Scheduling conflicts can spell disaster for any event while being a major source of stress for event organizers. This is why we have a section of reports dedicated to scheduling conflicts. Conflicts can be viewed in the following reports: People double-booked People booked outside of their availability Rooms double-booked Scheduling conflicts Let’s take a closer look at each of these reports and how they can inform and aid you when faced with scheduling conflicts.
Double-booking a participant is something that needs to be avoided at all costs. Grenadine allows you to view who has been double-booked and the pertinent details behind the double-booking in an efficient, easy to read, report that will stop a great deal of potential turmoil.
To view the People Double Booked report click , shown highlighted above. The report will appear on screen as shown:
To download the report select the
- Date/time: This column shows the name of the person who is double-booked and the date/time at which the double booking occurs.
- Program Item: The names of the sessions the person has been double-booked for.
- Start Time The start times of the sessions.
- End TIme: The end times of the sessions.
People booked outside of their availability
It can happen that participants will not be attending the entire event, or will have limited availability while at the event. This report allows you to view any problematic scheduling in order to fix it before a serious problem arises.
- Date/time: This column shows the name of the person and the date and times at which they are unavailable.
- Program Item: The names of the sessions the person is participating in
- Start Time The start times of the session(s).
- End TIme: The end times of the session(s).
This report will show you an easy to read list of that rooms have been double-booked and includes the following pertinent information:
- Program session
- Start time
- End time