Schedulers management

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fred48fm
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Schedulers management

Post by fred48fm »

Hi Berd,

On our day to day use, these options could be really useful :-)
  • Delete next events and keep previous ones
In recurrence mode, is it possible to add an option to delete the current event and the next ones (like in a google agenda). This could be useful to remove events in a serie while keeping the ability to recover it in the previous instances.
And to keep a record of broadcasts.
  • Duplicate an event
An option to create a new event using an other one as a template.
That option could be really time saving.
  • Event templates
We use some different templates for our events.
This include specific options, specific control commands, etc.

We could save lot of time and avoid errors if there was an option to choose from a template when creating new events. Like with the from Base script option in Playlist scripts.

Thanks for your time !

Best regards,

Fred
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Re: Schedulers management

Post by radio42 »

All is possible already.I assume with ‚event‘ you mean a scheduler entry.
The behavior shadows almost exactly the behavior of Microsoft Outlook.
Just navigate to the entry you want to delete and press the Delete key (or use the context menu).. You‘ll be asked to either delete the entire series or only that occurrence. Mark multiple by holding down the CTRL key.
To Duplicate an entry hold down the CTRL key and deal and drop it to a new location in order to duplicate it.

Creating a new entry from a template isn’t currently possible, But I am not sure about such a priority, as you can copy an existing one, but how often do you do that per day?!
fred48fm
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Re: Schedulers management

Post by fred48fm »

Hi

Thank you for these informations.
That will be good enough for us.

Best regards,

Fred

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