When you register, you’ll need to create a username. You’ll need to input your email address, First Name, Last Name and password. It will also ask for your clock preference. This is so you can have the correct clock, no matter where in the world you are using Easy Call Sheets.
You will always sign up for a free 14-day trial. If you want to sign up for the paid version, just register for the trail then you can go to your profile page and sign up for the paid account.
Types of Accounts:
There are 2 types of accounts with Easy Call Sheets:
14-day Trial – You get 14 days to play around with Easy Call Sheets and get a feel for it. It is a fully-functioning trial. Once you’re trial is up, you can upgrade your account to the paid version for only $10/month.
Paid Membership – For only $10/month, you’ll have unlimited access to Easy Call Sheets and all the features it offers: Unlimited Call Sheets, Send Unlimited PDF Attachments, Priority Support, Archive Unlimited Old Call Sheets, Add Map & Streetview Preview to Locations, Easy & Detailed Schedule Input, Customize Call Times Per Person, Send Custom Notes to Recipients, Preview Call Sheets Before Sending.
When logging in, you can login using either the username you setup or your email. Then, you’ll need to put in your password.
If you need to reset your password, click on the “Lost your password” button and put in your email or username to be sent an password reset link.
Personalizing Your Account:
Once you’re logged in, go to the dropdown menu next to your name and select “Edit Your Profile.” Here you will be able to edit your profile settings.
TIP: By default, if you don’t put a Company Name in the box, when you send out your call sheets, the sender name will be “Easy Call Sheets.” If you put your name or your company name in the Company Name box, when you send our your call sheets, the sender name will be whatever your put in the Company Name’s box.
Upgrading Your Account:
Once you’re logged in, go to the dropdown menu next to your name and select “Your Membership.” Here you will be able to view and upgrade your membership to the paid membership.
Creating Call Sheets:
Now comes the easiest part, to create a call sheet, all you do is click “Create New Call Sheet.” Then, you’ll be guided through the process of creating your call sheet.
If you need to stop working on a call sheet, you can click the “Save Draft” button and it will bring you back to your project list and save the call sheet you were working on.
If you need to jump to a certain page of your call sheet, click on the page name above the call sheet creator to jump to that page.
If you need to attach PDF files, such as scripts or paperwork, you can do son on the “Customize” page. Each PDF file is limited to 2MB in size. This is because most email services will only receive 20mb worth of file attachments.
Ready to send your call sheet? On the call sheet “Preview” page, just click “Send Call Sheet” and it will send the call sheet to each recipient you put and whatever PDF files you attached to each recipient.
Archiving and Cloning Call Sheets:
You’ll notice two buttons next to your call sheets: Archive and Clone.
Archive – Clicking this button will bring up a popup that will allow you to archive the call sheet. In the popup, you’ll be given a choice to input a link to the finished project, if you want to share it with your actors or crew. If you don’t check any of your cast or crew, you can just archive it. From here, you can also delete your call sheet. You’ll need to put in your account password to confirm the deletion.
Clone – Exactly what it sounds like. By clicking this, it will clone the call sheet. This is very handy if you do a lot of the same kinds of shoots and don’t want to put in the same information every time.
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