Step 3: Post the schedule
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Once you have finished adjusting your week (STEP 2), you are ready to post the week's schedule so that your employees can view it by logging into their accounts (see below). This is a very easy two click process. Posting the week makes it "official", but does not limit you from changing it after it's been posted. The posted portion of the schedule is a date range that starts on the current date, and continues forward to the post date. The employees can only view the posted portion of the schedule. Anything before the current date is history, and anything after the post date is still considered "under construction".
To post the schedule, you must simply tell WorkSchedule.Net what the post date is. There is no way for you to specify the start date of the posted schedule, since WorkSchedule.Net uses the current date. You do this by clicking on the date at the top of the day column of the date you want the schedule posted through, and choosing the Post the schedule thru this day from the pop-up menu. The link below gives more detail on posting.
Your employees will need their usernames and passwords to login to their accounts. You can view or modify this information in the users account section. The user accounts that were automatically created for you in the setup wizard will have user IDs based on the first and last names, and random numeric passwords. You should also provide the login link you were given in your welcome email from WorkSchedule.Net to your employees. It may be helpful to provide them with their company ID too, also located in the welcome email from WorkSchedule.Net .
More information about logging in can be found here.