Archived How to pre-tie. Help please.

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So I'm kind of covering my plano tl for a week and before he left, he told me to pre-tie the upcoming transition on monday and that there should be a list on workbench.

First. Can someone tell me what pre-tieing is for and where do I find the list/report to pre-tie? Also, how do I find out what aisile to tie it to or will it say on the report?
 
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Go to online planogram, find your Plano number. You can do it with a PDA or workbench to tie it. Please use the map to make & find your tie.
 
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There's a pre-tie calendar found on workbench (I believe it's under sales floor) that tells you what departments need to be pre-tied each week.

Make sure to use the newest adjacency map to determine which planogram goes on which aisle. To pre-tie go to online planogram. Select the department. Select the planogram and choose pre-tie from the drop down menu. Select the aisle, section, and if it is standard or reverse. Then click pre-tie on the bottom.
 
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There's a pre-tie calendar found on workbench (I believe it's under sales floor) that tells you what departments need to be pre-tied each week.

Make sure to use the newest adjacency map to determine which planogram goes on which aisle. To pre-tie go to online planogram. Select the department. Select the planogram and choose pre-tie from the drop down menu. Select the aisle, section, and if it is standard or reverse. Then click pre-tie on the bottom.

Thanks that really helped. As for adjacency map, how do you tell if its the newest or not?
 
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the date in the corner. but sometimes they don't send a new map if it's not a dept wide change. best bet is to mysupport and request a new map if you can't find one with an upcoming date or have questions.
 
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You can pre-tie using the PDA as well, I believe. Same method in sflm as if you we're tying a normal pog, but I think you just select P for pre-tie instead. Using online planogram is more efficient if you have a large number of pogs to pre-tie, though.
 
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