Print Plan Reports

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You can use plan reports to print lists of people serving on a specific team, your service order, service times recorded in Services LIVE, songs used in a plan, and more. You can also create your own custom plan reports.

If you are using a Safari browser, you must have Safari version 11 or higher to print plan reports. Any other supported browsers will also work.

When you are viewing a plan, click print.

Once you are viewing a plan, click "Print"

The  Standard Report is the default report. You can select or deselect items to customize what's printed in the Standard report.

The "Standard Report" is the default report in the "Print Options" box

Open the Report dropdown menu to view other report options.

You can also print other reports from the drop down menu

 

  1. Custom Reports are reports someone in your church has created just for you. You can also modify the Custom Reports or create your own.
  2. Standard Custom Reports are the more popular custom reports that are set up for you so that you don't have to create the custom report yourself.

When you are ready to generate your report, click Submit.

  • If you chose to print in PDF format, a PDF version of the report will download automatically.
  • If you chose to print in HTML format, the report will open in another browser tab.

Next time you print a plan report using the same device and browser, your print settings will be saved!

Open the sections below to see examples of some of the Standard Custom Reports.

PEOPLE: Plan People With Contact Info

This report shows the list of people scheduled to teams and their contact information.

PLAN: Color With Series Art

This report is printed in color and shows the service order, people and general notes, the time planned for each service element, and people assigned to specific teams.

PLAN: Simplified Production Flow

This reports shows the team assignments and a simplified service order, including schedule and length of items.

LIVE: Recorded Times

This report can be generated after a service to collect information about the planned and actual length of different service items.

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