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Learn about the various reports found under Rostering in Ento.
Manage, access and export the rosters in your account
The Rostering → Rosters page lists all the rosters within your account.
Creating a roster from scratch? Or want to create a new roster based on a previous roster? Here's how.
Switch between role and staff views to work on rosters, and keep an eye on the budget.
When working on your draft roster, here's all you need to know about adding, copying, editing and deleting shifts in the roster builder.
Save time by taking advantage of shift batches, allowing for quick and easy bulk rostering of staff for identical shifts.
Have your casual staff let you know in advance when they can't be rostered.
What do managers call shifts being created on rosters, and what information do staff receive when notified about shifts?
Shift labels are usually start/end time combinations and are stored for use by the system when suggesting shifts on the roster builder.
Bulk edit, delete, copy and reassign shifts for multiple staff, a selected date range or even a particular role
Many changes to multiple shifts are able to be made in bulk.
An easy way to share information staff or managers need to be aware of for a particular shift, day or roster.
Rostering is often complex, so visual alerts and status indicators can warn or block an action that goes against rostering requirements.
Once a roster is ready to go, here's how to publish it and share it with your team.
The fill-in finder is a great way to fill a shift at late notice, and can be used while working on any published roster.
After you have published your roster, it's a great idea to export and print it.
Want to share a draft or published roster? Wondering which options and formats are available? Check out the article and video to learn more
See the entire activity history for any active or deleted shift.
Work Schedules are used to set a 'likely ordinary schedule' per staff member.