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Be able to create more predefined shifts

preset selectable shift options

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  • Ismael Núñez commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Es importante que la definición de turnos se haga antes de asignarlos y que estos queden con la configuración correspondiente, por ejemplo que el turno de día venga con la hora de almuerzo predefinido, o que el turno de tarde deje contemplado la hora de colación y que al asignar estos turnos queden con las horas libres dentro del turno, algo que actualmente no esta sucediendo.

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    It is important that the definition of shifts be done before assigning them and that they remain with the corresponding configuration, for example that the day shift comes with the predefined lunch hour, or that the afternoon shift leaves the collation time contemplated and that when assigning these shifts they are left with the free hours within the shift, something that is not currently happening.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We would like to see the ability to set pre-defined shifts for anyone who is working in the schedule to use. Predefined to set the times, colour, breaks and notes. These shifts are used over and over by multiple people and should be a set you can save to the team for anyone to use.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'm looking for an easy way to define someone who is "on call". It changes weekly. I think if I had a predefined "on call" shift that was color coded, this would work for me.

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