Need a way of preventing/alerting managers from making changes to published rosters
Does this lock the whole week? And does it only lock the particular location I'm looking at? I just tried to do it but it said "failed to lock roster".
Someone accidentally published a roster for my store. When I went to the publish history I could not see who it was that published it. But even if I could, it would probably be useless. TANDA does not expire sessions after a set time period and I'm sure that like my store, everyone just uses one persons TANDA for everything. So it would probably just say my name if I was teh one logged in.
Also publish history doesn't include printed rosters? It should at least link to the relevant published roster PDF.
(I created a separate feature request a few weeks ago relating to timing/logging out of sessions)
I tried this on an unpublished roster and it said "Failed to lock roster". I also don't like how it is hidden in a menu. I prefer the way it was presented in the classic roster - I saw a screenshot somewhere..
Hi everyone, we've actually just added in locking a roster for new rosters. You can find this under Tools -> 'Tools for each roster' -> select roster period -> Lock Roster.
What you might also find useful is the "Edit History" to see what managers are making changes to the roster. And the "Published Snapshots" which will show when and what shifts are published.
Are these features helpful for this request?
This is a great idea. Rosters should be snapshotted and a full roster emailed to the Admins. Once the roster has been published, only Admins can have permission to change or delete shifts
x5 billion. Once the roster is published it should be automatically locked.
It's far too easy to go to make changes to next weeks roster, only to find that you are editing this weeks roster.
Also see attached image. That might help because I know that I use the "current roster" text as a shortcut to get in to the rosters and then change the week once I'm there. I think it would say "Next weeks roster" (or vary based on the roster period of the organization if that's a thing). Or simply "Next roster" could be ok and it skips to the next period based on some logic of "what is todays date and what is the last published and locked roster".
Last week I had the situation that another manager published changes to the current weeks roster, mid week. But all those changes were just things that were done by mistake (re: this topic) and he was meant to publish the next weeks roster. Which meant that Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun there were two sets of rosters, the ones that were published first and printed and the ones that were sent as a push notification to phones.