You'll notice that when creating a new slot on the scheduler, you have the option of selecting a Show, a Playlist of a Pilot, or even more than one of these, or all of them. In this section we'll take a look at what this means for your station and how you can take advantage of it.
In case you have scheduled more than one items on the same slot, these items come in effect following a certain order of precedence, if the previous item fails. This order goes from the most specific to the most generic, i.e. Show, Playlist, Pilot.
Let's see an example. Say you've scheduled a Show, a Playlist and a Pilot. If you fail to log in on Radiojar to do your show, then the Playlist will start. If the playlist's duration is less than the the scheduled slot, then the Pilot will take over when the Playlist finishes playing (if the Pilot finishes playing too before the slot is over, then the radio station's default Pilot will kick in).