Welcome to the user guide help section. Here you will find a list of frequently asked questions which will help you to use the system. If you experience issues that you cannot find the answer to or have suggestions on how to improve our system please email [email protected] for help or use the Feedback button to the right of your screen. We will aim to respond as soon as possible.

Using the calendar

Can I add my own tasks?
You can add as many of your own tasks to a calendar as you like. To add a task, navigate to the correct calendar and click the add event button. This will bring up a panel where you can add the required details. Once you have saved changes it will appear on the calendar over the given dates. These tasks will be coloured blue and you can click on them to bring up the review panel. Here you can see the details and edit if necessary. You can also drag the blue tasks within the calendar to change the date that they occur.
What do the colours on tasks mean?
Red tasks are ‘Must Do’ Events. Green tasks are ‘Optional’ Events. Blue tasks are ‘User’ events that you have added yourself by clicking the ‘Add Task’ button and filling in the details.

Flock management

How do I add a new flock?
Once you have registered, login and go to ‘Your Flocks’. Click the ‘Add New flock’ button and fill in the required details. Click ‘Create’ and you will be redirected to your new calendar. To review all current flocks go to ‘Your Flocks’ for a list.
How many flocks can I have?
You can have as many flocks as you like. Each flock has one associated calendar.

Contact preferences

How do I update my details?
To update your registered details, go to ‘Your Account’. Here you will see your stored details which you can amend and click the ‘Update’ button. It’s important to make sure we always have your latest details, especially your email as this is used to email you your tasks.

Need extra help?

If you cannot find the answer to your issue within this section, please email your enquiry to the following address:

[email protected]