Fill in your shifts, shifts start and stop times, vacation and sick leave information, and call centers for the jobs you need. If you run a call center, with this macro you can quickly and easily build all the scheduling you need to efficiently match all your calls to your agents.
Enter all your shift details, from start and stop times to shift preferences, employee names, and phone numbers.
Set the start and stop times of each shift. You can specify individual shifts as being single-shift, or shift as a week, or shift as the week, the day and the time, or shift as a week, the day and the time then repeat the shift as a week, the day and the time until you have your required number of shifts.
When you are ready to schedule the shifts, in the output box that displays the list of shifts you can choose to assign, there is an option to either: assign shifts to call centers, or assign shifts to employees.
To assign shifts to call centers, you can choose to assign all call center shifts to a specific time, a specific day, or to assign shifts to random days.
To assign shifts to employees, you can choose to assign all shifts to employees with a specific name, or assign all shifts to employees with a specific surname.
The macro will automatically calculate all shift totals and set the shift preferences for each day.
As a master schedule, you can assign shifts to a specific day (week or month) or to a specific day and time. You can also choose to assign shifts to specific employees or employees with specific surnames.
You can run the macro either weekly or daily. Daily is the recommended way to assign shifts to your employees.
Weekly is good if you need to quickly assign a number of shifts to your employees at the start of a week or if you are changing your shifts to fit different time zones.
You can assign shifts to a specific time or a specific date then repeat the shifts until you have all your required shifts.
If you want to combine 2 or more shifts into one, you can choose to assign all shifts to a specific time or to a specific date.
After you have entered your shifts and preferences, you can choose to print or export them. You can also choose to keep the schedule in Excel so that you can use the macro in other programs, such as Outlook or Word.
This is the scheduler that you need for scheduling your people to 5 shifts a week and 2 days off in an environment 70238732e0

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MIDIBounce supports an unlimited number of controllers, and each can be assigned to a different MIDI channel number. This allows even the busiest keyboardist to multitask while playing with MIDIBounce. It also means that even if you only play one instrument, there’s still plenty of room for this software. MIDIBounce lets you create your own macros, and you can assign one MIDI message to turn on a function, and a different MIDI message to turn it off. It’s very useful for triggering metronomes, drum kits, MIDI loops, and a large variety of other MIDI programs.
There is also a configurable MIDI-out feature, for sending MIDI data to MIDI-out-capable devices.
MIDIBounce has a lot of other useful features as well, including a history window, an editor, some controls to make it easier to create macros, a grid to help you arrange controllers, and a built-in metronome.
How to use MIDI Bounce:
The software is an almost-fully-automated controller. There are two buttons that you can use to control how MIDI data gets sent. A Checkbox in the Control Bar can be used to Turn the MIDI-Out feature on or off. The other control, a Button labeled Send MIDI via MIDI Bounce, is used to manually send MIDI data to a selected device.
The devices that can be used with MIDI Bounce are shown in the large box on the left. By default, MIDIBounce will send MIDI data to whichever devices have the MIDI-Out feature turned on, so even if MIDI Bounce is not active, you can select a device to play from. Selecting a device will turn the Send MIDI via MIDI Bounce button grey.
When the Send MIDI via MIDI Bounce button is pressed, the MIDI value is sent to the selected device. There are eight default MIDI messages, which can be changed by the controls on the left of the main control bar. The current values for the eight controllers are shown in the panel on the right.
The MIDI Bounce feature can send any of the 16-Controller MIDI values to the selected device. The current MIDI values are shown on the right of the main control bar.
The Source box allows you to select a device to use to generate the MIDI data, or to select from one of the built-in MIDI files. The MIDI channel can be selected from any of the 1-16 available. To send MIDI data to another MIDI channel, it’s necessary to change the MIDI values