The Waiting List
Here followeth the schedule for Ironwork orders.
This is set up in the form of a Gantt chart, and it represents my intended work schedule through the end of the wait list. I’ve identified each job with the customer’s first initial and first three letters of the last name, what is included in the order, and tentative start and completion dates for each job.
The timeline is color coded to give an indication of each job’s status and whether I’m running on time or not. A red block means I’m behind schedule on that job; yellow means I’m working on it, green means it’s still pending. Grey means the job is complete (though you won’t see a lot of grey here, as I’ll remove those from the list usually within a week).
I will update this chart at least whenever the status of a job on the list changes between pending, active, and complete, and whenever a change of start and completion dates is needed. I hope I have allowed enough play in the schedule to be able to avoid having to do that.
Below you will find a link to an uneditable version of the original chart in my Google Drive. The image you see here is just a screenshot of the chart, as my account does not presently support embedment of the original on this webpage so that live updates would be possible — therefore, the link will give you the most up-to-date view. Perhaps there will not often be much discrepancy, but there will probably be some lag time between an actual change in status to a job and revisions to the chart.