Being able to search RS10 for and sort locations based on the county or council they are in is a helpful feature for location scouts and producers. Since county borders are sometimes adjusted, and because you may need to add new counties to your RS10 platform, RS10 allows admins to edit, add, and delete the counties in their system.
To begin, first access the Admin module by clicking the appropriate icon on the main menu bar.
Select Counties from the Admin sub-menu.
The Counties page is organized alphabetically by default. The number of locations associated with each is in the parentheses to the right of the County/Council name.
County names are important to both location and crew listings. By selecting Crew from the drop-down menu at the top right-hand portion of the Counties/Councils page, you can view Crew locations, as well as the number of listings associated with each area.
1. Editing Counties/Councils
Choose whether you wish to edit a county in the crew or location listings.
To edit a County/Council, click the Edit (pencil) icon on the right-hand side of the screen.
The county name will appear in a changeable field. Enter the new name of the county, and click the check mark on the right-hand side of the screen to save your changes. The “X” can be clicked to continue browsing counties without saving any edits.
2. Adding a New County/Council
Choose whether you wish to add a new county to the crew or location listings.
New counties can be added to your RS10 system by entering the name into the Add County/Council field at the top of the page. When you have finished entering the county, click the plus sign (+).
The county that you have added can now be seen on your Counties/Councils list.
3. Deleting Cities/Towns
Choose whether you wish to delete a county from the crew or location listings.
To remove a county or council from your RS10 system, click on the Delete (trashcan) icon next to the one you wish to erase.
Follow the confirmation step, or click Cancel to return to browsing cities and towns without any changes being made.