Ins and Outs of the Format Scheduler posted on November 7th, 2011
by Paul Ziino
You can predetermine what clocks or assignment grids you wish to use on certain days. For example, you want to use your “All Christmas” grid on Christmas Eve and Day. Instead of having to remember on December 23rd to switch your grid before scheduling the 24th and 25th, then change it back prior to running the 26th, you could use the Format Scheduler to do it for you.
Introduction to the Format Scheduler posted on May 28th, 2010
By Marianne Burkett
What is the “Format Scheduler”?
In a nutshell, the Format Scheduler allows you to pre-schedule your Clocks and Assignment Grids in advance on a calendar. You can also “rotate” your Assignment Grids.
The Format Scheduler gives you the ability to “override” your active assigned clocks for a pre- determined time frame for a date range, or perhaps for just one hour on a particular day. Just what you need if you would like to have different clocks in place for the holiday Monday coming up (perhaps you have a specialty weekend or count down planned, or simply will be voice tracked Monday) and need to have those clocks in place to export to your automation system.
Mix Up Your Sound with Proportional Elements posted on May 5th, 2010
By Paul Ziino
Looking for some “unpredictability” in your clocks? Just trying to keep things sounding fresh? Here’s an idea: try using Proportional clock elements. (more…)
Deleting Old Clocks posted on April 21st, 2010
By Drew Bennett
When you abandon old clocks for new ones, a lot of times the old clocks get left in the database and never used again. (more…)