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Add your Shooting Schedule to Your Call Sheet
Add your Shooting Schedule to Your Call Sheet

Learn how to easily spin off call sheets after finalizing your shooting schedule (stripboard).

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Written by Shant Kiraz
Updated over a week ago

Are you looking to quickly add your shooting schedule scenes to your call sheet?

To avoid typing out your entire shooting schedule again in your call sheet, follow these steps to automatically create your call sheet. Simply add your Day Breaks to your stripboard, then add your shooting schedule for each day to a call sheet.

Step 1 — Click the Create Call Sheet button

On your Stripboards page, add a Day Break then click the Create Call Sheet button.

Step 2 — Customize your call sheet

Now continue creating your call sheet like you normally would. If you want to change the shoot day, click the dropdown.

Step 3 — Select the day

Inside the dropdown, select a different day if needed, then click Next and select a call sheet layout. With the layout selected click Create Call Sheet.

I had to update my shooting schedule but noticed that my call sheet schedule didn't update. Why?

If you decide to make changes to your schedule (after creating the call sheet), it will not automatically update your call sheet. This is because the schedule and call sheet are not in-sync. That said, you can use the Import Schedules button on the Design page of the call sheet builder to import the updated schedule to the call sheet.

Remove the current schedule strips from the call sheet and then click Import Schedules and select the schedule you would like to import.

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