At the end of the day, an asset is just something that generates revenue for your business. Assets are typically static and are physical. Assets can be anything from apartment units to physical equipment. Anything that you’d like to associate a work order to.
UpKeep is the central location for all your asset information. Upload additional resource files like manuals or schematics, view work orders completed on the asset, view updates from your team, and more.
We have two levels on the Asset hierarchy. This includes our Parent Asset and our Child-Asset. Child assets are components of the Parent asset where you may be completing work on or maintaining as well. Your assets may qualify as a child asset if your parent asset does not function without that asset.
Within UpKeep, they can be assigned to locations and each asset can have a 2 layer hierarchy of asset and sub-asset (or parent and child asset).
- Navigate to the Assets section
- Click on + Asset
- Give it a name, take a picture, add a barcode, and other information you need for your asset
- Finally, once your information is entered, click Submit or Save!
How to Use Assets and Additional Information
Within the Assets tab, you are able to also:
- Filter your Assets
- Export your Assets
- Customize your View
How to Filter your Assets (and create a quick filter)
On the top left-hand side of your Assets page is a filter button (looks like a funnel). Click on that to access the different filtering options so you can sort into your view the Assets you are looking for. This is super helpful if you have a lot of assets entered into your system.
Click on Reset Filters to clear any selected filters and start fresh.
How to Export your Assets
You can export all of your assets. Or if you filter your assets first, you can export only the assets that have been sorted into your view.
How to Customize your Assets View
You can customize the table view to show you the fields most relevant to you or switch to a Card View! Look for those buttons and click on them for further customizability. See the GIF below as an example: