The Pairings screen contains all the pairings available to you in your category. You cannot bid for pairings outside of your category. Use the pairing preference editor to search for pairings. You can also add bids for pairings from this screen. You can customize the pairing information displayed on the screen.
Show / Hide information
When you are in the Information view you can choose the pairing information you want to display. Click on the Show/Hide Info button to change the information displayed. When you click on the button the panel (shown below) is displayed.
The green arrow indicates that the information is currently displayed. Click the green arrow to hide the information. No check mark beside an item indicates that the information is not currently displayed. Click beside the item to display it in the information view.
You can choose to sort pairings by Pairing Number, Check-In Time, Check-Out Time, Equipment, or Days. Use the Sort By: drop-down menu to make your selection.
When you have your list of pairings you can sort them in ascending or descending order.
Sort pairings in descending order.
Sort pairings in ascending order.
Information view and date view
You can switch between a table and date view on the Pairing screen. The information view gives you a more detailed look at the pairing while the date view lets you know what day the pairing starts. You can customize what you see in the table view, see customize the table for more information.
The dates view shows you the start date of the pairing. Pairing D4004 starts every day except the 31st, this is indicated by the circle around the date. If you look at the screen shot you can see that the dates on the 1st and 2nd are grayed out. This indicates you are unavailable for these dates, either absence, training or carry-in. Your calendar also displays the dates that you have activities.
Use the calendar button to toggle between the information and dates view.
Dates with Activities - Dates where you have an assigned activity are underlined and grayed out. You can tap or move your mouse or an activity to view the activity code.