You may have noticed our shiny new website that we’ve been working on! We thought our previous website was overly complex for our simple solution so we rebuilt it from scratch.
We’ve also updated some of our terminology to avoid confusion and remove ambiguity:
- “Areas of Work” has replaced “Activities”
- “Rostering” has replaced “Scheduling”
The functionality remains the same, its just a wording update.
In addition to this, our team has also been feverishly fine tuning and improving the product. Below are the updates we’ve just pushed out:
Edit Locations and Areas of Work directly from Rostering
In Rostering, simply click “More Actions” and select “Edit Location and Areas of Work” to add a new Area of Work or modify your location.
Add employee from Rostering
In the middle of rostering and noticed a team member is missing? By clicking “Add Employee” in the employee selection popup you can now add an employee directly from Rostering, keeping you focussed on building your roster.
Simplified wizard to create Locations
We’ve streamlined the wizard to make it easier to create locations, saving you time. Give it a try!
We understand you’re busy and don’t always have time to read your emails so you will start to see notifications within Deputy about exciting news and new features from us.
We’ve made this noticeable but not intrusive so you can get on with running your business.
The Deputy Team
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