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When using the Schedule Assistant to look for available resources to schedule a work order or fulfill a requirement, you can sort the resources displayed to find the best matching resource. Out of the box, the sorting can be done on one of these fields:
On the Schedule Assistant, this sorting can be applied in two ways:
The sort order is applied whether you select from the Sort dropdown list or the Sort result by filter.
What if you want to default a specific sorting on Schedule Assistant? For example, let’s say you’re sorting your resource recommendations on the Schedule Assistant in descending order of Total Available Time on all your searches. It would save time to set the default to sort by descending order of Total Available Time of the resources.
Here is how to set the default the sort order on the Schedule Assistant.
<!– order by descending total available time –>
<name ufx-type=”string” ufx-formatvalue=”totalavailabletime”>totalavailabletime</name>
<descending ufx-type=”bool” ufx-formatvalue=”true”>true</descending>
Check out these blog posts to find more details about Total Available Time and UFX
Program Manager, Dynamics 365 Engineering
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