Three easy steps to scheduling: Initialize, Modify and Post

You can schedule weeks, months, or even a year ahead! When it’s time to create more schedule, first initialize from one or more templates. Next, handle any replacements for employees that are out, add any additional shifts needed, and make any other date specific changes. You can use our automation to help fill in any remaining unfilled shifts. Finally, post the schedule so that your employees can see it. Done!

Employees can see when they work anytime, from anywhere!

Once the schedule is posted, employees can see their schedule as far ahead as you post it. You can permit them to see only their own schedules, everyone’s schedule, or only the shifts that are relevant to them. If permitted, employees can request shift swaps or to sign up for open shifts.

Use templates to maintain the usual schedule or special rotations

Add your typical weekly or bi-weekly schedule into one or more templates. With a click you can import the normal schedule from these templates into the Schedule, as a starting point for your scheduling process. You can even schedule months at a time from a single week template! Templates can be a rotation of any number of days. If your schedule is completely ad hoc, you don’t have to use templates at all.