Please help me spread the word about MyScheduler to as many Cast members as possible!
My ultimate goal is to land an apprenticeship/job at the Walt Disney Co. doing this kind of stuff. :D
If you have any issues, you can email me or you can leave me a comment on my Google+ page or join the official Facebook MyScheduler group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/MyScheduler/
MyScheduler does NOT collect any Hub ids or passwords. The only information MyScheduler accesses is shift schedules. All information is kept within your device.
*MyScheduler is an app developed exclusively for Walt Disney Co. Cast members. In order for MyScheduler to work, you must:
*Have a current Hub ID and password.
*Have an android device with Android 4.0 and above.
*I've gotten reports that it doesn't work for salaried Cast members. Sorry, but since I'm not salaried, I cannot test and fix any problems that might happen because of it.
*Because I pull information from a third party website, I have no control over any changes they might make. Because of this, I cannot guarantee that MyScheduler will work 100% of the time. But, since I utilize MyScheduler as well, rest assured that I will do everything in my power to fix any issues.
MyScheduler is not affiliated in any way with Disney.
**Added ability to copy 3rd week's schedule if available.
**Added visual cue for the settings menu for devices that have a hardware menu button.
**Improved fetching schedule performance.
**Cleaned up some code and fixed up some minor bugs.
** Added Light and Dark theme!
**Added ability to share your schedule. Just tap and hold a shift and select the share icon that appears on top. Then you can use any of the applications that show up in the list to share your selected shifts.
**Reduced the amount of memory used to display the shift card.
**Enhanced the animations
**Minor bug fixes
*Fixed annoying "Request timed out" issue.
*You can now go to the Facebook group right from the settings.
*Added ability to rate MyScheduler from the settings.
*Added a few new transition animations.
*Minor bug fixes.
*Added differentiation between the "schedule not found" error and a "request timeout" error when copying your schedule.
*Minimized the frequency of "schedule not found" error.
*Fixed a bug causing any shift containing the word "View" to show up as "Survived"
(Thanks to Leilani for helping me fix this random bug!)
*Added ability to choose what calendar MyScheduler will save your schedule to.
*Added total hours for each shift. Long press a shift and select multiple shifts to add up shift hours.
*Added ability to save individual shifts. Long press and select the shifts you want to save.
*Fixed some crashed people reported while saving shift.
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