When you click on an individual gig from the table view, you will see a lot more information about the gig. You'll see all the same fields as the table, as well as a few more additional details. Almost all of these fields are editable, except for those listed under the Role or any other item that comes directly from your program request overview.
(In order from top left)
Status - The top bar contains the gig's status and sub-status, and is color coded to match with the primary status bar on the Gigs tab. We also show you how recently the gig occurred or will occur if a date is present.
Details - At the top of the gig beneath the status bar, you will find the program and gig details. This section includes the Program Name (Beauty Demo Program Pro, above), Gig Title (Sephora above, which is typically the location name), Products (Beauty Product 1, 2, 3, etc. in blue pill form), Expense policy (if applicable), Gig Details (if applicable), and Agency Guidance (if applicable).
Date: Shows time, date, and time of the gig
Location: Shows location name and address of the gig, as well as city/state
Talent Company: Shows which company is responsible for managing the talent (typically your own if self-managed, or the agency if you’re working with one)
Assigned Talent: Shows the name of the talent assigned to the gig (or not assigned, if no one has yet)
Role: Shows the name of role used on the gig, bill rate, attire, and any other role-related information.
Report: Shows the report that will (or has been) asked. If the gig has not yet started, you will see no information entered. Once the report has been completed and verified, all report answers will be shown here.
Owner: Shows the owner/contact for the gig.
When you view a gig in a specific state, you can take a variety of associated actions. These actions are accessible on the right-hand side of the gig details and will default to the primary action on each gig.
For example, if a gig is 'Awaiting Verification' - the primary action will show you verify, return, and reject options. Alternatively, if the gig is awaiting manager approval, the primary action will show yes/no/tbd approval steps. If there is no primary action to take, we will show you a list of available actions (such as Cancel or Duplicate).
Once you take action on a gig, take note of its refreshed state. Often times, you may have just moved the gig from one status to the next -- good for you! Let's make sure it goes all the way to Finished!