On occasion, you might find your Schedulista account dashboard not working in its normal fashion. Typically, this is related to changes in your internet browser or in browser extensions and/or plugins.
Using a private window can help determine this.
You can also use a private window to check if pages on your Schedulista account are cached in your browser, potentially causing functionality issues.
Internet browsers use extensions and/or plugins in the background to run various features used on websites or make the loading of various elements on a website easier.
While these are designed to be helpful, sometimes new updates to a browser can make some extensions or plugins incompatible, or updates to the extensions or plugins can prove incompatible with certain functionality on various websites, including Schedulista.
Using a private window
As a first step for troubleshooting, we recommend opening a private window for your browser. A private window treats the browser like the first time it was installed with no extensions or plugins running.
Using a private window can help determine if the issue is with an extension/plugin or if something is not working properly within Schedulista itself. Extensions and plugins can be disabled if needed.
Opening private windows in various browsers
Each of the most widely used internet browsers refers to a private window in a different way. Below is how you can open a window in the various browsers.
Google Chrome - Incognito window
Click on the three vertical dot button in the upper right of your browser to open the options menu. Select New incognito window from the menu.
You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-N.
Mozilla Firefox - Private window
Click on the three line ("hamburger") button in the upper right to open the options menu. Select New Private Window from the menu.
You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-P.
Microsoft Edge - InPrivate window
Click on the three horizontal dots button in the upper right to open the options menu. Select New InPrivate Window from the menu.
The keyboard shortcut for Edge is also Ctrl-Shift-P.
Apple Safari - Private browsing
Click on File in the top menu bar. Select New Private Window from the menu.
The keyboard shortcut is Command-Shift-N.
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