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[DDS] Edit Forecasted Demand Data (Humanity Forecast)
[DDS] Edit Forecasted Demand Data (Humanity Forecast)

Fine tune your future demand data generated by Humanity Forecast!

Igor Pavlovic avatar
Written by Igor Pavlovic
Updated over a week ago


Access from your: Computer
Applies to: Admins, Managers, Supervisors, and Schedulers

Humanity Forecast is an AI scheduling feature that enables you to get a prediction of future business metrics based on imported historical data. These future metric values can serve as an input for the Humanity staffing engine to create, optimize, and staff schedules automatically with Auto-Build and Auto-Fill features.

Edit these metric values to reflect your labor needs and limitations more accurately.

Things to know before you begin:

  1. This feature is a part of the AI Scheduling paid add-on for Humanity Scheduling.

  2. AI Scheduling is not available on the legacy ShiftPlanning module.

  3. To access this feature, it needs to be previously enabled in the Team Tools Setting by Humanity's Support.

  4. You must have Admin, Manager Supervisor, or Scheduler access privileges to access any AI Scheduling feature.

Edit Forecasted Demand Data

Step 1: Click the "New ShiftPlanning" tab located in the top panel, as shown in Image 1.

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Step 2: Click on the "AI Scheduling" button located in the Toolbar > Select the "Forecast" option from the dropdown menu, as shown in Image 2.

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Step 3: Click on the "Edit" button located to the right of time picker to edit the forecasted demand data generated by Humanity Forecast, as shown in Image 3.

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Step 2: Change the input number in the field that you want to edit > Click on the dark bule "Update data" button to save the changes you made, as shown in Image 4.

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Step 3: Click on the green "Update data" button to save your changes to future demand data, as shown in Image 5.

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