Non-Repeating Schedules (1:08)
We began selling a new product in 2017, an online custody solution that can be used from any device.
It's new features include: link accounts with the other parent, your attorney, and your kids; track and journal on the go; upload attachments; push notifications; activity reminders; calendar and parenting plan drafts; and more.
This new product is completely separate from the legacy PC-based product. And unfortunately, there's no way to import old PC-based data and no discount for previous PC-based customers.
Using one-time events
1. Set up your schedule
If you do have any repeating events, add them first. These include weekly, monthly or yearly occurrences, holidays and vacations. Adding a one-time event will override every other part of your schedule.
2. Add one-time events
Click the One-time Events button and click anywhere in the calendar where you want to add a visit. Adjust the exact times manually. You may leave the text box blank or add a description.
3. Schedule agreements
Using one-time events exclusively may work well for a make-it-up-as-you-go custody situation, but most custody agreements will require some kind of repeating schedule.