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Working Time Calendar

As of v7.3.


  • Week schedule (weekdays can have different schedule);
  • Working day exceptions (e.g. working weekends, days with a non-standard schedule);
  • Non-working day exceptions (leaves, holidays, etc.).

Admin users and regular users that have access to the Working Time Calendar scope (via Roles) can manage working time calendars.

Working Time Calendars can be accessed from:

  • Calendar page > top-right dropdown menu > Working Time Calendars;
  • Administration > Working Time Calendars (in the Data panel).

A working Time Calendar record can be:

  • Selected as a system default (Administration > System > Working Time Calendar);
  • Selected for a team (will be applied to user through the Default Team);
  • Selected for a specific user.

A Working Time Calendar record defines:

  • Time zone;
  • Workday schedule (working time ranges);
  • Week schedule (what weekdays are working, every weekday can have a different schedule).

A Working Time Exception record applies custom working time for a specific day range for specific users or for a whole calendar. It can define non-working days or working days with a custom time schedule.


  • Holidays for a whole team. Create an Exception record related to the Working Time Calendar with the type Non-working.
  • A leave for a specific user (employee). Create an Exception record related to the User (through the Users field) with the type Non-working.
  • A working Saturday. Create a one-day Exception with the type Working.
  • A working day with a shortened time schedule. Create a one-day Exception with the type Working, with a custom Schedule.

Non-working days having a different background color:


Non-working timeslots:

Calendar agenda

The Timeline has non-working ranges with a different background color:


Formula functions

  • ext\workingTime\addWorkingDays(DATE, DAYS) – adds working days, the result will be a date-time pointing at the beginning of the day (00:00) in a corresponding time zone;
  • ext\workingTime\findClosestWorkingTime(DATE) – finds the beginning of the next closest working time slot;
  • ext\workingTime\getSummedWorkingHours(FROM, TO) – get a total number of working hours between two dates;
  • ext\workingTime\getWorkingDays(FROM, TO) – get a number of working days between two dates;
  • ext\workingTime\hasWorkingTime(FROM, TO) – whether a date range contains any working time;
  • ext\workingTime\isWorkingDay(DATE_OR_DATETIME) – whether a date falls into a working day.

Functions can be applied for the default calendar, user calendar or team calendar. An entity type ( 'User' or 'Team') and an entity ID can be passed to all workingTime functions as the last two arguments.