How do I add summer break?

  

1. Select the profile tab (bottom right tab). 

2. Choose the child with whom you want set up your parenting schedule.  You can apply this schedule to all children in a later step.

3. Select the “Parenting Schedule” icon.

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Press the orange (+) in the upper right hand corner.

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Click on “Summer break” and press “Select” for the summer break template. 

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Press “Ok” if you want to set up a summer break parenting schedule. This schedule will override any parenting schedule previously created during the specific time period selected for summer break.

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Click “Skip” if you want to manually add a summer break period of possession.

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You can drag your finger to choose a summer break period of possession.

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To set up your summer break template you must first select whether you are the custodial or non-custodial parent. 

  • Click the info circle for custodial and non-custodial definitions solely used for the purposes of this app. Turn the button on if you are the custodial parent. Turn the button off if you are the non-custodial parent.  

Fill in all the fields. You can then apply the created custom schedule to all children.  

You will then have the option to share it with your co-parent.

You will also have the option to “Repeat” the possession period entered.

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Once you are finished creating this summer break schedule press the “Add” button. 

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Click “Yes” if you would like to send the summer break schedule created to the other co-parent. 

*If you are the "Custodial" parent and share this summer break schedule with the other co-parent, he/she will receive your summer break schedule in reverse as the non-custodial parent.  

*If you are the "Non-custodial" parent and share this summer break schedule with the other co-parent, he/she will receive your summer break schedule in reverse as the custodial parent.  

The other co-parent must agree to accept your summer break schedule in order for it to be applied and viewed in his/her AppClose parenting schedule.

Once your co-parent accepts your schedule, the schedule will be added to his/her AppClose parenting schedule as stated above.

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If you would like to accept this summer break parenting schedule you will need to select the child(ren) to whom this parenting schedule applies and then click “Merge.”

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If you choose to accept your co-parent’s summer break schedule this will override any parenting schedule you currently have in place for that specific time period.  Once you accept a summer break schedule, you will be able to see the summer break periods of possession created by your co-parent on your AppClose calendar.  Your periods of possession will be indicated with green circles.

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If you share the summer break schedule you created with your co-parent, you will be able to see the summer break periods of possession on your AppClose calendar for your co-parent.

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How do I add a summer break period of possession for one parent inside of a summer break period of possession for the other parent?  

*Example: Non-custodial parent has extended summer possession of the child from June 3- June16 and the custodial parent has a weekend period of possession inside and outside of non-custodial parent’s extended summer period of possession.

Use the summer break template to create the non-custodial parent’s extended summer period of possession.  Select “custodial” before saving. (i.e. Non-custodial parent’s extended summer period of possession of July 1- July 31)

Use the custom schedule template to create the custodial parent’s weekend summer periods of possession inside and/or outside of the non-custodial parent’s extended summer period of possession. Do NOT select “Custodial” in this circumstance and enable the “Override this time period” option.  Click “Add” to save this period of possession to your parenting calendar.  (i.e. Custodial parent’s July 13-15 weekend) 

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