In this article you will learn:

  1. What is a calendar

  2. Where and how to add a new calendar

  3. What information you need to set up a calendar

  4. What happens next

1. What is a calendar

  • A calendar determines which days of the year will be public holidays and/or company vacations. These non-working days can be taken into account when calculating the availability of team members

  • Several calendars can be assigned to each resource

  • The days included in a calenar reduce the working hours specified in the working time model

  • Calendars can also be assigned to projects. If a project calendar is set for a project, the non-working days are considered when calculating the task duration

  • A calendar can only be created by organization Admins.

2. Where and how to create a new calendar

There are two ways to create a calendar:

1. Add a new calendar:

  • Navigate to your organization

  • Click on the tab Calendar

  • Click on the button Add new calendar

  • Click on Add new calendar

  • Enter the name of the new calendar

  • Click on the dates in the calendar, enter the names of the holidays and click on Add day

  • Click on Add to calendar

2. Use an existing holiday model as template :

  • Navigate to your organization

  • Click on the tab Calendar

  • Click on the button Add new calendar

  • Click on Select existing model

  • Click on the calendar you want to use as a template

  • Enter the name of the new calendar

  • Click on the dates in the calendar, enter the names of the holidays and click on Add day

  • To remove a holiday from the template select it and click on Remove holiday

  • Click on Add to calendar

3. What information you need to set up a calendar

  • A meaningful name for the calendar

  • Dates of the holidays

  • Names of the holidays

  • Don't worry, you can edit all the information at any time later

4. What happens next

  • Assign calendars to resources

  • Assign calendars to projects

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