, you can place the incident on the map, connect a team to handle the specific incident, create tasks for the incident, and post things related to the specific incident in its own feed.
Anything posted in the specific incident feed will also show up in the main feed, but all other posts from the main feed will not be shown in the incident feed.
In this section you'll find an overview of all stakeholders connected to your log. You can add more stakeholders to the log by clicking "Mobilize stakeholders".
You'll need to have an agreement with the stakeholders you want to add to the log before you can add them to the log. This is done in the "Account settings".
Next of kin
This section is only available to those with the "Next of kin" module. You need to create a "Next of kin" team to be able to use the center.
Once activated, the selected "Next of kin"-team can use this section to handle information flow between the people affected by the incident at hand, and their next of kin.