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Workcycles - settings

You may want to read the "What is a workcycle" article available here first.

> You can set workcycles up in the dedicated interface which can be accessed through the "ADMIN" menu (upper-right corner). 

 

Creating a new workcycle

In order to create a new workcycle, first click on the "New workcycle" button on the left side of the screen, then define in the modal dialogue box that popped up :

- its name, which can be translated ;

- its time unit (days, hours or schedules) - more information can be found here

- the legal entities it is attached to - more information can be found here

- a pattern model - more information to be read here

 

Editing a workcycle

The shape of the interaction depends upon the workcycle's time unit :

- in days, a click on a half-day will simply toggle between "off" (grey) and "worked" (white) ;

- in hours, a half-day is considered "worked" once a working time is entered. Click the cross icon will empty the field, thus defining the relevant half day as "off".

- in schedules, a half day is considered "worked" once a working schedule is entered (starting and ending hours).

N.B. : you may not have access to all these different units. As a matter of fact, you will only be able to handle units supported by the applications installed on your instance.

Besides, you can also shorten or lengthen the pattern or rearrange days / weeks (drag and drop).

 

Archiving a workcycle

You can permanently remove a workcycle once no user is using it by clicking on the "Remove" button next to the workcycle name (once selected).

 

Moving users between workcycles

You can move users from the selected workcycle to another one through the right sidebar. First select the relevant users, then choose another workcycle in the combo box and a starting date.

 

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