Is there a limit to how many you can accept? I got 4 emails yesterday, all at once, and replied that I could do 3 of the shops. I was assigned 2 of the 3. I thought maybe someone else got the 3rd one until I noticed that it is still on the page today. I know I could accept it on the page, but it is not bonused there.
Okay, your title is MF Autoscheduler, then you describe a situation that has nothing to do with auto-scheduling.
If you got an email you weren't involved with auto-scheduling. They often do limit how many shops a person can do. The auto scheduler will hide from your list shops you aren't able to do if they conflict with shops already on your job list.
My emails said they were from "Auto-Scheduler" so that is where I got that from. I was offered 4 separate shops, in 4 separate emails from this same "Auto-Scheduler." I sent back that I could do 3 of them, answering each separate email. I got the confirmation for 2 of the 3 and the 3rd is still listed when I pull up the MF listing of shops for my area. I could take it on that site, for half the money. Sorry if I didn't explain this clear enough. I do understand the auto assign and that is what I think you might have meant.
It's certainly possible there is a limit. Why don't you contact the Help Desk and ask them directly? The limits, if there is one, can vary by client.
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I guess I'm not familiar with the term Auto Scheduler as it applies to Market Force. I thought you were talking about self-assigning, where you click that you want it and it is automatically assigned to you without human intervention. Shops you can't do will disappear from the job board you see.
I don't know why they would use that term for something that requires a human to assign it after you accept an email offer. I never read their emails so I guess I haven't encountered that yet.
Hope the help desk can give you an answer. Let us know what they say.
You will need to learn to not stress about the little things like this. Otherwise you will have a very short MSing career. And don't waste your time trying to figure out what is inside the "head" of a MSC or the client. But glad it worked out in this case.