If your business uses ScheduleBase, here are a few quick steps to get you up and running.
When your manager invites you to ScheduleBase, you'll get an email with a secure link to log into your account and set your password.
With your password set, you're ready to set up your notification preferences and availability.
Update your email address, and enter your cell phone number and select your carrier, to receive an email and/or text message when your schedule is posted or updated.
Add your regular availability preference, so your manager knows which days and times you can typically work.
Enter when you can usually work each day. If your regular availability changes (i.e. summer hours, school schedule, etc.), just add a new availability pattern and select when it starts.
Use the free mobile app or any browser to see when you work.
Receive email and/or text notifications when your schedule is posted or whenever changes are made.
If there's a change to your availability (i.e. time off, sick) or you need to communicate with your manager, just click a day on the schedule to submit a request. Your manager will be notified and can update the schedule, if necessary.
Getting up and running with ScheduleBase is fast and easy. Just following these simple steps and you'll be scheduling and communicating with your staff in minutes!
Just add your people to ScheduleBase and invite them by entering their names and email addresses. You can designate people as staff, schedulers or administrators.
Enter schedule information in any format you'd like. Enter shifts, notes, jobs or any information that you need you to communicate to your staff.
When scheduling, you'll see a person’s regular availability and any requests. All of the information you need to schedule your staff is right at your fingertips.
No other employee scheduling software is as easy or flexible as ScheduleBase.
When you’re finished scheduling, post the schedule to instantly notify your team the schedule is ready. If you make a schedule change, simply re-post the schedule and only those people affected will be notified.