The Search button.page lists all the rosters within your account. If you have come to the page the dashboard link, and it was showing a number, the list will have been pre-filtered to show only rosters ‘submitted for publish’. This can be expanded to show all rosters using the
To create a new roster, click the Create new button at the top of the page.
Below you will find a breakdown of all the fields within thearea of your account.
|Create from||If you would like to create the roster 'from scratch' or 'based on a previous %roster%'. If you create it based on a previous %roster% (recommended), all the shifts and notes will be copied to the new date range.|
|Name||St Kilda||A name given to your %roster% to easily identify it in drop-down lists within your account.|
|Start date*||2014-02-01||The first day the %roster% period covers. The %roster% dates can't overlap other %rosters% with the same areas (more on areas below).|
|End date*||2014-02-08||The last day the %roster% period covers. The %roster% dates can't overlap other %rosters% with the same areas (more on areas below).|
|Areas*||St Kilda||Select the areas your %roster% covers. If you have different managers for different areas of your business (or you are one of those managers) we suggest selecting a single area.|
|Budget||1200.00||The total budget for each area on the %roster%. You can chose to set a single budget that will be evenly distributed across each day of the %roster% period OR set individual budgets for each day.|
* Mandatory 1 Enterprise Only
When editing a published roster it important to note you can’t change its start or end dates.