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Edit Schedule

Eugene Cheok
Eugene Cheok
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If you need to edit the Schedule once it has been generated, you can perform these actions:

  • Left-clicking on a Task will show the dropdown menu where you can replace the current Task.
  • You can also search and choose Workstreams (if they're greyed out, the agent is not assigned to it) and General Tasks
  • Clicking on the three dots will allow you to:
            . Add a task (left or right of the current one)
            . Split in half
            . Add Time Off
           .  Edit shift start/end time
            . Remove shift
  • If you right-click you're automatically on the dropdown menu to add new tasks or time off instead of the tasks menu
  • Resize current tasks - you can move your mouse cursor to the beginning or end of a task and drag them. You'll add 15 minutes increments each time you drag.
  • Delete current tasks - You do the same as if you were resizing but you resize them in order to cover the previous or next task on the shift.
  • Swap to Weekly View - In the top left of the schedule, you will see a drop-down that says Day. Click here and you will have the option to swap to Week.

Note: you will need to click the Publish button in order for your agents to see any change to their schedule on their Agent Schedule app in Zendesk.


Manually Schedule Shifts

  1. In the Auto Schedule, In the top right corner, choose the + icon
  2. Choose your shift layout (you will be able to see the name and location of the shift in the drop down)
  3. Select the dates you want to schedule for
  4. Select the Users tab and add the users
  5. Click Add Shifts button
  6. Click on the Publish button 

When selecting the "Force generate shifts for all selected days regardless of location rules" option, for Fixed shifts - This ignores the days of the week that are configured in the shift layout. For Automatic shifts - This ignores the requirements and operational hours set in locations and forces the schedule.

Import and Export Schedules

You can now bring your schedules in or export your shifts! Take a look at our article on the subject to learn how: Schedule Import and Export


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