The Schedule Page and calendar allow you to visually see what dates you have shift details to view, including requested, scheduled, shift report due, and paid.
After tapping on Menu and then Schedule, there’s several ways to use and navigate the calendar.
Marks on Dates
You can tap on any day to view shift details, which will be listed below the calendar.
The date in purple is today’s date, and a solid purple circle around a date is the selected date that you’re viewing.
Red dots below the date mean there’s something you need to do on the date. There could be a shift in progress, an upcoming scheduled shift, or a Clinician Shift Report waiting to be submitted.
Gray dots below the date mean that there’s a shift that’s waiting on someone else. It could be a requested shift waiting to be scheduled, a shift waiting to be paid, or just a completed shift.
If there is a day where you have shifts that apply to both the gray and red dot category, you’ll just see a red dot.
Changing Your View
If you tap on Change view, you’ll see a few options that you can filter by:
“Coming up” means you have a scheduled shift (indicated by a red dot) or a requested shift (a gray dot).
“Completed - Shift Report Due” means your Shift Report is ready to be reviewed and submitted so that you can get paid.
“Waiting for Facility Confirmation” is a Shift Report on the facility’s side.
“To Be Paid” means that all Shift Reports are done and your payment will be processed soon.
“Completed – Paid” means just that – the shift is complete and you have been paid.
“Canceled” is a shift either you canceled or that was canceled by the facility.
Note: You can only apply one view filter at a time.
Changing the Date
You can tap on the left or right arrows on the top of the calendar to view previous or future months, and then tap on a date to view shift cards associated with that day.
To change the year, tap on the arrow next to the current month and then tap the left or right arrows.
So when you can see the full month’s calendar, the left and right arrows change the month, but if you see a list of all of the months displayed (like the example to the right), the left and right arrows change the year.