'Jobs' provide another layer to your shift information. Jobs can signify different things depending on how you run your business. Popular examples may include using jobs to represent roles (e.g shift manager / waiter / cashier); Customers, job types (e.g cleaning, roofing, delivery), work-sites or projects.
In a moment we'll show you how to setup your jobs. But once you did, you can add the job information to your shift through the shift side bar modal:
So how can you add and edit jobs?
In the jobs side modal, you may add new jobs, or edit existing ones:
Through the edit menu you can control the job settings:
Pro tip: if you add the location to the job settings, it will auto-populate the shift's location based on the job associated to the shift. This is especially useful if you are using jobs as work-sites.
And this is how a shift that was published would look on mobile for your team, note the job ("Site 4") and the job description in the shift view as well as the job location:
Looking at things from the 'Job point of view'
Once you setup your jobs and you are using it frequently, you can now benefit from one more advantage: seeing your schedule from the 'job' point of view.
Here's an example of what that may look like, in this case you'll notice that we switch from 'view by users' to 'view by jobs' and the table updates accordingly (instead of having users to the left, we now have our shifts ordered by the different jobs):