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  • Holman, Nathaniel J

    Have you tried the pitch schedule template feature? This allows you to set up a 24 hour schedule with breaks and everything applied. After that is set up you can just select a range of dates as far out as you want and it will apply that 24 hour schedule to the selected dates. What I do after that is just set my pitches by the week and it breaks it all out. I to felt that click and drag option to be fairly monotonous and horrible honestly but this feature made it more tolerable.

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  • Thomas, Barry

    I will give that a try again, I didn't have much luck when I tried before, our shifts have an odd pattern where they are on a 7 day swing and they like to keep a particular name with the shift as it moves (A, B, C, D)

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  • Holman, Nathaniel J

    yep we have the same thing. starting to phase it out i found that i had to update the shifts again to get them accurate after i had set then up over a year ago. i blamed leap year lol

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  • Devin Baldwin

    Barry-

    When you load a schedule from a template, it uses the shifts defined for the line - shifts are not part of the templates. As long as the pitch lengths and planned production minutes don't change from shift to shift, it will work.

    We have made some enhancements to the Pitch Schedule Template engine since it was initially released, and we have more coming soon. Keep an eye on the release notes for more details.

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