Shift Editor

Shift Editor can be brought up in various ways. Please refer to Member Week Page and Shifts Page for more information.

Using the Shift Editor, you can edit various aspects of a shift. Here are the tasks you can perform using the Shift Editor.

Edit Start and End Time of a Shift

  • Select the Start or the End time you'd like to edit.
  • Enter a new time in HHmm format, as 0800 for 8AM, and 1300 as 1PM.
  • Click the Save Changes button.

If the end time is smaller than the start time, it will be interpreted as ending on the next day. This also means the longest shift you can have is 24 hours.

Mark shift as Overtime and/or Absent

Use the checkboxes at the bottom of the dialog to mark the shift Overtime and/or Absent.

  • To make the shift as Overtime, click the blue checkbox at the bottom of dialog.
  • To make the shift as Absence, click the red checkbox at the bottom of dialog.
  • Click the Save Changes button.

Change Shift's Categories

Depending on your setup, you may or may not have Categories. If you wish to setup Categories, please refer to the Categories Page.

If the Member who is assigned to the Shift already has a category, and if the shift is to be assigned the same Category, you can skip this step. Shift that does not have a category will inherit a category of the Member.

For an example, if the Member has a Location "New York" and if the Shift is to be worked on the New York Location, then there is no need to specify a category to the Shift. However, if the Shift is to be worked in another Location, such as San Francisco, then you should specify the Location Category as San Francisco.

  • Locate a category you wish to change - for an example, a "Location".
  • Use the dropdown list to select a custom Category that should be applied for this Shift.
  • Click the Save Changes button.

Deleting the Shift

You can delete the shift you are editing by clicking on the trashcan icon at the bottom of the editor.


This action is immediate, and will take effect without clicking the Save Changes button. If you deleted a shift by mistake and wish to restore it, use the Undo feature.