Optimize your volunteer scheduling process with the grid view feature in Breeze ChMS. This guide provides insights into navigating and utilizing the grid view effectively for volunteer management. Whether assigning tasks, monitoring availability, or adjusting schedules, explore step-by-step instructions to streamline your workflow. Enhance volunteer coordination and maximize efficiency with Breeze ChMS. Discover now to optimize your volunteer management process.
To Access Grid View
Navigate to Events, and click on the event you would like to to see the grid view for
- Click the Option in the top left corner.
Please note, that if no volunteers have been assigned to your roles for several months, your viewable dates in Grid View will not be current with today's date. Grid View will resort back to dates where volunteers where assigned, OR, when your event first began.
Grid View allows you to look back 3 events plus 12 events into the future. If you'd like to see future events beyond the 12 shown, select a future date on your event calendar. Then you should see 12 dates in the future from the date you've selected.
Grid View Keyboard Shortcuts
There are also keyboard short cuts that you can use to make scheduling even easier. You can find the chart below anytime by clicking on the gear icon on the left side of your screen and choosing "Keyboard Shortcuts"
|When hovering over a name, pressing "a" will change that volunteer's status to "Accepted".
|When hovering over a name, pressing "d" will change that volunteer's status to "Declined".
|When hovering over a name, pressing "n" will change that volunteer's status to "No Reply".
|When hovering over a name, pressing "r" will remove the volunteer from that role.
|shift + click
|Holding shift while clicking a volunteer allows multiple volunteers to be selected at once in grid mode. They can then be dragged together to an alternate date and/or role.
|command + drag
|Holding command while dragging a volunteer to an alternate cell in grid mode will add the volunteer to that cell without removing them from the original cell.