Once you log into your locum profile, you will arrive on the ‘My Diary’ page as displayed within the below screenshot.

You will note in the above screenshot, below the welcome message, there is a ‘Click Me’ button. Select this to view additional tips on how to use your diary:

On the display for your Diary you will see the total number of shifts applied for, shifts booked & total income for the selected month:

To change the selected month simply click on the arrows on either side of the month as displayed in the above screenshot.

You’re able to filter the shifts you wish to display based on those ‘Applied’, ‘Booked’, ‘Completed’, ‘Cancelled’, or ‘All Shifts’. To do this click on the drop-down option before selecting the relevant option as displayed below:

You’re also able to view these shifts within the calendar view as displayed below:

To view additional details on any of the shifts displayed in the calendar, then simply click on the shift you wish to view. The following screen will appear:

If at this stage you select ‘View Details’ the following screen will appear:

From here you will be able to view additional details for the relevant shift, you’ll also be able to add expenses and cancel the shift if necessary. On the top left, you can also select ‘Back to Shifts’ to return to your diary.

From the ‘My Diary’ screen, you can also mark days when you are unavailable to work. To do so click on the relevant date on the calendar to add an event. Once you have selected the relevant date the following screen will display:

From here you can edit the relevant start and end dates for the event, you can also configure the type of event by selecting from the following options 'Unavailable’ ‘Working Elsewhere’ & ‘Holiday’. You can also write a message into the ‘Additional Information’ text box before selecting ‘Add Event’.

The event will then preview within your calendar as displayed below:

To save these changes simply click ‘Save 1 Change’, displayed on the top left-hand corner of the above screenshot.

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