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3 Ways to Prepare Your Restaurant for the Holiday Rush

November 10, 2015 by Matt Thompson.

November, December and January are usually hectic months in the restaurant world. Without proper preparation for the increased traffic and inevitable scheduling conflicts that will occur, these next two months will be stressful. It is up to you to see if the mark the holidays leave on your restaurant is a negative or positive one. Here are three ways to prepare your restaurant for the holiday rush.

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Achieve World Class Communication, Like the World Champion Kansas City Royals

November 8, 2015 by Matt Thompson.

ShiftNote’s headquarters are located in the Kansas City Metro, so you can imagine how insane the home office has been with the Royals winning the World Series! The Royals win is changing how baseball is played and a lot of that is due to the outstanding communication the team has.

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6 Ways to Increase Restaurant Sales

July 14, 2015 by Matt Thompson.

The following article is a guest post by Tim Sunderland and our friends over at NetWaiter.

Raising prices isn’t the only way for a restaurant to increase sales. There are plenty of strategies you can take to reduce costs and attract more customers. Read on for six things you can do to increase restaurant sales without charging your customers more.

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ShiftNote Summer 2015 Release Notes: Make Scheduling Even Easier

May 20, 2015 by Matt Thompson.

Our code ninjas have been hard at work improving ShiftNote Scheduling! They listened to your feedback about what you would like to see and have been training hard to make Scheduling a more awesome and efficient experience. We are ready to release the following new features to enhance your Scheduling capability.

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Calling Early Adopters ShiftNotes New Employee Mobile Site BETA

July 31, 2014 by Justin.

We’ve been hard at work listening to your requests. And, we just finished developing a new employee mobile site. We have made it easier to view your schedule, pickup open shifts, communicate with your mangers, and request time off through your mobile device. We will

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Welcome Home! Introducing the redesigned ShiftNote app home page

April 8, 2014 by Matt Thompson.

As some of you might have noticed, we recently overhauled the ShiftNote home page (the first page you see after signing into ShiftNote on your computer.) It is available to all management level users, and you can currently switch back and forth between the old and new

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Why we are no longer supporting IE7 (Internet Explorer 7)

April 7, 2014 by Matt Thompson.

We're throwing in the towel and will no longer be supporting the web browser Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) and older versions. As the web continues to evolve, older browsers simply cannot support many of the technologies needed to provide a fast and user friendlyexperience for

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New Features - Welcome Sheets, Last Year's Weather, and Mobile Uploads

February 18, 2014 by Matt Thompson.

There are a couple of new features we'd love to share with you all! We've been hard at work listening to your requests, and have implemented a few of them. We also have many big things on the horizon, this year is going to be very exciting! But for now, let's get to what's new!

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New Feature: Pre-Shift Daily Report

January 22, 2014 by Matt Thompson.

The Daily Report has always been an important piece of ShiftNote, allowing users to get a summary of log notes, stats, events and weather from the previous day. Previously, you could only receive the information in the Daily Report once the day's shifts had ended. We havenow introduced a

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New Feature - Automatically Add Holidays To Your Calendar

January 16, 2014 by Matt Thompson.

We recently added a new feature to all ShiftNote accounts that will allow the calendar to automatically show holidays for the US and Canada. This means you no longer have to go in and manually add them to your calendar. Holidays can definitely impact business, and we wanted to

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