Allow me to set my work day, say from 7 am to 9 pm and then when clicking on the time
Allow me to set my work day,
say from 7 am to 9 pm and then when clicking on the time, I dont have to scroll from, 12 am to 7am
Make it a user defined default but if I want I can start the clock at 5 am on the odd time that may happen.
This is a great idea and something we definitely want to implement as we continue to improve the scheduler to be even better.
Please keep voting and commenting as the more support this gets the faster it will get built!
Painting DAILY LABOR #2 commented
As I do scheduling it does not highlight the name of the employee once assigned a job or give me a count of how many bodies I have done so far. This would be a visual aid.
Let me set up my own default time (7:00 to 3:30)
Rick Manning commented
Enable us (admin) to assign each employee their own start and stop time. As I understand, you can only set one start & end time for all employees. Even setting up a shit or department doesn't work here because you have to assign these solutions to a specific project - when that's not the point. We need start and end times for each employee - regardless of the project or task they're working on. Thanks!
Ellen Anderson commented
A start/end time should be included in the job set up. It would make it easier during scheduling so you don't have to edit each person. It would also be more time efficient for the person setting the schedules.
Doug Stephen commented
Most of our shifts and probably most businesses operate from 7ish thru 5ish... Default should be something like that. I don't know many people who work from 12am to 12am.
Jon Johnson commented
Set a default schedule (time) for any given job or all jobs when dragging/dropping shifts onto the schedule. There are default times available when using the Add Shift button but it would be nice to have this when dragging dropping also.
Katy Wilson commented
Set the time for the job so it's the same for all employees without needing to manually change them for 60+ crew!