To change the working hours of an employee on a specific day, follow these steps:
Related article: Edit Work Hours on the Calendar - Web Version
Go to the preferred day on the employee's calendar, select a time slot, and then tap Edit Working Hours.
Tap Open to select the start time. Tap Close to select the end time.
Select a time, then tap Done.
Select the Apply to All option to set it as a recurring event. For example, if you selected to edit the working hours of an employee's Friday schedule, this option changes the hours for all Fridays and not just for that single Friday.
Tap Save. The update is immediate once you save the hours.
So if I go to a particular date on the calendar and change my working hours, and select "all Tuesdays" it will only effect the ones from the date I am editing forward? It's unclear in the wording. I am implementing new hours starting Jan 1, 2014, so I could go to Jan 1 and make changes selecting "all" and it will not effect the rest of December, yes? Just want to be sure so I don't have to go back and change everything again!
Is there a way of setting up the calendar so that it only shows certain hours. Like 8am to 8pm and not the rest of the day.
I want to be able to edit working hours for special hours. For example, I have to close for maint. Friday to Sunday only for this weekend. How do I do that?
Hi Irma. I recommend creating a personal task on the calendar. This allows you to schedule time off for a specific event or task.
You can disable online booking during the time frame a personal task is set and create recurring tasks, repeating them daily, weekly, monthly or yearly. You can also select an end date for the task.
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If I work 4 hrs in the morning and 4 hours in the evening is the away to set that as my working day. How would I edit and set my work hours for this kind of schedule?
Hi Enrick... I'd go with the response just before your question and use Personal Tasks. Set your working hours for the full time that includes the morning and evening hours, and then set a daily Personal Task to block the time in between. You can set the task to repeat daily for as long as you like (or have no end date) and use the "Note" task type to show that you don't work during those hours. If things change, you can edit or delete the task (one or all repeats.)
See the Managing Personal Tasks article for more.
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