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CrewScheduler Search Option

You can easily search the CrewScheduler for an employee, and have the system highlight their name for matches found. This is very useful for large organizations. To do this, simply enter the employees name (partial match is okay) and all matches will highlight in yellow. You can even search for things like labels, name and label, or any combination.

If you press enter, the view will automatically scroll to their position in the CrewScheduler.

The search uses 'fuzzy' search technology...so even partial matches will be highlighted.



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