Routing: Scheduler

Routing: Scheduler

This is where schedules are managed.  The scheduler is used to indicate when to play closed messages, holiday greetings, etc.
Quick tips - A schedule must have a name AND a schedule must be linked to an IVR.

If you do not have an IVR, a quick link will take you to the tab to create an IVR 
(- You can add an IVR here if you don't have one.)

To add a new schedule, click + add schedule.

Provide a new schedule name.
Provide a description of the schedule being defined.

Select the IVR that will be made active.

Select the specific days/months/times the IVR will be active.

When finished, click "Save Changes".

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